字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Over the last number of years we have automated away 4 million manufacturing jobs in Pennslyvania, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Missouri, and Iowa. All states that were swing states and competitive and all states that went to Donald Trump. So that's the state we're in right now and unfortunately, I'm here to say things are going to get much, much worse. What we did to the manufacturing workers, we're about to do to retail workers, call center workers, fast food workers, truck drivers, and on and on through the economy. The only thing I worry about is that some total unknown that nobody ever heard of comes along. Then there's Andrew Yang. Andrew Yang, entrepreneur and author of the War on Normal People. Andrew... you're running for President. Yes. Yes, I am. So we're in the third or fourth inning of the greatest techological and economic shift in human history. He's looking at what's happening in tech and automation and AI, and he says, this is going to be catastrophic if we don't figure out how to deal with it, and he thinks UBI is the solution. Every American gets $1,000 a month I've never seen shareholders get upset when a company declares a dividend. This is a dividend for the American people. We are the richest, most advanced society in the history of mankind. He's really been campaigning on a platform of ideas, and it's been fascinating to watch how that has taken off, and I think that kind of candidate really could make headway. I'm Andrew Yang. I'm a serial entrepreneur. I'm not a politician. I'm a problem solver. Some people call me a futurist, and I say I'm a 'presentist'. It's just that the other politicians are stuck in the past. Right now, 57% of Americans can't afford an unexpected $500 bill. What happens when you put $1,000 a month in their hands? Where does that money go? They're going to spend it, right? In their local community. Instead of GDP, we should be measuring childhood education rates, average income, mental health and freedom from substance abuse, environmental sustainability, the proportion of our elderly who can retire in quality circumstances. If we change the measurements, we can change everything. We spend twice as much as other industrialized countries on our health care than other countries because our system rewards activity and not healthfulness, and as President, I will move us towards Medicare for All, and get the incentives right. [CHEERING] Washington DC is not a town of leaders, it's a town of followers. We need to create a wave in the rest of the country, and bring that wave crashing down on their heads. And I'm here tonight to ask you will you create that wave with me? Yes! Together, we can build a new economy that prioritizes human beings, and we can take this disaster of a presidency and swing it the other direction. We have to have our own vision and have the courage to say, "If we invest in ourselves, then we will all win." Please welcome Please welcome to the stage The next President of the United States Andrew Yang.