Everyone loved Marianne Williamson’s Thursday night vibes.


    It is 2021, president Marianne Williamson was asked about her first call to a foreign leader, it was really good to know her pick. She picked up new Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern,  who has said this her first goal is to make this country the best place for children to grow up.

    The picture which Williamson has painted on Thursday Democratic debate clearly made her different from other candidates. When she was asked about what she is the first thing she is going to do when she is elected as the President. It was not the kind of answer that her rivals would have given, nor the type of answer that any presidential candidate who ever made it onto a debate stage has given, this answer clearly shows that how different she is.

    Marianne is a self helped author who does not like to describe as a Guru as her campaign told reporters at the press release last week.
    Which she has called for a moral and spiritual awakening to recover our soul from the trumps presidency, and this was the same vibe that she has created at the debate in Miami.

    Last Wednesday Marianne Williamson’s dancing video go viral all over the social media, and one of the users captioned it as “Marianne Williamson’s preparation for her tomorrow’s debate.

    The type of vibe Williamson created at the debate motivated many viewers; many viewers found it fascinating. And her performance collected a lot of strong reaction online. She got a lot of support for her to become president.

    And the way she summarized her debate was the best from her speech. She ended her speech by targeting president Donald Trump. She said her campaigns main idea is to defeat Donald Trump in this race. She said “So Mr. President, if you’re listening, I want you to hear me please: You have harnessed fear for political purposes, and only love can cast that out,” she said. “So I, sir, I have a feeling you know what you’re doing. I’m going to harness a love for political purposes. I will meet you on that field, and sir, love will win.”