Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson took a victory round on Wednesday and wrote on Instagram that she wants her fans to put the crown on the metal after a dominant performance in Tuesday's Democratic primary debate
& # 39; We must now run the rockets at full speed !!!! & # 39; she wrote.
Williamson captured the DailyMail.com home page on the screen when the banner headline reads: & # 39; A STAR IS BORN & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I was actually born in 1952, but I understand their drive, & # 39; she joked.
Williamson appeared on CNN during the afternoon to take advantage of the momentum picked up in the first of two nights of democratic debate. She said she had heard nothing from Hillary Clinton, and Oprah Winfrey does not advise her.
Oprah started Williamson's career with a series of television appearances. Williamson was once commonly referred to as the & # 39; spiritual adviser & # 39; from the TV legend, a claim she disputed on Wednesday.
And she said Oprah doesn't advise her while she runs to the White House.
& # 39; No. No no no no no. Oprah? No, absolutely not, & she said. & # 39; And Oprah is a very serious woman, and I would never want to exploit whatever that contact is, in any way. & # 39;
Breakout star: Marianne Williamson screened DailyMail.com & # 39; s report of her debate performance and thanked supporters for & # 39; energy, money, prayer, encouragement, and support of all types while & # 39; set the rockets to full speed & # 39;
Williamson said on CNN that old friend and confidant Oprah Winfrey is not advising her because she is applying
& # 39; No. No no no no no. Oprah? No. Absolutely not, & Williams said for decades about her girlfriend, insisting that they do not strategize together
The 67-year-old self-help guru tried to thread a difficult needle on CNN that hung over her on Tuesday night: the close midfield between liberals who want a payer, a government-run health care system and moderators who see that as a losing issue in a general election.
Williamson said she tends to let Americans keep private insurance if they want to.
& # 39; As a friend of mine said: & # 39; Americans want to put mustard on their hot dog if they want to put mustard on their hot dog & # 39;. & # 39;
Asked if she would give people the option to put mustard on their hot dogs, she replied: & # 39; I'm sorting that out. & # 39; She claimed that & # 39; economically speaking, it would be better if we were to get rid of private health insurance completely. & # 39;
Williamson insisted that the Democratic Party needs an outsider to win in 2020, in much the same way that Donald Trump started the Republican natural order four years ago.
& # 39; Sometimes people are more interested in their club than in their business, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; There is a deep-seated way of seeing and doing things that didn't work last time, and this time it won't work unless people are open to some ideas that may not be the ones they already have carry. & # 39;
On Instagram, the striking star of Tuesday's debate thanked its supporters for delivering & # 39; energy, money, prayer, encouragement, and support for every kind. This is and remains a collective effort. & # 39;
Williamson told a 10-year-old reporter, Jeffrey Kraft, from Culver City, CA, Tuesday night that her cat was dead when he asked her if she would have pets in the White House if she became president
Cub reporter Jeffrey Kraft, who was there as part of non-profit KidScoopMedia, asked if she had a pet, to which she replied: & # 39; I had a cat and the cat died. & # 39; She added after an uncomfortable moment: & The White House is very large. Theoretically you can have a cat and a dog & # 39;
Some compared the moment to an episode of The Simpsons in which daughter Lisa writes a poem full of fear about losing her own pet. & # 39; I had a cat named Snowball, she died, she died, & # 39; she says. & # 39; Mom said she was sleeping. She lied, she lied & # 39;
& # 39; I hope that those of you who have contributed to the campaign feel that I am doing with your money and support what you want me to do. Please continue to deliver the fuel to keep it running. & # 39;
Williamson captured most of the post-debate oxygen Tuesday night in Detroit, after her unconventional performance on stage with & # 39; spinroom & # 39; comments wagging tongues – including a comment for a 10-year-old cub reporter about her dead cat .
She spoke to young Jeffrey Kraft from the non-profit KidScoopMedia and asked a question about what kind of pet she would bring to the White House.
& # 39; I had a cat and the cat died, & # 39; Williamson replied. She added after an uncomfortable moment: & The White House is very large. Theoretically you can have a cat and a dog. & # 39;
She also told Kraft that if she became president she would establish a section for children and young people in the White House.
& # 39; You inspire me whatever, & # 39; she said to the young reporter. & # 39; And when I'm president, it's all about the kids. & # 39;
Author Marianne Williamson left her mark on the spin room and took a lot of attention after becoming the star of the first night of the Democratic debates in Detroit
While talking to a reporter after the debate, she said she & # 39; dirty & # 39; was because she agreed with the more moderate candidate John Delaney about healthcare
Williamson gushed about & # 39; forgiveness & # 39; and & # 39; love & # 39; as an antidote to President Donald Trump, but would not judge her debate performance.
Instead, she said, she would wait to see how politically Twitter reacted: & # 39; I'll tell you later when I see the memes. & # 39;
It is an unusual approach for a 67-year-old candidate who is better known for her love of crystals and New Age spirituality than health care policies and economic strategy.
Williamson is considered a long-standing candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, against experienced politicians, including senators and governors.
