I am a die-hard Andrew Yang fan, watch all of his content, and virtually every interview. I respected his honesty and I agreed with his policies. After the Isreal comments, he lost that honesty factor in my eyes and I think Krystal's too. Can he ever regain that trust and what does that look like?
Hey guys! I’m incredibly excited about this new endeavor of yours, and since I have the opportunity now as a subscriber, I just wanted to ask a bit of a more light-hearted question. Namely, I wanted to inquire about Krystal’s attire, given that I would like to take inspiration with regards to my own wardrobe. Good luck to the two of you!
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During the primaries "we" had talked about some similar messaging between the left and right. Since then we have seen Sanders and Hawley join forces on the $2k check amendment. Ossoff now cosponsoring Hawley's amendment concerning trafficked labor use. Considering the complete void of leftist leadership, is there a realistic path to a left-right econ populist bridge? Can an economic bill of rights, anti-censorship, and anti-imperialism take the main stage in coalition building and set aside differences for the greater good?