Today, Andy joined Charles Payne on Your World with Neil Cavuto to discuss the criticism of wealth among the Democratic presidential nominees as billionaire Michael Bloomberg joins the 2020 race. “You’ve got this activist element of the Democratic party that is expressing this righteous indignation against the billionaire class… I don’t see him [Bloomberg] getting very far in this process,” Andy said.
Next discussed was how socialism continues to be a threat to American capitalism and the U.S. education system. “As Winston Churchill said, ‘If you’re not a liberal when you’re young, you have no heart. If you’re not a conservative when you’re old, you have no brain.’…We’ve [Republicans] kind of lost the war on education… We need to get people in the communities back involved in the education system so they [the far left] can’t co-op and brainwash our kids,” Andy argued.
In closing, Charles asked Andy if climate change will be a major focus within the 2020 election. Andy suggested that if the election were determined within California, New York or by the media, it would likely be a huge determinant. “We shouldn’t be pouring things into the atmosphere in any abundance that are harmful… but I don’t think it’s going to sway the election. I think people are going to vote [with] their pocketbooks and in this election, that says good things for President Trump,” Andy concluded.
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