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Good riddance to Yang — and Biden

12 February 2020

1:42 PM

12 February 2020

1:42 PM

Now that ‘entrepreneur’ Andrew Yang has ended his presidential campaign, can we all admit what a sad commentary on the millennial generation it was? Yang was a policy quack who instantly won a cult following among young people who had never had never before taken the slightest interest in politics — in the other words, low-information voters.

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