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Congressman Ro Khanna Is Now A Justice Democrat


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Justice Democrats currently have a sitting congressman on the board. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, simplifies. Tell us just what you think in the comment section listed below.

" Ro Khanna has a $1 trillion strategy to fatten Americans' budgets.

The freshly chosen participant of Congress, that stands for Silicon Valley, has become a loud progressive voice on the Hill throughout his brief tenure there. The method he sees it, Democrats have failed by not supplying family members a radical plan to finish wage torpidity and also bring success to the center class again. He is working on a bill he believes will do simply that, by increasing the Earned Earnings Tax Debt to give as long as $6,000 a year for individuals and $12,000 for family members. (That would about double the maximum payout for households, and increase it tenfold for childless employees.) The strategy is being proclaimed as a step to an universal basic earnings in the United States, and Khanna intends to match it with initiatives to move government works out of Washington, increase colleges and also universities, and also motivate investment in depressed areas. Such a moonshot initiative is not going anywhere quickly, he acknowledges. Yet it would certainly at the minimum demonstrate to citizens that Democrats had something new and also bold to offer them." *.

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  1. Posted by Hal Jordan, at Reply

    ‘Ro Khanna’ sounds like a warrior name from a comicbook.

    • Posted by Richard Shapiro, at Reply

      how do you know? id like to know if he’s not on the level…

    • Posted by Cliven Longsight, at Reply

      Actually, it is if you act on it, which you did.

    • Posted by Sarge Scum, at Reply

      Hal Jordan if the likes for this comment are still 6 hundred and sixty you know…. I will like it to clear this comment I find somewhat funny, but not really like worthy

    • Posted by kickinitoldschool03, at Reply

      +Cliven Longsight act on what?

  2. Posted by Dylan Armstrong, at Reply

    He has more than earned that title. Glad to have him as part of the team

    • Posted by No One, at Reply

      Dylan Armstrong, would you look at all those clients that Ro’s previous firm has, it’s a virtual cornucopia of who’s who amongst the corporate big boys of Silicon Valley, media and a plethora of securities and investment firms.
      Truly Ro’s lobbying job garnered him some support in the dark money department as he runs for office and did I mention he’s an economist from the Chicago School, trickle down economics baby.
      Among the firm’s clients are,[12] Autodesk,[13] Expedia,[14] Google,[15][16] Hewlett-Packard,[17] HTC Corporation,[18] Juniper Networks,[19] LinkedIn,[20] Mylan,[21] Netflix,[22] Tesla,[23][24] Twitter,[25] and[26] The firm also represents companies in new, fast-growing sectors of the technology economy, including Box,[27] Flipboard,[28] Invuity,[29] Juno Therapeutics,[30] Mesoblast,[31] MINDBODY,[32] OnDeck Capital,[33] Solar City,[34] Square,[35] Sunrun.[36] and InWith Corp[37].

    • Posted by Amos Batto, at Reply

      The fact that he promised to not take corporate and lobbyist money answers many of the issues that you raised. However, let’s watch how he votes in congress. The proof will be in the pudding. If he was planning on being a corporate sellout, it is unlikely that he would sign up to be the first sitting congressman to join the Justice Democrats.

    • Posted by No One, at Reply

      Hope and Change, he used to work as a lobbyist, you do the math, stop believing in these fairy tales about some hyped up saviour.
      He worked for Obama, then he worked for a giant lobbying firm and now he runs for office, the revolving and revolting door strikes again.

    • Posted by torchandhammer, at Reply

      No One, Colbert’s PAC cannot give any money to a candidate. Your point is null.
      Your fecviewer link leads to a blank page.
      The Huffpost article states:
      Khanna campaign spokesman Tyler Law denied any knowledge of the new super PAC Monday in a statement sent to The Huffington Post.

      “We know nothing about this Super PAC,” Law wrote in an email. “We do know that Ro repeatedly asked Congressman Honda to sign Elizabeth Warren’s ‘People’s Pledge,’ to keep outside money out of this congressional race. Congressman Honda refused. Ro also asked him to denounce racist campaign mailings sent by a Super PAC on his behalf just before the primary. Congressman Honda refused. If there’s any hypocrisy here, it’s on the part of Congressman Honda.”

      Your PAC application means little. Anybody can open a PAC and claim to support any candidate. They cannot give money directly to a candidate. Probably the DNC desperately trying to sabatoge Ro to salvage their big money fat cat donors.

      Try again Debbie. You seem to have a lot of time on your hands.

    • Posted by OsefKincaid, at Reply

      This is a legit line of question I have to say. From scanning the web I found that John Arnold and his wife donated a bunch to Ro Khanna through the Californians from Innovation PAC. John Arnold appears to be donating a bunch to a lot of people in an effort to gut retirement security nationwide, I’ll be curious to see what Ro Khanna thinks of retirement security and how he votes on subjects pertaining to that in the future.

