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Marianne Williamson echoes Andrew Yang, not to say your MIC was ‘on’ during the NBC debate

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Marianne Williamson has echo of your colleagues 2020 candidate Andrew Yang, complained that her microphone was on during the Thursday primaries last night’s debate.

Williamson was night interacting with fans on Twitter late on Friday and was asked about the “rumors” that the microphones do not work for certain candidates. You confirmed that you are one of them.

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“As much fun as I have, don’t laugh, all understand hilarious tweets about me today, the mic issue is fun, and Yes, it happened,” Williamson tweeted. “I tried to jump a couple of times and my microphone was not switched on. Mainly wanted to on the issue of race.”

NBC News did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment, but so far, all of the microphones denied were manipulated in response to Yang’s claim.

To “at any time during the debate, each candidate who turned off the microphone or mute said,” NBC News said in a statement.

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To speak to a group of supporters after the debate, Yang shared his disappointment about the little airtime, and suggested that he had some difficulty in jumping into the conversation.

“There were also a couple of times for info, where I talk to just started, like, ‘Hey, I would like to add something, there,” and my mic was on, like,” Yang. “And it is this kind of thing where – It’s not like if you began to speak, it takes over the convo. There is talk as I was, but nothing happened. And it was like, ‘Oh f – – -.’ So, that happens a bit.”

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Supporters of Yang, often referred to as the “Yang Gang” took to social media with the hashtag “#LetYangSpeak,” to be one of the biggest trends Friday on Twitter.

According to the New York Times, Yang is the least of your speech received time of all 20 participants in the two debates, clocking in at two minutes and 58 seconds. Williamson has the third, the least transmission time of four minutes and 58 seconds. Meanwhile, former Vice-President, Joe Biden, to the top of the area with 13 minutes and 19 seconds of speaking time, followed by Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif, 12 minutes and 16 seconds.

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