South Asian Candidate Rejects Claims Racism Is Why He Is Losing Race For Prime Minister

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Rishi Sunak, candidate to become Britain's next prime minister and Conservative party leader, attends a campaign event in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, on July 29, 2022. - The Conservative leadership election result will be announced on September 5. (Photo by PETER NICHOLLS / POOL / AFP) (Photo by PETER NICHOLLS/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Rishi Sunak, a South Asian candidate for the next British Prime Minister, is currently losing the race. He denies that he is being held back by racism.

Despite claims to the contrary Rishi Sunak has rejected any suggestion that he is losing the race for the post of Prime Minister in the United Kingdom because of racism.

Sunak, who is Indian-American, was originally the favorite to win the race for Boris Johnson’s Conservative (Tory Party) Party leadership and, therefore, Prime Minister. But, he has now fallen behind Liz Truss, his last opponent.

However, according to The Telegraph, the notion that Sunak is losing the race because of some racist disposition within The Conservative Party is false.

Rami Ranger (a Tory donor and wealthy Indian-born member of House of Lords) claimed last week that Britain would be viewed as racist if it rejected Sunak in favor of Truss.

Although racism is not likely to be a factor in Sunak’s performance in the polls’, factors like the ex-Chancellor of the Exchequer’s past friendship towards Communist China and his ties with the World Economic Forum (WEF) may.

For many Conservative Party voters Liz Truss might not be as appealing, since the ex-Liberal Democrat and Remain campaigner has her own ties with the globalist oligarchy.

Both candidates have been consistent in their support of climate alarmist policies like Net Zero. They have also served at high levels within a Conservative Party government that allowed far left gender ideology to flourish within state and medical institutions, despite both claiming they will now take on the woke mob.

Truss, Sunak and others have both pledged to expand schemes to deport illegal migrants from Britain – despite the fact that the Tories have imported record numbers of legal migrants to the United Kingdom, while failing to implement their central anti-illegal migration Rwanda transfer scheme.