Author and spirituality guru Marianne Williamson caught a lot of attention after her performance during yesterday’s second part of the first 2020 Democratic presidential primary debates.
She even was the top-searched Democratic candidate competing in the second round of the debate on Google.
But that interest has switched into mining her Twitter account, which boasts 2,650,000 followers, where people have unearthed a number of tweets that have become jokes on Twitter.
Some people just decided to meme the tweets.
I started replacing Matthew McConaughey subtitles with Marianne Williamson quotes and I honestly can’t tell anymore who said what. pic.twitter.com/xxk5fq13N2
— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) June 28, 2019
While other old tweets took a life of their own.
Like this one, where Williamson said: “each of us is pregnant with a better version of ourselves.”
TBH I thought it was just all the pizza I ate yesterday https://t.co/JtlHenFBh0
— Caroline McCarthy (@caro) June 28, 2019
nah it's just a food baby https://t.co/TpIa3hArpz
— Emma Loop (@LoopEmma) June 28, 2019
Me leaving Chipotle https://t.co/qDUhFg8ABj
— Tyler Conway (@jtylerconway) June 28, 2019
Or this one, where Williamson writes that “You’re a lamp; God is the electricity.”
Williamson has a plan for EVERYTHING https://t.co/zvZyJviUiO
— Brian Wingbermuehle (@winger_brian) June 28, 2019
look lady am I a lamp or a faucet or a goddamn human https://t.co/vpBhyq43Vo
— David Futrelle (@DavidFutrelle) June 28, 2019
This one, where the 2020 Democratic hopeful says if you’re missing someone it means that “on a soul level they’ve come to visit.”
— srey (@srey221) June 28, 2019
I doubt Barack Obama even knows who I am. https://t.co/GnfNSijiFB
— Mike Lopez (@Pezlort) June 28, 2019
There are plenty more floating around on Twitter, with people cracking jokes.
But, to be fair, there were also a decent amount of people on Twitter who also found the tweets inspiring, or at the very least thought it would be intriguing to have someone like Williamson in the White House.
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