Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy joins the first bipartisan crypto presidential forum organized by the Stand with Crypto Alliance at St. Anselm College in Manchester, NH.
You want to, I think you said uh end the assault on freedom to cope. How exactly do you do that as president? So where's that assault coming from? It's coming from the regulatory state that reports into the US president, believe it or not, you wouldn't know that today. But right now, I don't, I don't spend a lot of time criticizing Biden because I don't really even see him really as operating as the president of the United States. I think he's a puppet for and, and Republicans. It's not that different too. Most of them at least are puppets of the managerial class in that administrative bureaucracy, right? So I don't intend to operate as a pup. Article two of the constitution says that there is one president, the executive power of the United States shall be vested in a president. That's what it says. And so I don't believe in 100 different executive branches each operating on their own island under the so called guise of independence. Independence is really just a code word for lack of accountability. So I will direct all agencies to immediately cease enforcing any regulation that fails the Supreme Court's test in West Virginia versus EPA will have an ombudsman in every agency who shares the Supreme Court's understanding of that to be able to go through and rescind. What will almost certainly be a overwhelming majority of those federal regulations. Day one enforcement ceases and within the first few months will have rescinded every one of those regulations that Congress never passed. Those are the regulations that are being used to effectively go after individual actors. And so as president, I run the executive branch and we will cease executing any of those regulations that are themselves unconstitutional.