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“He Talks About Giving Every American $1,000 a Month But Can’t Give His Own Campaign Staffers Severance”

The Andrew Yang campaign, an internet meme that took off leading to an extended bout of Yang popping up places to argue for taking money from some people to give to others, literally, died in New Hampshire, for confusing and unknown reasons.

When your campaign is already a joke, why bother dropping out because you didn’t place in Iowa or New Hampshire.

You don’t see Bill Weld dropping out just because he only got one delegate in Iowa. That kills the joke. But it seems that at some point, Yang did the math.

And started chopping heads.

“For a Democrat who is ‘all about the worker,’ he’s just talking the talk, no walking here,” one staffer said.

“‘Humanity first’ but no transparency or honesty with the layoff, period. They gave zero warning and just starting deactivating people’s emails and Slack accounts. There is now a culture of fear across the entire campaign because of those layoffs.”

Read the full story from Front Page Mag

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