In the second set of Democratic debates there were 18 politicians, and then there were the other two: the lady talking about how to “actualize” things and the “dark psychic force of collectivized hate,” and the guy who complained about wearing TV makeup and who warned about robots taking people’s jobs and telling people they should move to higher ground because of climate change.
It was a little strange and somewhat refreshing to hear Marianne Williamson and Andrew Yang, the only two Democratic candidates to qualify for the debates who have no previous political experience.
Williamson had a breakout moment Tuesday with her passionate speech about the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, and how it reveals the depth of racial inequality in the US.
Yang had moments Wednesday night when he cracked jokes about being the polar opposite of President Donald Trump because he’s an Asian man who likes math.
Both succeeded in their moments because they were unencumbered by what Williams