Biotech executive Vivek Ramaswamy is disappointed in fellow Republican presidential candidates’ response to the Colorado Supreme Court ruling that disqualified former President Donald Trump from appearing on the state’s presidential primary ballot for 2024.

Speaking with Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo on Sunday, Ramaswamy said that he was disappointed in his fellow GOP contenders for not reacting to the ruling as strongly as he did.

“It’s an unconstitutional and flagrant violation of the way we conduct elections in this country, Maria. This is not the way we do things in the United States of America. ‘We the people’ are the ones who select our leaders, not unelected cabals of Democrat judges and back offices,” he stated.

Speaking about his decision to remove himself from the ballot if Trump is not included, Ramaswamy explained that “If every Republican in the Colorado GOP primary also says ‘we’re not participating,’ then this blatant act of election interference has no impact.”

“So, I wanted to lead by example to say that if they are going to forcibly remove Trump’s name from that ballot, then I would voluntarily remove myself too, and called on Chris Christie and Nikki Haley and Ron DeSantis to do the same thing,” he said.

He was, however, disappointed to be met with “radio silence or worse from those other candidates who said they wanted to collect their delegates.”

After the state’s Supreme Court’s ruling last week, Ramaswamy made a video statement condemning the ruling.

In a lengthy post on X, he also slammed the ruling, which he called an “actual attack on democracy.”

“Having tried every trick in the book to eliminate President Trump from running in this election, the bipartisan Establishment is now deploying a new tactic to bar him from ever holding office again: the 14th Amendment. I pledge to *withdraw* from the Colorado GOP primary unless Trump is also allowed to be on the state’s ballot,” he wrote.

He also urged other candidates, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to “do the same immediately.”

While the other three also condemned the ruling at different times, they stopped short of committing to remove themselves from the ballot in solidarity with the GOP front runner. According to DeSantis, that would be playing to the left.