Self-help author and activist Marianne Williamson has dropped out of the race to be the next United States president, after running a longshot campaign advocating an "agenda for peace" and a "spiritual awakening" for America.
She said in a note to supporters that she stayed in the race to try to take advantage of "every possible opportunity" to share her message.
In a post on her website, Williamson said: "We will not be able to collect enough votes in the elections to promote our conversation as we do now". And today there's a new one: no I don't support Scientology. I feel that we have done that.
But her campaign had attracted attention - and admirers - at times.
Williamson pledged to fully support the Democratic nominee. The primaries could be closely contested among the best candidates, and I don't want to prevent a progressive candidate from winning one of them. But as she grew a bit in stature, qualifying for several debates, advocacy groups began to point out her anti-vax stance, and her negative views on modern medicine, considering her more of a danger than the lark people were treating her as.
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After calling for an "outside-the-box" agenda, Marianne Williamson ended her campaign for president Friday, narrowing the Democratic field to 13 candidates.
Democratic primary voters tend to be more highly educated than the broader public, which might disabuse them of a candidate who has heterodox views on vaccines and antidepressants or who ridiculed the idea that "wonkiness is going to deal with this dark psychic force of the collectivized hatred that this president is bringing up in this country".
Williamson sought political office once before, in 2014 as an independent candidate for California's 33rd congressional District, but lost to then-Democratic incumbent Rep.
The New Age Guru's online fan base has become unofficially known as the "gang orb", linking niche internet subcultures in a memo-fueled campaign about Williamson's past encouragement for followers to follow. heal through mindfulness rather than medicine. "And yes....love will prevail", Williamson wrote at the end of her statement on Friday.
The author recently laid off her entire 2020 campaign staff, raising questions about how long she would remain in the race.