March 19, 2019
Andrew Yang’s popularity is growing because everybody wants $1,000 a month. Not even the dumbest shitlibs from San Francisco can turn down $1,000 a month.
Andrew Yang is quickly becoming the populist candidate of the 2020 presidential campaign. He just drew 3,000 people to see him speak in San Francisco.
The unlikely presidential run of Andrew Yang, who is proposing a $1,000-a-month “freedom dividend” to every adult in America, rolled Friday into San Francisco, where some 3,000 supporters listened to the New York tech entrepreneur warn about how artificial intelligence and robotics are taking jobs.
The 44-year-old son of Taiwanese immigrants who met each other at UC Berkeley has already surpassed expectations — virtually nonexistent when he got into the race — by inspiring enough donations to qualify for the Democratic primary debate in June.
Yang outlined his idea for guaranteed universal income to a young, exuberant crowd of mostly Millennials at an outdoor soccer field lined with food trucks on Mission Bay Boulevard North.
Yang is successfully uniting the political left and political right with a very simple message. He understands that all people regardless of their political beliefs would like $1,000 a month in free money. That’s because there’s lots of things a person can do with $1,000 a month in free money. It’s a winning message and there are no flaws with it.
And what are his political opponents going to do during the debates? All he has to say is that he’s the only candidate in the field who wants to give everybody $1,000 a month in free money. This marks instant defeat for his opposition because they do not want to give everybody $1,000 a month in free money.
The money system is all fake anyway. They are just digits punched into computers run by Jewish bankers. So who cares if $1,000 of this fake Jewish money is deposited into everybody’s bank accounts on a monthly basis?
If Yang’s plan of giving $1,000 a month to everybody results in an economic collapse as some doomsday theorists are predicting, then that’s an even better result than we could hope for. It’d be like the end of Fight Club when everybody’s bank accounts were reset to zero. There are literally no flaws with this plan.