Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang was more attuned to the changes in the cast of Saturday Night Live than to any political campaign in history, initially good and then awful Reason. The good reason is that the Asiatic supremacy of white supremacy is over. The Democratic Party has done no great work in the past to promote Asian-American politicians – Yang is the first Asian-American man to democratize the president Saturday Night Live has done no great work in the past to promote Asian-American interpreters. When NBC announced that comedian Bowen Yang will change from a staff to a cast, it was natural for a pioneer to greet the other:
Awwww! Far less heartwarming, however, was the news that one of NBC's other newcomers, comedian Shane Gillis, had used anti-racial racist insults in the past. And least heartwarming from Andrew Yang's point of view was the news that Gillis had explicitly labeled Andrew Yang a "Jewish shame" in a podcast episode of May 2019. Yang was not impressed by the non-apology Gillis offered on Twitter, and chanted Gillis that he was ready to "sit down and talk", perhaps in response to Gilli's offer to apologize to anyone who is actually offended everything I said. "