NEW YORK (JTA) — Had she received a better Jewish education, Marianne Williamson says, she might have become a rabbi.She denies that she is a “wacky new-age nutcase”, but she would be our least educated and least experienced President ever.
Instead, Williamson has become one of the country’s best-known New Age self-help gurus, reaching millions of people over more than three decades in the public eye. She counts Oprah and Deepak Chopra among her pals.
Now Williamson, the author of a dozen books — four of them New York Times best-sellers — wants to extend her influence to the highest office in the land: She has announced a bid to run for the Democratic nomination for president of the United States.
NY Times columnist David Brooks eats the dog food:
Marianne Williamson Knows How to Beat TrumpBrooks said the same thing on PBS TV and NPR radio.
We need an uprising of decency. ...
This election is about who we are as a people, our national character. This election is about the moral atmosphere in which we raise our children.
Trump is a cultural revolutionary, not a policy revolutionary. He operates and is subtly changing America at a much deeper level. ...
The Democrats have not risen to the largeness of this moment. They don’t know how to speak on this level. They don’t even have the language to articulate what Trump represents and what needs to be done.
This is just crazy Jew-speak. No one else talks this way.
When he says "we are as a people, our national character", he talking about Jewish control. And "moral atmosphere" refers to his anti-Christian beliefs.
I have been reading and listening to Brooks's anti-Trump rants for several years now, and it is usually like this. He babbles in bland generalities, with no specifics. It is as if Brooks is part of some elitist plan to take over America, and he is just upset that Trump is standing in the way.
Fellow Jewish Trump-hater NY Times columnist Roger Cohen wrote a similar column, and it is more explicitly anti-white-Christian.
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