HOT MIC VIDEO: Marianne Williamson Laments ‘Conservatives Are Nicer to Me’ Than ‘Godless’ Lefties

Fringe Democratic Party presidential candidate Marianne Williamson, who has developed a cult following for her new age beliefs, was caught speaking candidly about the cruel nature of the Left before an interview on “America This Week” with Eric Bolling.

Williamson has been excluded from the debate stage, and treated like a leper for going outside of the party orthodoxy on issues such as faith. She is astonished about how vicious her own side has become.

“What does it say that Fox News is nicer to me than the lefties are?” Williamson lamented in comments that were captured on a hot mic.

“What does it say that the conservatives are nicer to me? It’s such a bizarre world. You know, I’m such a lefty. I mean, I’m a serious lefty… I understand why people on the right call them godless,” she added.

“I didn’t think the Left was as mean as the Right. They are,” Williamson concluded.

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Williamson recently caught fire from left-wing Democrats over her support of faith in the face of Hurricane Dorian. She was taken aback by how openly hostile her own party had become against prayer, religion, and spirituality in general.

“Millions of us seeing Dorian turn away from land is not a wacky idea,” she said in another since-deleted tweet. “It is a creative use of the power of the mind. Two minutes prayer, visualization, meditation for those in the way of the storm.”

Williamson admitted that she may have been “naive” before she started to run for President, but she has learned a great deal about the true nature of the Left with the shabby and disrespectful treatment she has received.

“I didn’t think the left lied like this. I thought the right did that, I thought we were better,” Williamson said while appearing on a New Yorker podcast.

Williamson has emerged as perhaps the only Democrat who offers a message of love to counter the divisiveness of the rest of the field. Democrats, who once regularly used the catchphrase “love trumps hate,” are now officially the party of hate as they cannot tolerate one single candidate who deviates from their enraged consensus.

“When political systems and policies actually cause human suffering, then it becomes a spiritual as well as a political issue to interrupt that pattern, to disrupt it and to change course,” Williamson explained in an interview last week.

“Only in a realization of our oneness with others, can we feel at home in this world and at home with other people. It’s in cultivating a thought system, which isn’t so much difficult as it is different, but which repudiates the thinking of the world,” she said while describing her philosophies.

“It’s not about you but about extending who and what you are into the life of another,” Williamson added.

That type of spiritual, hopeful message is no longer acceptable within a Democratic Party mainstream that hates private enterprise, the Bill of Rights, traditional values, and everything that has made America great.

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