An avalanche called Andrew Yang
For a man who had 0% in the national polls, the one who now has 4% talks about the hard work he is doing. In my previous post I talked about the mechanisms Andrew Yang is using to reach voters and the general public. There I commented on the active online presence, creating subreddit / r / YangForPresidentHQ  for supporters of Yang's presidential campaign. So on March 26, 2018, Yang participated in a publication "Ask Me Anything" (AMA) in the subreddit / r / IAmA  . Before being archived, the publication got more than 14,600 points (63% of votes) and 4,600 comments. Similarly, on February 12, 2019, Yang appeared on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, where he spoke about his presidential campaign and his platform for universal basic income. In one month, a video of the apparition received more than 2.05 million hits on YouTube. And of course, there is the #YangGang, an army of supporters of Andrew Yang's candidacy.
About these tools, Yang himself and some supporters have said that some are using memes to sabotage his campaign; that is, they use memes with offensive messages against Trump and others, which according to the candidate, does not do his campaign a favor, but damages his image. "I denounce and reject hatred, intolerance, racism, white nationalism, anti-Semitism and the alternative right in all its forms. Full stop," said Andrew Yang himself in a statement.
All this comes to put more heat on the fire. The spirits are hot and although the race is long, Yang is dawning and is becoming notorious among so many candidates nothing original. I think we have to act intelligently and not let that avalanche stop. Slowly, but surely, Andrew Yang is in the primaries for the presidency of the United States of America.