In the recent survey for the US presidential election, Donald Trump remains the first choice of the people. This shocking survey was shared by Trump only. According to this, Indian-origin businessman Vivek Ramaswamy is at number two. Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy has revealed what would be the first thing he would do if elected as the next US President in 2024. Ramaswamy claimed that the protesters who were jailed on January 6, 2020, were protesting peacefully. Significantly, there were more than 1000 arrests in this demonstration. The Biden administration blamed Donald Trump for this.
Vivek Ramaswamy, the Republican candidate for the US presidential election, says, “America now has a two-tier justice system. Cows roam free while peaceful protestors on 6th January are jailed. Biden’s ‘Department of Injustice’ has made over 1,000 arrests for non-violent crimes related to January 6, contrary to the basic tenets of justice and our legal system.”
In a statement, Ramaswamy said, “To unite this country, I commit as president to pardon all Americans who were the target of politicized federal prosecutions and were denied due process. This includes all of the peaceful, non-violent protesters of January 6 who were denied their constitutional rights.”
It is noteworthy that on January 6, 2020, when Biden won over Donald Trump, Trump supporters entered the US Capitol City and created a ruckus. More than 2,000 people were estimated to have participated in the riot. In this case, Trump is accused of inciting people to riot after his defeat. The mob stormed the Capitol following a speech by Trump, who was speaking at a rally just blocks from the Capitol grounds, according to the Biden administration. In his speech, Trump claimed fraud in the election and called on then-Vice President Mike Pence to overturn the results.
The riots led to the largest police investigation in American history, in which hundreds of people were charged with criminal offenses. Ramaswamy said he would end the weaponization of police power in the US and said that every Republican candidate should be clear on tough issues.
He said that although he expected to be the party’s nominee for the November 2024 US elections, he would vote for Trump if the former president secured the nomination. He also expressed his intention to pardon Trump, who is currently facing a number of legal challenges.