Marianne Williamson says she & # 39; dirty & # 39; was because she agreed with moderates about health care in debate
Marianne Williamson made her unique impact on the & # 39; spin-room & # 39; after the Democratic debates on Tuesday evening and claimed that she would judge her performance after seeing the memes focus on her appearance.
As a result of some of her more bizarre comments and unconventional tactics, Williamson has become a common subject of these viral images that display a comic image, accompanied by a quote or sentence.
Asked by a CNN reporter how she thought she was doing during the Detroit, Michigan Tuesday night debates, she laughed at her answer: & # 39; I'll tell you later when I see the memes. & # 39;
She also told The Young Turkish reporter Cenk Uygur that she & # 39; dirty & # 39; felt after she agreed with the main competitor of 2020, John Delaney.
While talking to a reporter, she said she & # 39; dirty & # 39; was because she agreed with the more moderate candidate John Delaney about healthcare
Author Marianne Williamson made her mark on the spin room in some interesting exchanges. She claimed that she would review her debate performance after taking a look at the memes created by her appearance
She admitted on stage that she agreed to still offer the public option, a departure from more progressive candidates such as Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren (both depicted in the middle)
& # 39; I didn't agree with your Medicare for All answer, but you did kill it for a few other things, & # 39; said Uygur, the progressive outlet reporter.
& # 39; You know I want you to know: when I said what I said, I felt dirty after I said it, & # 39; Williamson replied.
& # 39; I have to say to myself: & # 39; You agree with John Delaney here, you are really drawn here – & # 39;
She admitted to Uygur that she & # 39; still a little bit & # 39; has a problem with & # 39; the insurance behavior & # 39 ;.
"I'm going back and forth on Medicare," Williamson told DailyMail.com after the debates. & # 39; But I don't know, from tonight maybe, I think the needle might move a little more. If I even mention the word public option, my phone lights up with texts from friends (saying) & # 39; Yaaah! & # 39; But I'm worried because I hear the argument that people don't want to give up their health insurance. I see both sides of it. & # 39;
Williamson said she felt the health talk on the first night of the Detroit debates help to move the needle in her favor – although she agreed with Delaney.
Both contenders are long-shot candidates who regularly survey with less than 1 percent support from likely Democratic primary voters.
However, when appearing on stage with 10 candidates for the second round of primary debates, both seemed to be making their mark.
Despite her eccentric attitude and mostly polling with less than 1 percent support, Williamson made her mark Tuesday night and became the most googled candidate during the first night of the Detroit debates
According to Google Analytics, Williamson was the most wanted candidate during the debate, although the night's failure revealed that the non-politician received the least questions and the least transmission time.
She told DailyMail.com after the event: & I had a relevant conversation and I hope people thought I was going a little deeper. My frustration with the political establishment is that the conversation is often very superficial. It is usually very superficial. It is usually about external fixes ad nausea, and not about underlying causes. Not going into the deeper psychological emotional areas, telling radical truth, that is necessary and that worries me a lot. & # 39;
She also regretted feeling that she could have had & # 39; a little more time & # 39 ;.
Even after the conclusion of the debate, the author spoke with a 10-year-old boy who had a question for her: & # 39; Do you have a pet? & # 39;
& # 39; I had a cat and the cat died, & # 39; the eccentric candidate replied.
Some on social media took pleasure in this exchange by sharing images of the animated sitcom The Simpsons, where the daughter, Lisa Simpson, writes a poem about her deceased cat.
& # 39; I had a cat named Snowball & # 39 ;, is the poem. & # 39; She died, she died. Mom said she was sleeping. She lied, she lied. Why oh why is my cat dead? Couldn't that Chrysler hit me? & # 39;
Her spin-room and comments after the debate were all a continuation of her attention-grabbing performance.
During the debate, she warned her colleagues & # 39; s and listeners about the & # 39; dark psychic power & # 39; of collective hatred.
Williamson explained the sentence to DailyMail.com in the spin room in Detroit.
& # 39; What are the dark psychological forces? Racism, intolerance, anti-Semitism, homophobia, Islamophobia, the same elements that form hatred almost everywhere in history, & she said. & # 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. & # 39;
Williamson was focused in the first debate on more spiritual elements of her platform. She ended her performance by saying: & # 39; Mr. Mr President, if you listen, I want you to hear me please: you have used fear for political purposes and only love can eject it. & # 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 claimed he could switch to support for 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;
One of the three CNN hosts, Jake Tapper, asked Williamson to consider the plan to effectively replace Obamacare after some heated talks from both the progressive senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders who want to get rid of the current system and replace it with a Medicare for All subscription.
& # 39; I have to say that I am all the way there with Bernie and Elizabeth, & # 39; she said, clearly looking back at the issue.
But she also referred to the critics of the liberal couple, who launched attacks on Tuesday evening.
& # 39; I hear the others and I'm worried about & # 39 ;, she admitted.
& # 39; And I'm worried about what the Republicans would say, and that's not just a Republican conversation, & # 39; she went on. & # 39; I worry that it will be difficult, I worry that it will be harder to win, and I worry that it will be harder to rule. & # 39;
& # 39; If that is our big fight, the Republicans will shut us down, & # 39; she warned.
An online observer immediately compared her pitch to yodeling.
& # 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
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.
Twitter was amazed on Tuesday by the quirky jewelry choice of Marianne Williamson
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 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
Williamson, mocked in the past for her love of crystals and New Age spirituality, was once again plagued by the fashion choice while viewers were thinking about Twitter
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