Presidential hopeful Andrew Wang has just put forth yet ANOTHER proposed public policy he would desire to implement should he become the Commander-in-Chief: reduce circumcision by pushing initiatives meant to inform parents that they don’t need to have their infants snipped for health reasons.
“It’s sort of pushed on parents in many situations,” Yang said, describing pressure to circumcise a child as a “cultural onus” imposed on families.
Editor’s note: No it’s not.
Yang, an entrepreneur whose candidacy is fueled by grassroots donations, appears to be the first presidential candidate in history to take a public position on circumcision. But that’s not a terrible surprise to those who have followed his upstart presidential campaign. There are dozens of position statements on his campaign website, ranging from the obscure to the existential.
Of those, Yang is best known for his endorsement of $1,000 monthly payments to every American. That proposal helped him recruit more than 65,000 individual donors to his candidacy, which will likely guarantee him a spot on the Democratic debate stage and has generated a lot of online buzz.
In other words, Yang with the un-snipped wang plans to destroy the U.S. economy and push far-left socialist policies.
Yang, who doesn’t have a chance in hell of becoming President, is primarily gaining support among idiots with illogical policy positions and now, circumcision opponents.
Fun fact: the anti-snipping crowd call themselves “intactivists”—a reference to their desire to keep penises “intact.”
“I’m highly aligned with the intactivists,” Yang said. “History will prove them even more correct.”
Editor’s note: No it won’t.
The Chicks on the Right talk Yang’s proposed policy for wangs in the clip below.