Marianne Williamson ‘unsuspends’ 2024 presidential campaign, rips Biden after Michigan primary

Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson said Wednesday morning that she would return to the 2024 race, just three weeks after announcing she was suspending her campaign, and called Republican front-runner Donald Trump a “fascist.” and insisted that President Biden cannot defeat him in November.

The best-selling author and self-help guru won 3% of the vote in Tuesday’s Michigan Democratic primary, defeating Biden’s challenger, Rep. Dean Phillips (D-Minn.). Only 2.7% was obtained.

“As of today, I am lifting the suspension of my campaign for President of the United States. I suspended it because we were losing horse races, but there are far more important things at stake here than horse races.” and williamson said in Xclaimed that “a fascist is standing at the door.”

Marianne Williamson speaks at a campaign event at Teatotaller’s Cafe on January 17, 2024 in Concord, New Hampshire. AFP (via Getty Images)

The 71-year-old then launched a blistering attack on Biden, calling it “delusional” to believe he had a chance of defeating Trump in November and calling the entire campaign a “slow-motion car crash.” Ta.

“What is President Biden offering? “He said, “Let’s get the job done…” Beyond saying, “You know, the economy is doing really well,” what’s he saying? ” Williamson claimed that only 20% of Americans are doing well financially.

Marianne Williamson campaigns at a coffee shop in Portsmouth, New Hampshire on March 9, 2023. AFP (via Getty Images)

The strong candidate argues that “to respond to Donald Trump’s dark vision, the United States needs to have not just a military academy, but also a peace academy,” and supports a ceasefire in the Middle East and He argued that reparations should be paid to the descendants of American slaves. possibility. ”

“We need to lead this country in a direction of hope and possibility and renewal. That’s the vision to defeat Donald Trump, not ‘Let’s get the job done,'” she said.

Mr. Williamson visits SiriusXM studios in New York City on September 19, 2023. Getty Images

Williamson had suspended his campaign after finishing third behind Biden and “none of these candidates” in the Nevada Democratic primary.

“At the end of the day, I think the only real failure in life is not learning from it,” Williamson said at the time. “I have already learned so much and I know I will learn even more. Processing this experience will be an ongoing journey in itself, and forgiveness will guide me.”

Mr. Williamson entered the campaign in March 2023, becoming Mr. Biden’s first challenger to re-election. She also ran for the Democratic nomination in 2020, suspending her campaign in January of the same year, when she endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).

Williamson received just over 22,000 votes in Michigan, but that total dwarfed the more than 100,000 people who voted as “irresponsible” in protest of Biden’s Middle East policies.



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