December 4, 2019
You’ve probably never seen an Asian game show. I have.
This is what they look like:
MANCHESTER, NH — Andrew Yang has opened his Manchester field office.
— Nicole Sganga (@NicoleSganga) December 3, 2019
— Christopher Donato (@chrisdonato04) December 3, 2019
Yes, that is the once-exciting presidential candidate Andrew Yang spraying whipped cream in people’s mouths as they get down on their knees and open up their mouths for the sweet load.
It may seem counterintuitive, but there is literally nothing homoerotic about this. It is simply a purely Asian act.
But Andrew Yang was born in America, and he is very intelligent, so he knows this is not something that will go over well with the laowai.
In the video, filmed Tuesday at the opening of his office in Manchester, New Hampshire, one of Yang’s campaign officials tries to stop him from engaging in the weird (in America) act, but he pushes forward, unconcerned.
This looks like it’s probably a purposeful attempt to send his campaign out with a bang in a way that satisfies his inexplicable Asian sense of humor. Or maybe he was drunk or on pills and just went full anime darkmode – I don’t know.
But obviously, if by some miracle Yang starts gaining traction – he’s at 4% right now, which is better than you’d expect, better than Kamala Harris was at when she dropped out on Tuesday – this clip is going to be shown everywhere, nonstop.
“Outsider Democratic candidate Wang, who at a campaign rally last year told his supporters to get down on their knees so he could spray whipped cream in their mouths…” will be the opening of any news item about him.