The 2018 elections will be incredibly important to President Trump.
A total of 468 seats will be up for grabs in 2018 – 33 Senate seats and all 435 seats in the House need to be filled – and it could be a bloodbath.
And there is a prolific inventor, entrepreneur and Trump supporter who is planning on upsetting Elizabeth Warren and taking her Senate seat.
The Democratic Senator from Massachusetts is one of the leading contenders to run against President Trump in 2020.
But before she reaches that date, she’ll need to take on a genius.
Shiva Ayyadurai is a brainy inventor who immigrated with his family to the United States from Bombay, (now Mumbai) India in 1969.
So essentially it will be a showdown between a fake Native American Indian and an American who immigrated from India in 2018.
Ayyadurai’s main contribution to the world is the invention of “email” – yes, that necessary communication that billions of people use multiple times a day.
But after making boatloads of money with email, he didn’t stop there. Ayyadurai contributed more to America’s ingenuity by starting up more businesses – so it makes sense that he identifies with Donald Trump.
And now, thankfully, he’s coming for Warren’s seat.
Shiva Ayyadurai, the man who is credited with inventing email among several other life-improving creations such as EchoMail, Systems Health, and CytoSolve, has announced that he is challenging Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) for her seat in the 2018 elections.
“I consider myself an embodiment of the American dream: an all-American Indian,” Ayyadurai told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview shortly after he launched his campaign.
He went on to say, “Massachusetts ignited the American Revolution. Now, we need to fight for the American dream.
That victory will only be possible if we dialogue and educate each other to solve problems, together, as Americans.”
Ayyadurai landed in America on his 7th birthday in 1970.
At age 14, while working as a Research Fellow at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) in Newark, NJ, he created the first electronic system that replicated the old-fashioned paper-based interoffice mail system (inbox, outbox, folders, address book, attachments, etc.), which he named ‘email.’
Ayyadurai went on to receive the first U.S. copyright for his invention on August 30, 1982, recognizing him as the inventor of email.
At the time, copyright was the only way to protect software inventions. His work and documents are displayed in the Smithsonian.
He recalled the discrimination he and his family suffered under India’s caste system, a harrowing experience he says has shaped him into who he is today.
“Those experiences inspired me to be fighter for those who suffered injustices. It also inspired me to use science and engineering to invent solutions that solved real problems,” Ayyadurai said.
He criticized Warren for her divisive and irrational approach, which he said, “…is leading us nowhere.
My whole life has been about fighting for the truth while creating tangible solutions to real problems across the fields of communication, health, education, governance and commerce.”
“Engineering is about finding solutions with a commitment to ongoing refinement. That’s what engineering training teaches you.” Ayyadurai said.
He suggested that politicians like Warren have “no idea that governance is about solving complex systems problems. Irrational outbursts create drama and only serve to generate advertising dollars for the mainstream media (MSM). People are tired of this partisan nonsense and elitism.”
Ayyadurai said his decision to run for Senate was about timing. He had never registered to vote until last year, when he voted for Trump.
“I saw Trump as a necessary force to disrupt a broken system that was no longer serving the American people,” he told Breitbart News.
“I’ve always had a deep distaste, since 1984, for both Republicans and Democrats.” He said he’d initially shown some interest in the Democratic Party, but he broke from them that year, after Jesse Jackson, like Bernie Sanders, sold out the populist movement.
“Trump never sold out his movement,” he said.
We need more job creators and inventors in government right now because outsiders with a different outlook on success and progress will be America’s best shot at fixing a broken system.