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Hirsh Vardhan Singh, of Indian Descent, Throws Hat in the Ring for 2024 US Presidential Race

Engineer Hirsh Vardhan Singh, who hails from India, has declared that he would run for the nomination of the Republican party’s presidential candidate in the election that will take place in America in the following year.

After Nikki Haley and Vivek Ramaswamy, Singh is the third Indian-born Republican politician to join the campaign for the presidency, following in the footsteps of Vivek Ramaswamy.

In a video statement that was uploaded to Twitter, Singh introduced himself as a “lifelong Republican and an America-first Constitution carrying and pro-life conservative.” Singh also said that he was “pro-life.”

According to the man, who is 38 years old, the United States is in grave danger due to the dishonest practises of both the technology and pharmaceutical industries, “which have relentlessly attacked” the liberties of its residents. He said that pharmaceutical corporations were generating enormous profits via their collaboration with the government to “compel everyone to take their experimental vaccines.”

Additionally, Singh referred to himself as the “only pureblood candidate” due to the fact that he “never gave in to the Covid vaccinations.” According to Singh, he was also a leader in the rallies against mandatory vaccines.

He referred to the country’s 45th president, Donald Trump, as “undoubtedly the greatest president” of his lifetime, but he said that the nation “needs more.” He said that he had the vitality and the technological expertise necessary to steer the United States of America into the future.

Singh participated in the Republican primary election for the governorship of New Jersey in both 2017 and 2021. Both in 2018 and 2020, he attempted to obtain the party nomination for a seat in the House of Representatives but was ultimately unsuccessful.

Jonathan James
Jonathan James
I serve as a Senior Executive Journalist of The National Era
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