Marianne Williamson Ends Democrat 2024 Presidential Campaign – EVOL

Author Marianne Williamson has ended her 2024 campaign to challenge Democrat President Joe Biden.

The news comes as Biden’s 2024 presidential campaign reportedly feared too many Democrat competitors.

According to the Washington Examiner, Williamson, who unsuccessfully ran in 2020, has now dropped out of the 2024 race after the Nevada primary.

Biden trounced Williamson, badly, in the Nevada Democrat primary.

The results left Williamson with no choice but to call it quits.

Williamson did so poorly, in fact, that she was also beaten by the “none of these candidates” option on the Nevada ballot.

In the wake of the poor showing in Nevada, Williamson released a statement attempting to sugarcoat what was an embarrassingly bad beating she took by the 81-year-old, low-polling, often-confused president.

“I read a quote the other day that said that sunsets are proof that endings can be beautiful too,” Williamson said in a video message this week.

“And so today, even though it is time to suspend my campaign for the presidency, I do want to see the beauty.”

While her words were pleasant, there was certainly no “beauty” in getting beat by “none of these candidates.”

“I read a quote the other day



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