So How Is Andrew Yang Going To Pay For Freedom Dividend?
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If you haven’t yet heard about Andrew Yang, the Asian American who likes MATH (Make America Think Harder) and who wants to give every American 18+ YO the Freedom Dividend ($1000 per month, no questions asked), you need to find out more about Andrew Yang. He is the one who unites all parties. He is the one who had seriously thought about issues of the 21st century America and came up with a platform of solutions (www.yang2020.com/policies).
Andrew Yang is confident after his message delivered at the debate, which has to do with the economy, in the video “Yang talks universal basic income plan“, below:
Andrew Yang joins Chris Matthews from the spin room to talk about his 2020 platform, including tackling automation, AI, and his freedom dividend, in the video “Andrew Yang: Working Americans Seeing Less Economic Gains Of 21st Century, Hardball, MSNBC“, below:
One of the most frequently asked questions over internet and various social media platforms, with regard to Andrew Yang and his Freedom Dividend (every American age 18+ would receive $1000 per month, no questions asked, from the U.S. government), “How Is He Going To Pay For It?“. So, allow me to share the video “But How Will He Pay For It? Andrew Yang’s Freedom Dividend“, below:
In the video “Universal Basic Income: The plan to give $12,000 to every American adult, Andrew Yang“, below:
In the video “Andrew Yang: Paying for a Universal Basic Income“, below:
In an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper, Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang said racial epithets hurt, but in the case of comedians, words should be taken in a different light. This comes after Yang jumped into controversy on Twitter by responding to Shane Gillis’, a new cast member on “Saturday Night Live,” past racial remarks on a podcast, in the video “Andrew Yang on SNL’s Shane Gillis’ comments: Racial epithets hurt, but it’s different with comedians“, below:
Matt posts an interview with a younger version of 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang from back in 2015. The interview took place at a forum on advancing careers through education in Denver, Colorado. The event was hosted by Poppy Harlow on CNN, long prior to Andrew Yang’s run for President. Among the topics discussed were the effect of automation on jobs, education, vocational schools, college debt, and advancing entrepreneurial opportunities for women, in the video “Andrew Yang Speaks at a CNN Education and Entrepreneurship Forum, June 13th 2015 with Poppy Harlow“, below:
Andrew Yang discusses automation and Universal Basic Income with Joe Rogan, in the video “Andrew Yang Makes the Case for Universal Basic Income“, below:
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