  3. Posted by Ameri Wryter, at Reply

    he seems nice, I stopped after 7:00

    • Posted by Victor Espino, at Reply

      Ameri Wryter why lol

  4. Posted by Malcomb Brown, at Reply

    Why do people spend their time watching videos of people they obviously dislike. To let them know “I watched your video, which you get paid for, but I don’t like you or what you stand for.” Why?

    • Posted by Simon Winn, at Reply

      Maybe people want to listen to a opposing view point and not live a echo chamber where all news tilled to one side.

      Plus, these videos make nowhere near enough to fund tyt.

    • Posted by aquadragon1, at Reply

      know theigh enemy proberbly.

    • Posted by Alexander Demkin, at Reply

      Simon Winn once you know what a channel is all about does it make sense to keep watching? I know what Fox News political views are and thus I have no reason to keep watching. This applies to people that are not on the fence of political channels but know full well they don’t like the channel/news organization.

  5. Posted by Zeal Ren, at Reply

    Yes!!! Even before he became a Justice Democrat he was ONE the SIX democrats which includes Bernie Sanders and congressmen Beto O’Rourke who is primary Ted Cruz to not accept super PAC or lobbyist money. Money out of politics!

    • Posted by No One, at Reply

      Oh and this Rahul for the moms,.surely they trust the Huffpo.

    • Posted by Jerry Perez, at Reply

      he won his election only taking small donations. he took large donations a long time ago. so did Bernie a long time ago. as of now he has sworn not to take donations from corporations. on top of all that my instincts say he’s genuine. The way he speaks and holds himself is real not a trace of fakeness.

    • Posted by Zeal Ren, at Reply

      exactly, thats why I didn’t even bother responding to these guys.

    • Posted by benagon, at Reply

      tech money is going to be worst than corporations in the next couple of years

  6. Posted by Summer E, at Reply

    Progressives are going to take over. Move aside Republicans and corporate Democrats. It’s time for a #PoliticalRevolution. We’re #TooStrong!

    • Posted by nexus1g, at Reply

      Dan, Arsal, not everyone’s the same, and that’s my point. And you’re furthering my point by generalizing every rural person based on your tiny experience. You think your experiences trump my experiences because everyone who’s rural is the same (in your mind). People are people, and they’re all different. That’s why I specifically said, “In my experience…” in my previous post.

      I honestly don’t know how you miss your own bigotry when you see it so clearly in others.

    • Posted by Dan Ryan, at Reply

      +nexus1g We’re not the ones trying to dehumanize people, you are. Arsal lived in rural Tennessee, I have spent a great deal of time in rural Kentucky visiting family and traveled all over the country interacting with people in rural areas so my experience is not tiny. Someone​who has spent their whole life in Ironton Missouri simply doesn’t have the same level of experience dealing with people of other cultures as I do, I interact with people from all over the world on a daily basis at my job. I don’t think of them as any less human unlike you.

  7. Posted by jonathansummers1988, at Reply

    I want more of this guy!

    • Posted by trier2123241243, at Reply

      Assad has literally tortured and killed people. Just becuase the rebels opposing him are worse, dosn’t mean Assad was a saint. for example, the Iraq was wrong, but saddam was evil

    • Posted by broccollin, at Reply

      the rebels were funded by the us and saudi arabia because they want to get rid of assad. also the rebels are mostly jihadist maniacs

  8. Posted by rencrow, at Reply

    But Shitgibbon of Akkad told me TYT was falling apart……

    • Posted by Danny Knapp, at Reply

      Sardine off a lid

    • Posted by Danny Knapp, at Reply

      Sure gone off his meds

    • Posted by Danny Knapp, at Reply

      Sure gonna fukk kids

    • Posted by Danny Knapp, at Reply

      Sergei no fake odds

    • Posted by Shadowman4710, at Reply

      Sure it is….which is why they are up 300k subs since Drumpf was inaugurated.

  9. Posted by Good Man, at Reply

    Join Justice Democrats and let’s vote out the corporatists. We need more guys like this to represent the people not their donors.

    • Posted by darxkai, at Reply

      Yeah surely the people are all thinking the same way like they used to think back in the 70´s. Thats for sure. And yeah left “wingnuts” are never going to be popular… except Bernie right now being the most popular politition in the country.

  10. Posted by mmike10720, at Reply

    And so it begins. the revolution will not be televised

    • Posted by Ae Ce, at Reply

      It will be streamed

    • Posted by Smecksee, at Reply

      Hopefully the internet isn’t taken from us.

  11. Posted by Phil, at Reply

    Ro Khanna just leveled up. Corporate Dems, you’re on notice.

    • Posted by jo23bulls, at Reply

      hannibal216 Purity test only apply to Clinton supporters. As long as you suck off Bernie, it’s ok.

