Marianne Williamson Drops Out Of Presidential Race: ‘Love Will Prevail’ | Andrea Mitchell | MSNBC


  1. you wonder why no one takes msnbc seriously, the most obscure candidate drops so they use it to tout klobachar who has as much chance as williamson

    1. msnbcs core viewers: weak, tatted up, half head shaved, ear gadge, giant black glasses, super triggered constantly and blame everything on Russian bots.

    2. That was the opinion of David Yepsen, Iowa PBS Host, “Iowa Press.” Or did you not notice that before commenting ignorantly?

    1. @ELmassive91 Ah, moronic, desperate, cowardly gaslighting. I hope you get the integrity you need, take a spine supplement, develop the rudimentary capacity for critical thinking, stop breast feeding and living with your parents, and find someone who isn’t revolted by you so that you can escape the life of miserable, putrid incel.

    1. Michilar ..she’s a proven performer in the Senate..not fair to marginalize her many progressive accomplishments

    2. @For Paws The late Senator Mccain was a proven performer in the Senate. That didn’t make him a Progressive.

    1. *Some of Donald Trump’s victims of sexual misconduct: Jessica Leeds (1980s) Kristin Anderson (1990s) Cathy Heller (1997) Temple Taggart McDowell (1997) Karena Virginia (1998) Mindy McGillivray (2003) Rachel Crooks (2005) Natasha Stoynoff (2005) Jessica Drake (2006) Ninni Laaksonen (2006) Burnett’s unnamed friend (2010) Cassandra Searles (2013) Bridget Sullivan (2000) Tasha Dixon (2001) Unnamed contestants (2001) Samantha Holvey (2006)*

  2. hilarious. bernie’s not my first pick but them talking about someone who won’t even hit 15% in iowa rather than talking about the frontrunner in iowa is kind of silly.

    1. Bernie is America’s best hope. We used to generally believe in this country that education and healthcare shouldn’t be capitalistic endeavors for the good of our society, and people weren’t so horrendously gouged for these basic services. America can still have capitalism in other areas without turning the citizenry into indentured servants and homeless tent people who die on the streets.

    2. @bellamoon Bernie is the most right on the most important issues, for sure. I do think however, that Warren is more likely to win the nomination as a unity candidate and is a true and effective fighter for many of the same issues. I also think warren will be healthy long enough to do this for two full terms, and that bernie’s age is a risk in the general election if a health issue should arise. In short, I’ll enthusiastically vote for either, but for the sake of my kids future I would wager on Warren as the right choice in the primary.

  3. Maybe Nancy will let her be one of the Impeachment Managers along with Pencil-Neck and Fartwell. They could have a seance in the Senate.

  4. To be fair, it rarely seemed like she was *in* the race. I’m surprised she bothered, her psychic powers should have clued her in to how this would go

    1. @Terry Tater Same, and same. Bernie should run her as VP. She’s kooky but actually less kooky than Warren, IMO.

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