Dem Presidential Candidate Marianne Williamson Leads White Followers in “Prayer of Apology” To Black People

Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion | 7/23/2019 | Fuzzy Slippers
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Democrat presidential hopeful Marianne Williamson gave a debate performance for the ages with her loopy, New Agey ramblings. Apparently, it worked on Granite State Democrat primary voters because she is ahead of Sen. Cory Booker (NJ), Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (NY), and Robert “Beto” O’Rourke (TX) in New Hampshire polls.

Her campaign website contains a seemingly endless wishlist of progressive/socialist/communist agenda items. She’s pro-“gun safety,” pro-amnesty (including citizenship), pro-automatic voter registration (with 16 as the new voting age), pro-Green New Deal, and pro-Medicare for All.

Williamson - Supporter - Reparations - Democrat - Opponents

Williamson is also a staunch supporter of and advocate for reparations, and she doesn’t care what it costs. Unlike some of her Democrat opponents, Williamson has long advocated for reparations as a part of her concept of “racial reconciliation and healing.”

In many ways, America has continued the process of racial reconciliation begun in the 1960’s. Yet in other ways, we have actually slipped backward. Yes, there are no more colored bathrooms and separate drinking fountains. But we now have mass incarceration; racial disparity in criminal sentencing; lost voting rights; outright voter suppression; and police brutality often focused on black populations.

Solutions - Times - Acts - Righteousness - Just

Tepid solutions are not enough for the times in which we live; we need huge, strategized acts of righteousness, now. Just as Germany has paid $89 Billion in reparations to Jewish organizations since WW2, the United States should pay reparations for slavery. A debt unpaid is still a debt unpaid, even if it’s 150 years later. The legacy of that injustice lives on, with racist policies infused into our systems even to this day. From employment and housing discrimination, to equal access to quality education in underserved communities, to police brutality/prejudice, to lack of fair lending practices, to lack of access to quality healthcare, to insecure voting rights, America has not yet completed the task of healing our racial...
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