RINO former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie walked into buzzsaw during the first GOP Presidential debate.
Vivek Ramaswamy delivered the decisive blow.
And Vivek Ramaswamy destroyed Chris Christie with one truth bomb about Donald Trump.
Ramaswamy was the only candidate forcefully committed to pardoning Donald Trump if the Democrat’s lawfare campaign succeeds.
Christie used this question to again tear into Donald Trump as an immoral criminal only motivated by relitigating the 2020 election.
Ramaswamy immediately fired back telling Christie that he believed Trump was the best President of the 21st century and that Christie’s complaints about Trump being motivated by “vengeance and grievance” might hold some water if Christie’s own campaign wasn’t solely motivated by “vengeance and grievance” against Trump.
“I’d like to respond. Let’s speak the truth, okay? President Trump I believe was the best President of the 21st century. It is a fact. And Chris Christie, honest to god your claim Donald Trump is motivated by vengeance and grievance would be a lot more credible if your entire campaign were not based on vengeance and grievance against one man,” Ramaswamy began.
Ramaswamy blasted Christie as just another mindless Trump Derangement Syndrome suffering hater and that every Republican should pledge to end the weaponization of the government where Democrats use the police to jail political opponents.
“And if people at home want to see a bunch of people blindly bashing Donald Trump without an iota of vision for this country, they can change the channel to MSNBC right now but I’m not running for president of MSNBC. I’m running for president of the United States. We’re skating on thin ice and we cannot set a precedent where the party in power uses police force to indict its political opponents. It is wrong. We have to end the weaponization of justice in this country,” Ramaswamy declared.
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Chris Christie swaggered on to the debate stage with the reputation of being a fearsome prosecutor who knows how to rip the face off his opponents on a debate stage.
But on this night, he met his match.