Posts Tagged ‘New Age’

Marianne Williamson Fires Staff, Shifts Campaign to Astral Plane

January 3, 2020
Marianne Williamson Fires Staff, Shifts Campaign to Astral Plane

Williamson 2020 Campaign HQ

Presidential candidate, spiritual guru, and professional inspirational speaker Marianne Williamson has dismissed her entire campaign staff, apparently retreating into her power pyramid with some favorite crystals. A sententiousself-centered New Age Donald Trump, she had previously espoused alarming views on vaccination, depression, and AIDS. Even so, she qualified for the first few Democratic debates in 2019.

More:

“Marianne Williamson lays off 2020 campaign staff nationwide,” Hunter Woodall and Alexandra Jaffe, AP, via Washington Post

Related:

“The Iowa Town Where Marianne Williamson Is Already President,” Adam Wren, Politico

Update:

“Marianne Williamson drops out of Democratic presidential race,” Amy B Wang, Washington Post

“Why Marianne Williamson’s Unconventional Presidential Bid Didn’t Catch On,” Nathaniel Rakich, FiveThirtyEight

“Marianne Williamson Has Mindfully Dropped Out,” Bridget Read, The Cut

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Marianne Williamson’s Creepy, Cosmic Campaign

August 1, 2019

Marianne Williamson's Cosmic Campaign

Professional inspirational speaker Marianne Williamson is being praised for praticing her profession at the Democratic Presidential Debates, where she clearly does not belong. She spouts empty sound bites like a sententious, self-centered New Age Donald Trump, and has espoused dangerous views on vaccination, depression, and AIDS.  Ms. Williamson got rich as a spritual guru, so if you feel the urge to give her campaign $5, please burn some sage and gaze into a crystal instead.

More:

“Marianne Williamson isn’t funny. She’s scary.” Zack Beauchamp, Vox

“Marianne Williamson won the debate and we’re probably all doomed,” Brian Boyle, Los Angeles Times

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Marianne Williamson’s Aura Pervades Democratic Debate

June 28, 2019
Marianne Williamson Aura Pervades Debate

Marianne Williamson Campaign Headquarters, Washington DC

On NBC’s live Democratic debate telecast last night, only Marianne Williamson had the vision to say the country doesn’t need any stinking plans, it needs a better bumper sticker.

“I tell you one thing, it’s nice if we have all these plans, but if you think we beat Donald Trump by having all these plans. He didn’t win by having a plan. He just said ‘Make America Great Again.'”

More:

“Marianne Williamson Went Full Goop at the Democratic Debate,” Esther Wang, Jezebel

“The 4 Kookiest Marianne Williamson Moments From The Debate,” Caitlin MacNeal, TalkingPointsMemo

“Marianne Williamson’s Weirdest, Most Wonderful Debate Moments,” Matt Stieb, New York Magazine

“Marianne Williamson’s ‘girlfriend’ call to New Zealand and her other best moments in the debates,” Emily Stewart, Vox

“Marianne Williamson brings love, peace and a distaste for ‘plans’ to the debate stage,” Caitlin Oprysko, Politico

“‘Has anyone tried fixing America with crystals and bee pollen?’: Late-night hosts tackle Marianne Williamson’s surprising debate performance,” Allyson Chiu, Washington Post

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