(USNewsMag.com) – Vivek Ramaswamy, a contender for the Republican presidential nomination, was a guest on Megyn Kelly’s show to address the recent rumors that his April 19 conversation with Don Lemon may have been the tipping point for CNN’s executives.
During her show on April 25, Kelly asked Ramaswamy what he thought about speculation that CNN’s choice to fire Lemon could have resulted from his interview. His response was that he believed it was. In the overall scheme of things, he considers it to be a good result.
During the course of the interview, Lemon launched an assault on Ramaswamy regarding his speech that was given at the National Rifle Association’s yearly meeting on April 15. It was Ramaswamy’s description of the laws to control gun possession regarding slaves who were emancipated that ended up being an attempt to deny their rights. The Democrat Party, he claimed, desired to re-enslave black people.
Ramaswamy said that he intends to make everything regarding the interview very clear. It all boils down to the goals that the company has set out to accomplish. Don Lemon is an absolutely great host for CNN to employ if the network’s aim is to propagate a woke leftist agenda. This allows the network to tell individuals they can’t talk because of their skin color, and it allows the network to cut off guests from giving their opinions. It does symbolize the leftist perspective that prevails in America at the present time.
According to reports, CNN officials cited Lemon’s Ramaswamy conflict as the deciding factor in their ruling to terminate his employment at the network. CNN’s President, Chris Licht, is making it a priority to reduce the amount of left-leaning politics on the network and is now assessing the on-air star’s ability to adjust to the new direction of the network.
According to Ramaswamy, if CNN’s goal is to present a variety of viewpoints on air, then the network cannot have hosts stop their guests from expressing an idea without first considering race or skin color.
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