Andrew Yang gives a hint to another point during the presidency, while he places a photo of a 2024 sticker and writes on Twitter “we’ll be back”
- Andrew Yang officially stopped as an American democratic hopeful on February 11
- When he stopped his campaign, the #YangGang called on him to run again in 2024
- Twitter users have expressed their support for the entrepreneur’s four-year plan
Andrew Yang has suggested that he reacted once more to the presidency after posting a photo of a 2024 sticker and writes ‘we’ll be back’ on Twitter today.
The presidential hopeful officially quit the Decmocrat race on 11 February to call his loyal crowd ‘2024!’
Although Yang never pulled himself out of the loose figures in national polls, he attracted many young internet supporters who called themselves the #YangGang.
After teasing his fans about his plans for the future, many of the #YangGang responded to show their support, modify their merchandise for the 2020 campaign or remodel them completely.
Andrew Yang, earlier hopeful candidate democrat, posted a photo of a 2020 sticker that was changed to show 2024 on Twitter
In this photo of February 7, 2020, democratic presidential candidate entrepreneur Andrew Yang speaks during a primary democratic presidential debate at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, N.H
Nate @SoCalYangGang posted a photo of a Yang 2020 bumper sticker with a four scribbled over the zero.
“As if you didn’t do this lol,” he said.
Dani Leis used a different tact and Photoshopped Yang’s current banner to give it a makeover.
Many of the #YangGang responded today to show their support, by changing the merchandise of the entrepreneur’s 2020 campaign or making it all over again
Michael Leach signed for an A-Team GIF to promise his support to Yang, who is now employed as a political commentator for CNN.
“I feel sorry for the idiot who’s not on board here,” tweeted Leach.
Noodylord followed a similar route, with characters from the Simpsons in a group hug scenario, with ‘YANG-GANG LOVE’ barred at the bottom of the image.
The entrepreneur made the center of his campaign the quest to give Americans a “universal basic income,” which Yang called his “freedom dividend.”
The idea was to give Americans an income of $ 1,000 a month, with which they could do whatever they wanted.
Yang broke through barriers as the first formidable Asian-American presidential candidate.
And for two debates – in December and February – he was the only person of color on stage.
Yang also received the attention of a number of celebrities.
He was approved by edgy comedian Dave Chappelle, who brought Yang on stage last month at an event at the University of Iowa and organized two comedy shows for the candidate in South Carolina earlier this month.
In Los Angeles he collected funds by selling campaign material – such as hoodies and T-shirts – that was a design collaboration with Childish Gambino.
Inspired by the Supreme Company, the Yang campaign launched a pop-up shop in Los Angeles that entered several supporters at the same time, creating lines that stretched blocks and viral attention to Yang’s candidacy.
The #YangGang finally showed that they were behind the entrepreneur’s plan to walk again in 2024.
Dr. Phil Batman said: “It’s going to happen. YOU WILL be our first Asian president. ”
Yang announced that he was suspending his campaign when the results of the New Hampshire primary came in and placed him in eighth place in the state of Granite.
Minutes after Yang delivered his last campaign speech, Colorado Senator Michael Bennet announced that he would also leave the race and become the 20th democrat to do so.
In the days prior to New Hampshire, primary Yang pointed out that he might have to stop shortly – because he needed money and more substantial support to continue.