nearvideo-Marianne Williamson: “The system is even more damaged than I knew,’
2020 presidential candidate and author Marianne Williamson describes what she’s learned from running for President.
The democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson said, “everyone had a bad night” on Tuesday, Democratic presidential debate, and the candidates’ weak performances in front of the American people, why they fall out of the race.
In an op-ed she wrote for The “Washington Post” on Wednesday, Williamson — you meet the criteria to participate in the fourth round of the debate-they said the event was “a lot of things, but it was not exciting.”
“If anything, it reduced to a few very nice people, the behavior of their mothers probably do not increased to engage,” Williamson wrote. “The woman, the demands of the feminist ideal, the most vicious to other women? The young people can show the greatest arrogance towards those with decades of experience under your belt? The smart person can, at best, a complex issue reduce it to pabulum for the masses?”
You sarcastically accused the candidates of the recruitment of the “brilliant” strategy for the involvement of the public ” by giving them the worst of who we are.”
The wellness author and spiritual guru acknowledged that they should not be on the stage last night, and she showed with the finger to the Democratic National Committee (DNC) for the narrowing of the field of candidates “in the moment, where it to open.”
“The process of placing a political straitjacket on our PV-system, the control of the process by money-and ridiculous rules, the party, you risk a disaster,” Williamson wrote, and that “this [the debate contains] only his preordained category of people, to discuss their selected category of themes shapes, [and] is placed before the American people for the test as a contender for the nomination, against President Trump — has created a false, spurious piece of high school theater, as the Democratic debates.”
MARIANNE WILLIAMSON: “THE SYSTEM IS DAMAGED MORE THAN I KNEW,’
“This,” she wrote, “all want to be funny, if it were not so dangerous.”
“For reasons that are not easy to detect, the Democrats are held to smell to a higher standard by the American people, even though they have a bad reputation and a couple of spectacular failures in the rule, well, a rat. Try as you might, seems to throw people off the scent, the DNC and their media friends to create the stench of inauthenticity at precisely the moment when some flaming should be truths.”
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Williamson said that political insiders, para are decoding a “repackaged” the democratic process, as a “faux democracy.”
When, she asked herself a question in the third person about whether or not, it’s time for you to drop-out, wrote to Williamson: “After the debate on Tuesday night, are you kidding me?”
“Let me get this right. You think that a sanitized wish-list of Democratic proposals, focused just enough to be attractive for people in their own interest, but not anywhere near a serious discussion about what hurts us, is to go to the defeat of the Republicans? You think that your 2016 redux, with no trace of self-reflection about what created the disaster from last time, is in the fight against the specter of neo-fascism? Well, I don’t think,” she wrote.
“If our political gatekeepers keep, lock the gate, then the people themselves will unlock.”
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