The surprising, enduring relevance of @andrewyang and his ideas. How one of the most fringe candidates in the race spearheaded the UBI movement that may rescue the American economy in this pandemic. My latest: https://t.co/WjlqRgTBi6 #YangGang
— Jada Yuan (@jadabird) March 23, 2020
BREAKING: Pres. Trump and Treasury Sec. Mnuchin say they’re looking into sending Americans checks for $1,000 each to mitigate the economic impact of the coronavirus. They’ve released no details yet, but the idea echoes Andrew Yang’s call for a universal ‚Freedom Dividend‘ pic.twitter.com/P69bA3Ja24
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) March 17, 2020
Andrew Yang: „I made clear to every other candidate that I ran on a set of issues (automation, human-centered economy, $1,000 a month). If a candidate were to make a significant commitment in those directions, then I’d be much more enthusiastic about considering an endorsement.“ pic.twitter.com/S64PzNAkT1
— The Zach and Matt Show (@ZachandMattShow) February 28, 2020
…ein Beitrag von Katherine Landergan auf politico.
A personal thank you to Andrew Yang, who contributed to America’s understanding of the need for a Universal Basic Income, and conducted himself as a straight-talking, thoughtful, and respectful presidential candidate. Andrew, I hope we’ll see much more of you in the future.
— Robert Reich (@RBReich) February 12, 2020
.@AndrewYang suspended his campaign tonight, but I think this remains true. The #YangGang shifted the Overton Window in some big ways: UBI, Asian-American candidates, bipartisanship, evidence-based policy, math/science, and more. A landmark run. #NHPrimary2020 #Yang2024 https://t.co/MLxxOyg6xG
— Jacy Reese (@jacyreese) February 12, 2020