    • Posted by Mario Quade, at Reply

      He raised that money from indivuals within those industries never from corporations since he didn’t have a PAC. So there’s that. And then there’s the fact that California’s 17th congressional district has the Silicon Valley. Now, why would people working at or for companies or who run companies interested in cyber security, protection and investment be interested in backing the man representing their district in Congress? I’ll let you guys figure that one out on your own.

    • Posted by Samir Saweras, at Reply

      Thanks thats where I thought the money was coming from but other comments didn’t specify and were getting me confused.

    • Posted by equinos111, at Reply

      So I can take a million from Bill gates…which has nothing to do with Microsoft???? Really?

  12. Posted by Logan Hall, at Reply

    Here’s why I think I like Khanna outside of his policies. He talks like a human being. there’s emotion in his voice.

    • Posted by Kazekoge101, at Reply

      Obama took PAC money, Khanna isn’t.

  13. Posted by carlos martinez, at Reply

    Now I’m really glad I persuaded my parents to vote for him. I myself just missed the chance to vote but this video is really awesome since he is my congressman. GG

    • Posted by dt3sh, at Reply

      carlos martinez That’s awesome Carlos!

  14. Posted by Julio Barbosa, at Reply

    Has Ro taken money?

    hindu nuffin

    • Posted by benagon, at Reply

      Julio Barbosa he started out as a repulican ran for congress lost, changed parties to a democrat, ran for congress and lost, then became a bernie supporter because Mike Honda supported Hillary. he has spent more than a decade running for congress, he is not a corprate democrat. He is a tech democrat. which might be worst

    • Posted by Julio Barbosa, at Reply

      benagon Thank you for shiting on my joke.

    • Posted by Braxtyn Frechette, at Reply

      Julio Barbosa yes go to open secrets

  15. Posted by Darc Devel, at Reply

    The conservative comments are so ridiculous… We have:

    1) Captain Buggy claiming that just because Cenk is from Turkish decent that he’s somehow responsible for the Armenian genecide that happened before he was even born. Should I also attribute every massacre that happened under the British to you? Clearly, your own logic dictates you should be hung for all the crap your ancestors did before you were even born….
    2) Jack Hansen claiming Ro Khanna isn’t honest and gives no explanation or evidence of why he believes that…

    It seems obvious to me that the answer to both is “Cenk and Ro Khanna aren’t white, thus they’re evil” which is basically what 90% of conservative belief boils down to…. It’s really pathetic.

    • Posted by Shadowman4710, at Reply

      You’re being disingenuous here. You know perfectly well that in American usage (and I assume in the UK and other English speaking countries) a “young turk” is someone who challenges the established order. It’s been common usage for decades. At the time Cenk founded this network he was in his early 30s and of Turkish descent. It was clearly a play on words and imbeciles bringing up an ethnic cleansing gone out of control 100 years instead of actually knowing something about world history is just ridiculous.

    • Posted by ImFAULKn, at Reply

      Darc Devel your wrong buddy thats not the reason. google young turk and youll get where im coming from

  16. Posted by kristabella222, at Reply

    We need more Democrats like Ro Khanna.

    • Posted by Teresa Butts, at Reply

      kristabella222 We just need more people, period, like Ro Khanna. In every field of human endevor.

    • Posted by Listenbuddy1, at Reply

      We need more Republicans like Donald Trump. Screw RINO’s, Progressives, and libs.

    • Posted by MrInuhanyou123, at Reply

      Listenbuddy1 be trolling. You gotta be

  17. Posted by AkilTheAwesome, at Reply

    Justice Democrats has just been legitimized in the eyes of the establishment. The reckoning is coming. They are scared. They should be.

    • Posted by AkilTheAwesome, at Reply

      I AM SYLAR ….. TYT is covering the DNC Lawsuit…….

    • Posted by Arya Stark, at Reply

      FOR GONDOR!!!

  18. Posted by Danny J, at Reply

    Ro Ro Ro your party, away from the mainstream. Money out of politics, it’s not just a dream.

    • Posted by Takezo Shinmen, at Reply

      @Danny J
      I’m glad I scrolled this far down the comment section to find this gold nugget.

    • Posted by Danny J, at Reply

      Takezo Shinmen Thank you kind sir.

  19. Posted by PKNHET, at Reply

    Congrats to Ro Khanna for standing up to Reza Aslan for the his negative betrayal of Hinduism whilst at the same time constantly apologising for islam

    • Posted by Asham Saud, at Reply

      Negative betrayal , is betrayal positive too

    • Posted by PKNHET, at Reply

      Yea should be negatively betrayed

  20. Posted by Nishit Raj, at Reply

    I love this guy… wish we had politicians like him in my country!

    P.S : Would be cherry topping if Justice Dems can rope in Tulsi Gabbard