Marianne Williamson

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Marianne Williamson is a New Age guru. She is a co-founder of the globalist Peace Alliance, part of the support network for the Soros-funded international communist front organization, the Global Strategy of Nonviolence.[1]

Williamson is a spiritual advisor to Oprah Winfrey, the author of Illuminata and How To Plug In The Universe among several other books dispensing such sage advice as "when you have a bad thought, don't take any immediate actions, " and "love is what we are born with, fear is what we learn."[2] Williamson insists "Your body is merely your space station from whence you beam your love to the universe. Don't just relate to the station; relate to the beams." She has been referred to as the "Minister of Motivation and Miracles" and a "New Age flake".[3]

Williamson is a loser of California's 33rd Congressional district (Beverly Hills) in 2014; Williamson ran as an Independent and lost to Democrat Ted Lieu, who believes that Black people are stupid.[4] The district has a median income of $105,200, is 68.5% White, only 2.8% Black, 11.2% Hispanic, 13.5% Asian including Indians, Pakistanis and Arabs.

In early 2019 Williamson announced her candidacy for the 2020 presidential election. She is a limousine liberal who supports totalitarian healthcare, the pseudoscientific war on cow farts, and racially divisive reparations. She hopes to bring "moral and spiritual awakening" to the United States. Williamson said "Mr. President...You have harnessed fear for political purposes and only love can cast that out. So I, sir....I'm going to harness love for political purposes. I will meet you on that field. And, sir, love will win." Calls 4th of July celebrations "Heartbreaking."

Williamson has been vocally critical of anti-thoughts and prayers haters, tweeting: “Millions of people today are praying that [Hurricane] Dorian turn away from land, and treating those people with mockery or condescension because they believe it could help is part of how the overly secularized Left has lost lots of voters.”[5]

2020 presidential campaign

Main article: 2020 presidential election

Williamson expressed shock to discover liberals are 'mean and lie'.[6] Off camera Williamson said, "It’s such a bizarre world. You know I’m such a lefty. I mean, I’m a serious lefty but they are so — I understand why people on the right called them godless — I mean, it’s like, I didn’t think the left was as mean as the right, they are.[7] And "What does it say that the conservatives are nicer to me? I’m a serious lefty but they are so — I understand why people on the right called them godless — I mean, it’s like, I didn’t think the left was as mean as the right, they are.[8]

Fox News' Greg Gutfeld calls her America's sweetheart. Williamson wants to bring a "moral and spiritual awakening" to the United States. Williamson said, “For politicians, including my fellow candidates who themselves have taken tens of thousands and, in some cases, hundreds of thousands of dollars from these same corporate donors, to think that they now have the moral authority to say, ‘We’re going to take them on,’ I don’t think the Democratic Party should be surprised that so many Americans believe ‘yadda, yadda, yadda.’"

Williamson ended her campaign on January 10, 2020.[9]

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