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During his close of Wednesday night’s debate, Vivek Ramaswamy put Iowa centerstage. The political outsider and businessman’s final words of the night focused on the climate change hoax and carbon capture pipelines.

Ramaswamy called it “one of the most important topics that needs to be discussed.”

“The climate change agenda is a hoax because it has nothing to do with the climate,” he said. “Yet against that backdrop, there’s an issue coming up in Iowa, it’s core to Iowa farmers. I met Kim Junker, Kathy Stockdale and other farmers who are about to have a carbon capture pipeline built across their land using eminent domain to do it. That’s unconstitutional and it’s wrong. And if you thought COVID was bad, what’s coming with this climate agenda is far worse. we should not be bending the knee to this new religion, that is what it is. It is a substitute for a modern religion. We are flogging ourselves and losing our modern way of life, bowing to this new god of climate and that will end on my watch.”

Ramaswamy hosted an event last Friday in Des Moines during which he spoke for 45 minutes against the climate change hoax and eminent domain for the carbon capture pipeline scam.

He allowed about 10 other Iowans to take the stage and speak on various parts of the issue as well.


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