But political viewers have warned that in 2016 discounting outsider Donald Trump left experts and opinion pollers with eggs on their faces.
WHAT THEY SAID … SOME HIGHLIGHTS OF MARIANNE WILLIAMSON
If you think that something of this conceit is going to cope with this dark psychic power of the collectivist hatred that this president evokes in this country, I am afraid that the Democrats will experience some very dark days.
She also said that he used & # 39; fear for political purposes, and only love can eject that & # 39;
About how to win
Our job is to generate an enormous wave of energy, nourished and navigated by us, the people, so powerful that all threats to our democracy are removed. True fear has been used for political purposes, it is our job to use love
About her debate rivals
I don't think the Democratic Party should be surprised that so many Americans believe – & # 39; Yada, yada, yada & # 39;
If you did the 40-hectare math and a mule, given that there were 4 million to 5 million slaves at the end of the civil war, four to five – and they were all promised 40 hectares and a mule for every family of four, if you were doing math today, it would be trillions of dollars. And I believe that just under $ 100 billion is an insult.
Williamson became the most searched candidate on Google in 49 of the 50 US states in the hours following Tuesday night's debate, the first of two consecutive events with 10 White House-hopeful every night.
As she occupied the second shortest talk time in eight minutes and 52 seconds, Williamson dominated a Drudge Report poll with more than 47 percent of the readers who declared her the winner of the debate.
She sent online discussions, both for her wayward ways and jargon and for her policy ideas.
Perhaps Williamson's most impactful moment was her comment about President Donald Trump who & # 39; dark psychic powers & # 39; inspired.
Her remarks about reparations of slavery and her blow to Trump as the source of a & # 39; dark psychic power of collectivist hatred & # 39; in the US, new fans seemed to be looking for candidates.
And her solution to political difficulties was, she said: "Where fear is used for political purposes, it is our job to harness love."
She later told DailyMail.com that & # 39; racism, intolerance, anti-Semitism, homophobia [s] Islamophobia & # 39; which are dark forces, & # 39; the same elements that form collective hatred almost everywhere in history & # 39 ;.
& # 39; The person who is powerless at that time. And who is not powerless, the person who is the autocratic or fascist leader they can choose. This is nothing new in history. Americans should wake up to this, & she said.
Williamson's plea to the president on Tuesday was that he has used & # 39; fear for political purposes, and only love can eject that & # 39 ;.
She did not seem to lose her liberal street scene by adopting a pragmatic approach to health care instead of embracing Medicare For All-funded proposals from left-wing residents Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders.
Before the debate began, most states were looking for Bernie Sanders on Google, and some were looking for Elizabeth Warren and Marianne Williamson. The searches of some states favored the candidates from there. Including Montana, who usually investigates Steve Bullock, who is the governor there, and Minnesotans looking for Amy Klobuchar, who is senator for the state
During the debate, however, 49 states were most looking for Williamson. The only deviation was Montana, the third least populated US state, which was still looking for Bullock
The 2020 candidate also said she would only judge her performance if she saw how the Twitter world reacted in memes
There is an entire Twitter account dedicated to creating memes with Williamson as the subject. One portrayed that America would focus on Williamson during the debates with the other shocked primary Democrats, she garnered that attention
Another meme refers to her debate commentary in which she said that Trump is the source of a & # 39; dark psychic power of collectivist hatred & # 39;
Another account placed an altered image of Williamson with her arms in the air and processed crystals in her hands and put the words & # 39; Single-Payer Health Crystals 2020 & # 39; as a slogan of the parody campaign
Avid Trump supporter, former Arkansas governor, Mike Huckabee, joked that he would now support Williamson and claimed that he already caressed & # 39; a crystal & # 39; and & # 39; sang aloud & # 39 ;. & # 39; She has the groove! & # 39; he posted on Tuesday evening
She then raised eyebrows on the left by acknowledging that leaning on centrists from the Democratic Party like John Delaney made her uncomfortable.
& # 39; When I said what I said, I felt dirty after I said it, & # 39; Williamson told the progressive broadcaster Cenk Uygur.
& # 39; I have to say to myself: & # 39; You agree with John Delaney here, you are really drawn here & # 39;! & # 39;
Her dead cat moment in the spin room after the debate drew online comparisons with a moment from & # 39; The Simpsons & # 39; in which daughter Lisa writes a poem filled with fear about losing her own pet.
& # 39; I had a cat named Snowball, she died, she died, & # 39; she says. & # 39; Mom said she was sleeping. She lied, she lied. & # 39;
& # 39; Why oh why is my cat dead? Couldn't that Chrysler hit me? & # 39;
But it was health care that caused most of her search for souls.
& # 39; I'm going back and forth across Medicare, & # 39; Williamson told DailyMail.com after the debate.
& # 39; But I don't know. From tonight I may be – I think the needle may move a little more. If I even use the word & # 39; public option & # 39; name, light up my phone with texts from friends [saying] & # 39; Yaaaaaagh! & # 39;
& # 39; But I am worried because I do hear the argument that people do not want to give up their [private] health insurance. I see both sides of it, & she said
While Williamson taught her opponents how to prevent Republicans from outsmarting them in healthcare Tuesday night, her voice suddenly jumped to octaves.
