Published: Sun, January 12, 2020
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Marianne Williamson Ends 2020 Campaign

Marianne Williamson Ends 2020 Campaign

Author Marianne Williamson ended her 2020 Democratic presidential campaign on Friday after failing to gain traction in a crowded Democratic field. "As the caucuses and primaries are about to begin, we will not be able to garner enough votes in the elections to raise our conversation more than it now is". I also understand some of the skepticism that abounds today about drugs which are rushed to market by Big Pharma. I feel that we have done that.

She concluded: "Finally, these are not times to despair; they are simply times to rise up".

"Things are changing swiftly and dramatically in this country, and I have faith that something is awakening among us", Willimason added, promising that "love will prevail".

And even though Williamson's favorable rating increased by 9 points after the first two debates (according to an average of polls conducted August 1-25), her unfavorable rating increased more - by 16 points.

"The racism, the bigotry, and the entire conversation that we're having here tonight - if you think any of this wonkiness is going to deal with this dark psychic force of the collectivized hatred that this president is bringing up in this country, then I'm afraid that the Democrats are going to see some very dark days".


The New Age Guru's online fan base has become unofficially known as the "gang orb", linking niche internet subcultures in a memo-fueled campaign about Williamson's past encouragement for followers to follow. heal through mindfulness rather than medicine.

A spiritual adviser who's written self-help books, who often spoke of love as the ideal strategy for challenging President Donald Trump in November, is the 14th Democratic candidate to quit the race.

Additionally, Williamson was accused of telling people with HIV/AIDS in the 1980s spiritualism would cure them of the fatal disease, although she had insisted on the campaign trail she had only sought to comfort people afflicted with the deadly virus when medical help was limited.

The longshot candidate had laid off her staff earlier this month and had not qualified for recent Democratic presidential debates. The 67-year-old politician previously unsuccessfully ran as an independent candidate for California's 33rd congressional district in 2014.

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