‘Jesus, be careful…’ Ominous exchange between former FBI agent and Ramaswamy raises red flags

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy met with a former FBI agent on the campaign trail in Iowa who seemed to warn him about security after he threatened to dismantle the agency.

“I met a former FBI agent and his wife on the campaign trail here in Iowa. They agree with me: we need to root out the corruption & shut down the FBI. At the local level, we have police & prosecutors. At the federal level, we have U.S. marshals & the DOJ. An intermediary bureaucracy is rife with risk for politicized corruption & it’s been happening since J. Edgar Hoover in the 60s,” Ramaswamy wrote on X.

Ramaswamy spoke with the former FBI agent who expressed his support for the candidate and voiced overwhelming concern for his safety.

TPUSA Founder and CEO Charlie Kirk asked a stunning question on X after the exchange between the two men, “At a campaign stop in Iowa, Vivek Ramaswamy is approached and warned by a former FBI agent who worked in counter intelligence: ‘Jesus, be careful… I’d get some very, very competent help, some very competent people to do intelligence work for you before you went places.’ Is this man warning Vivek he’s in danger because of the FBI?”

Ramaswamy answered the man telling him “I know, I will. We are guided by our purpose. I know it can get ugly.”

The man kept telling the young Republican to be careful. He seemed extremely concerned for Ramaswamy.

The outspoken conservative candidate wants to eliminate the FBI as well as the Department of Education, IRS, ATF, CDC, and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

“I don’t think reform of that agency is actually possible,” Ramaswamy said in September according to The Columbus Dispatch. “I think you have to shut it down.”

Regarding the plan to eliminate the FBI, Ramaswamy declared that he would “fire 20,000 employees deemed to be in non-essential roles and send 15,000 to the U.S. Marshals Service, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network at the U.S. Department of the Treasury,” according to the Associated Press.

Part of the problem when you have a bureaucracy that runs the state is that they find things to do that they shouldn’t have been doing in the first place,” he added.

Users on X were also very concerned for Ramaswamy’s safety:

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