& # 39; I have to say, I am normally there with Bernie and Elizabeth about this, & # 39; she said. But an unexpected vocal tic made it sound like: & # 39; I'm normally a lot there. & # 39;
Former Arkansas governor, Mike Huckabee, an avid supporter of President Donald Trump and father of former Trump press secretary Sarah Sanders, joked about Williamson's performance and said he might switch to supporting her in 2020.
& # 39; I can give up my support of @realDonaldTrump and go with Marianne Willamson, & # 39; he joked. & # 39; I already lit a candle, smashed a crystal, went into yoga poses, took a deep breath and sang out loud and now I feel real love. She has the groove! & # 39;
Marianne Williamson's biggest debut hits – including a & # 39; Seinfeld & # 39; hat tip and a YODEL
Only one other democrat spoke less than new-age guru Marianne Williamson during the primary debate on July 30, 2019, but she made the most of her time and then dominated online discussion with quips, quotables – and even a jodel.
& # 39; DARK PSYCHIAN FORCES & # 39;
Williamson warned against replacing policy-based intellectual discussions for emotional calls to thwart President Trump's use of racially charged language:
& # 39; If you think that something of this arrogance is going to tackle the dark psychic power of the collective hatred that this president calls in this country, I am afraid that the Democrats will face some very dark days. & # 39;
& # 39; EMOTIONAL TURBULENCE & # 39; FROM SLAVERY
Williamson defended her recommendation to spend no less than $ 500 billion in paying repairs to the descendants of African slaves:
& # 39;People heal when truth is told deeply. We must acknowledge that when it comes to the economic gap between blacks and whites in America, it comes from a major injustice that has never been addressed. This major injustice has to do with the fact that 250 years of slavery was followed by another hundred years of domestic terrorism.
& # 39; Why am I qualified to say $ 200 billion to $ 500 billion? I will tell you what makes me qualified. If you did the 40-hectare math and a mule, given that there were 4 million to 5 million slaves at the end of the civil war, four to five – and they were all promised 40 hectares and a mule for every family of four, if you were doing math today, it would be trillions of dollars. And I believe that just under $ 100 billion is an insult.
& # 39; And I believe that $ 200 billion to $ 500 billion is politically feasible today, because so many Americans realize that there remains an injustice that continues to be toxic below the surface, an emotional turbulence that will only heal reparations. & # 39;
ONE & # 39; SEINFELD & # 39; MOMENT
When asked about gun violence, Williamson collected it in a longer list of Democratic bugbears that she thinks could be defeated by taking their money from the American political system. She ended with a hat-tip for a 1997 episode of & # 39; Seinfeld & # 39 ;:
& # 39; The issue of arms security is, of course, that the NRA keeps us in trouble, but so are the pharmaceutical companies, the health insurers, the fossil fuel companies and the defense companies, and none of these will change until we either adopt a constitutional amendment or adopt legislation that establish public financing for federal campaigns.
& # 39; But for politicians, including my fellow candidates, who have themselves received tens of thousands – and in some cases hundreds of thousands – of dollars from the same corporate donors to think that they now have the moral authority to say we are I think the Democratic Party will not be surprised that so many Americans believe – "Yada, yada, yada". & # 39;
While Williamson was teaching her opponents how to prevent Republicans from outwitting them in healthcare, her voice suddenly jumped to octaves:
& # 39; I have to say, I am normally there with Bernie and Elizabeth about this, & # 39; she said. But an unexpected vocal tic made it sound like & i'm normal way-ee-ay over there. & # 39;
& # 39; Is Marianne Williamson paying for her campaign with the coins from her necklace? & # 39; Twitter is stunned by the quirky jewelry of the New Age author
Twitter was amazed on Tuesday by the quirky jewelry choice of Marianne Williamson
She was the outbreak of the third democratic debate on Tuesday.
But on Twitter many were more concerned with Marianne Williamson's unusual jewelry choice.
The New Age author wore a usual charm necklace, with four gold coins and a gold tag, for the event in which she referred to Donald Trump as a & # 39; dark psychic power & # 39; on the land.
Williamson, mocked in the past for her love of crystals and New Age spirituality, was once again plagued for the fashion choice when viewers on Twitter thought about what it might represent.
Matt Negrin joked on Twitter: & Marianne Williamson uses her final statement to explain that the three medallions on her necklace are the sacred sheaths that contain the souls of the three banshees she imprisoned in the Fifth Empire. & # 39;
& # 39; On every coin on Marianne Williamson's necklace is the name of one of Gwyneth Paltrow's ex-boyfriends and the reason why they broke up & # 39 ;, Rachel Seville Tashjian added.
Another Twitter user named Andrew Chloyd Webber asked: & # 39; Is Marianne Williamson paying for her campaign with the coins from her chain? & # 39;
& # 39; Marianne is a witch look at that necklace, & # 39; tweeted James Patrick Creahan.
The New Age author wore a usual charm necklace, with four gold coins and a gold tag, for the event where she referred to Donald Trump as a & # 39; dark psychic power & # 39; on the land
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