Presidential Candidate Marianne Williamson Chides Left-Wing Bigotry Against Those Praying for Safety From Hurricane Dorian

Fringe presidential candidate Marianne Williamson has felt the wrath of the Democratic Party machine after her quixotic campaign started to gain traction on the internet, and it has opened her eyes about the true nature of the Left.

She blasted her own party this week for their anti-religious bigotry in a series of tweets as thousands of liberals have openly mocked and scorned individuals in the south praying for safety from Hurricane Dorian as it threatens the safety of millions of Americans

Williamson has described her presidential candidacy as a learning experience. She has been attacked mercilessly by her own side for daring to present a challenge to the Democratic Party establishment.

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

She was forced to delete a Twitter message after she was hammered by liberals who now hate the idea of any spirituality, as they adopt the false idol of extreme socialism as their deity.

“Millions of us seeing Dorian turn away from land is not a wacky idea,” she said in a now-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.”

While Williamson’s new age beliefs put her well outside of the political mainstream, she is perhaps only Democrat who offers a message of love to counter the hate and divisiveness from the rest of the field.

“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.

Unfortunately for Williamson, her message of love and healing is no longer en vogue within the Democratic Party fold. They want to punish Trump supporters and conservatives for fighting to preserve their ailing nation, and unity is the last thing on their minds.