UPDATE: Here is the livestream:
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang wants to give everybody $1k per month, he tells Detroit crowd https://t.co/VJzyAdIC2r— Muskegon Chronicle (@MuskegonChron) May 4, 2019
Great clip from Nick Fuentes
>Major influencers in Trumps campaign during the election get unpersoned on the Internet
>”Have you guys seen black unemployment! Wow! The Trump Train has no brakes!” https://t.co/AvLJuz7aHK— Gift From God (@Good_Shawny) May 3, 2019
The “long shot” candidate Andrew Yang, the unbought and securer of the bag, is coming to the D this afternoon to bring the message of $1,000 a month or mainstream conservatism.
Yesterday, Yang had over 1,000 people in Seattle, which was his latest campaign stop on the Humanity First tour. Sorry folks, but it is time for the conservatives and racist lolbertarians in our movement to take a backseat to the populists and let us lead for a change. They’ve exhausted their strategy of “infiltrating conservatism” and “reforming the GOP” under Blompf. Why should we be “infiltrating conservatism” and conforming to their way of doing things when we outnumber them?
Yeah, 23 percent of the electorate are conservatives and only 4 percent are libertarians, but 29 percent are populists and moderates:
“Andrew Yang, the New York tech entrepreneur seeking the Democratic presidential nomination with a campaign built on the idea of a $1,000-per-month guaranteed income for every adult, drew approximately 1,000 people Friday evening to Gas Works Park in Seattle.
Yang, 44, garnered cheers from the crowd as he promised a “trickle up” economy and described himself as “the opposite of Donald Trump: an Asian man who likes math.”
The candidate — who’s never held political office and lacks widespread name recognition — touted national polling at 3%, “higher than your governor, Jay Inslee.”
Yang slammed D.C. politicians, including establishment Democrats, for failing to grasp the extent to which robots and e-commerce are changing the country’s economy, and he at one point addressed a certain Seattle company’s employees directly.
“I know some of you work for Amazon,” said Yang, noting the retail giant paid no federal income taxes last year and comparing the company to a giant, money- and commerce-sucking vacuum. …”
Yang cracked jokes on a literal soap box in Seattle about how he is already higher in the polls than the governor of Washington who is running in 2020. He is now appearing via hologram to ask for small donations from the public and is boasting about giving everyone free money.
We should do an 8 Mile re-enactment in Detroit today! “You think you know me? I know everything you’re about to say against me! I am unknown, I’m not a politician, I do want to give everyone money! You don’t know what I’ve been through! But I know something about you . . .”— Andrew Yang (@AndrewYang) May 4, 2019
This is going to be the worst nightmare of both the Democratic establishment and the Republican establishment as the greatest populist wave election ever gathers steam. If I were Yang, I would be worried about my security because Huey Long was assassinated.
Note: Why on earth aren’t more Huey Longs running at the state and local level?