Tulsi Gabbard And Andrew Yang On The Issue Of White Supremacist Violence | MSNBC

Tulsi Gabbard And Andrew Yang On The Issue Of White Supremacist Violence | MSNBC 1


Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and Andrew Yang talk about what they would do on the issue of white supremacist violence if elected president. Gabbard suggests overhauling the criminal justice system while Yang says white supremacist terrorism needs to be designated as domestic terrorism so that it can be properly measured. Aired on 11/20/19.
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Tulsi Gabbard And Andrew Yang On The Issue Of White Supremacist Violence | MSNBC

64 Comments on "Tulsi Gabbard And Andrew Yang On The Issue Of White Supremacist Violence | MSNBC"

  1. Yang and Tulsi deserve better.

    • @president camacho in your dreams. Tulsi first, then Yang. She is far more experienced and coherent where it matters and has an impeccable record as a progressive, something Yang still has to earn.

    • president camacho | November 23, 2019 at 5:59 PM | Reply

      @USS Spirit yang is a moderate, the only exception is his UBI proposal. gabbard is or was a right-winger on most social issues and a fiscal liberal and calls for an isolationist foreign policy. that makes her a populist in the US, more closely aligned to trump ideologically than anyone else running for office.

    • @president camacho Well, may be the world needs a little less of the centrists who try to cozy up to the establishment like Yang is so obsequiously doing. Calling for ending needless wars is not isolationist. You can’t be a hawk and an isolationist all at once. How is/was Tulsi a right winger on social issues – her voting record is a clear indication that she is not and what her true intentions are. Real progressive with true grit and guts.

    • president camacho | November 23, 2019 at 7:38 PM | Reply

      @USS Spirit the only real progressives in the primary are bernie and warren. gabbard is an opportunist who had to change her views to gain power in liberal hawaii. and incidentally, she actually calls herself an isolationist and a hawk at the same time. she says she wants to keep the US out of fights that might provoke regional powers but she is all for sending troops to fight insurgents. think about which countries that kind of policy helps? one starts with a C and another starts with a R.

  2. Gabbard and Yang had the most to say in the least amount of time !!

    • Yang did better…. I’m mostly for Gabbard but her response reminded me of Blasio from NYC, which is the current NY mayor. When you do wrong, regardless of color, you should be punished… so sick and tired of certain ethnic groups always playing the victim card but commiting the most crime. Makes no sense to me.

    • @Civilized..Here’s alittle hint, there’s no money in doing the right thing..The more it’s broke then additional money is NECESSARY to fix it..Guess who’s paying ??

    • Darian wuz here | November 22, 2019 at 1:42 PM | Reply

      I agree with Yang at least, but Gabbard is a no from me.

  3. Insane how Bernie, tulsi & yang had less talking time than Cory- someone literally polling at like 2%

  4. Love Tulsi and Yang. These two have integrity and challenge the status quo.

  5. William (Odin) Wright | November 20, 2019 at 11:36 PM | Reply

    Yang is sharp

  6. Yang Gang 2020. I’d take a Yang/Gabbard ticket.

    • @Arid Don’t let that distract you just keep talking to friends and family and show them Yang’ s interviews. He had me at Thomas Payne and Martin Luther King. I went to my first really because of him.

    • @Neil Smith We can’t not vote based on that. Remember Clinton/Obama 08′ and Trump and every other Republican 16′ and midterms 2018. None of that matters when people vote their gut, the way democracy is supposed to work.

    • Ruthie Morris psychological imprinting is subconscious. It effects you with out noticing it

    • @Arts Paradiso If that mattered Yang and Tulsi wouldn’t be on that stage. Yang was way back at no percent, he was just on the internet and raised 10 million. I spent my last $10 last quarter as did many Yang Gang supporters did. He has a FB page and I’m doubling muy donation at the end of the month.

    • @Nikolla Tesla Yeah I’m not convinced.

  7. Once again Andrew Yang with the least amount of speaking time. It’s clear they were trying to build up phony Pete, Kobluchar, and Booker. MSNBC is owned by Comcast, who are currently being sued by Byron Allen for racism in the excluding black owned networks. The case has made it to the supreme court. Comcast and Charter are questioning the Civil Rights Act of 1866. When did MSNBC take the crown for worst cable news network?

  8. Hey MSNBC–I’m here to let you know that I’m going to boycott you from here on out, until you start covering Yang fairly. Enough is enough.

  9. Strong answer by yang Very strong.

  10. Costco Driedmango | November 20, 2019 at 11:55 PM | Reply

    Despite MSNBC trying to blackout someone on the debate stage, Andrew Yang still made this unbearable debate somewhat bearable.

  11. Media is purposefully ignoring Yang who has the most logical policies for the future of America. Yang has to work and campaign harder than anyone to even have a chance. It’s time for Yang to go all in or go home cause status quo in not good enough. Come on major programs over and over and over and travel everywhere like Trump did.

    • I think if MSNBC is the one broadcasting and hosting the debates they will censor yang. Especially since he didnt accept their apology but called them out on it. Just comes to show what a small minded and subjective network it is. News journalism and debates such as these should always be handled with impartiality. Maybe Trump was right about the fake news. But I think he’s just as bad .

  12. Yang addresses each problem with real solutions

  13. Why is Andrew Yang being asked such redundant questions? This man actually speaks with substance and you guys don’t want to give him airtime?

    • Same with tulsi. They keep asking her about Clinton or Assad or Russia, in the little time she’s given.

    • The reason why they do this is so that when people watch the debate highlights that’s all people will see. It’s a strategy to black out tulsi and yang. Airtime correlates to the investment corporations invest in the candidates. You can easily tell which candidates are bought and paid for. (pete, warren, biden)

  14. Worst debate. Worst questions. Yang is being outright censored at this point.

  15. Walter Poelzing | November 21, 2019 at 12:41 AM | Reply

    Yang is showing what a the power of an intelligent, well spoken, caring person can do. I love the fact that he is not out to put anyone down. I love the fact that he explains that he did not set out to be president because he is not “insane”. He is an example of a the true American Spirit of working through the system, realizing the system does not see what he so clearly sees, and realizing he HAS the ability to explain it to the American People. The Yang Gang is not going away. We just have to follow the example of the man we trust and develop that cool calm approach of getting other to LISTEN to what he is saying. Once you listen, you do not go back. Keep promoting Yang Gang. Keep promoting.

  16. Yang is the only person who has a vision to lead america.
    Other candidates like Biden just recycles and copies the same ideas from previous presidential candidates.

  17. who tf wants biden or warren…. everyone wants yang

    • @kevdaag That is mostly likely the case, which is why we need to pick the best one in the Primaries. In my mind that is Andrew Yang.

    • old people like the idea of biden.

    • @kevdaag If Biden or Warren wins, I’ll switch over to the Republican side for the first time in my life and vote for Trump. If your sole stupid purpose is to get Trump out of office instead of fixing this country, you deserve to choke on your own food and deprive yourself of oxygen. Thanks bye.

  18. Chicken Rice Warrior | November 21, 2019 at 2:12 AM | Reply

    Yang/Tulsi is the best ticket.
    Yang: Expert on Domestic Issues & Economy
    Tulsi: Expert on Foreign Policy and Military related stuff.
    Both of them are young, they will lead the country forward.

  19. Did andrew yang dare address the problem that men are falling through the cracks of society that no Democrat will dare admit wow yang2020

  20. LoneSoldier0000 | November 21, 2019 at 7:48 AM | Reply

    Nobody has attacked Yang or called him out because they don’t want him to have time to respond because he is too logical for MSNBC.

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