& # 39; I now call that a blue wave! & # 39; Democrat presidential hopeful Andrew Yang CROWD SURFS at campaign event in California
- The hopeful Andrew Yang presidential crowd surfed Sunday at a campaign event in Costa Mesa, California
- The 44-year-old democrat spoke at the Asian American and Pacific Islander Democratic Presidential Forum
- & # 39; One of my goals for this campaign was to surf. I think this is the time, & he said before jumping into the crowd
- Video of his rock star surf has been viewed thousands of times
- Yang stands at 2.7 percent in the Democratic polls and surpasses opponents Cory Booker and Amy Klobuchar
Andrew Yang enjoys the rock star treatment on his campaign route and literally rides on his support wave by surfing the crowd on Sunday in a room full of fans.
The presidential hopeful spoke at the Asian American and Pacific Islander Democratic Presidential Forum in Costa Mesa, California on Sunday when the crowd went wild and Yang was lifted up the room.
The entrepreneur who became a politician spoke to the crowds of hundreds of voters alongside billionaire and accusation activist Tom Steyer and the Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii about positive action, climate change, gender inequality and mathematics.
The democrat then addressed the crowd and said: “One of my goals for this campaign was to surf the crowd. I think this is the time before you jump into the crowd of supporters.
The hopeful presidential Andrew Yang audience surfed Sunday during a speech at the Asian American and Pacific Islander Democratic Presidential Forum in Costa Mesa, California
The democrat addressed the crowd and said: “One of my goals for this campaign was to surf the crowd. I think this is the time before you jump into the crowd
He shared a video of his rock star surfing moment on Twitter with the caption: & # 39; Has not surfed for a while # YangGang & # 39;
He lay down on his back and stretched out his arms as the crowd recited his name in wild support
The hilarious clip has won the internet, gathered more than 895,000 views and made fans crave more.
44-year-old New Yorker shared a video of the stunt on his Twitter on Sunday and wrote: & # 39; Have not surfed for a while # YangGang & # 39 ;.
In the video he is lying on his back with his arms spread while the crowd & # 39; Andrew Yang & # 39; sings and he drags his fist.
The hilarious clip has won over the internet, has more than 895,000 views and makes fans yearn for more.
& # 39; I keep thinking that @AndrewYang can't get a cooler, and then CROWDSURFS on its supporters. God bless the #YangGang, & # 39; wrote a Twitter user.
& # 39; He trusts us with his life and we will trust him with ours! & # 39; another one added.
& # 39; That's my president! & # 39; another fan cheered.
& # 39; Let's look at @realDonaldTrump crowd surfing … he would just drown, & # 39; spotted a fan.
Fans went to Twitter to share images of the surfing moment where hundreds of supporters took off the 44-year-old New Yorker
Fans gathered behind Yang on social media. Some even cast shadow on the president who wrote: & # 39; Let's look at @realDonaldTrump crowd surfing … he would just drown & # 39;
& # 39; It is really refreshing to see how a politician has fun and enjoy his / her supporters. #YangGang # Yang2020, & # 39; added another Twitter user.
& # 39; This is what I call a Blue Wave, & # 39; said a Andrew Yang fan account.
Many of the people in the crowd were supporters of volunteers, the Yang Gang from Southern California.
Yang & # 39; s gang gathers behind him on the campaign track and in the polls, where he faces Democratic opponents Cory Booker and Amy Klobuchar.
According to the Real clear politics Poll on average, Yang offers 2.7 percent support. He has also achieved the 130,000 unique donor threshold needed to qualify for the Democrats' primary debates this month and next month.
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