Things got hot when White House press secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre made some off-the-wall remarks about Marianne Williamson, a declared Democratic candidate, who happens to be running for office against her current boss, President Joe Biden.
It’s been six months since Karine Jean-Pierre took over the White House Press Secretary duties of Jen Psaki. We were first introduced to her “extreme sincerity” as she served as the national spokeswoman for the progressive advocacy group MoveOn.org. We had become accustomed to her bold and insistent questioning from the other side of the podium. So it came as a big surprise to see circumspect and “politically correct” bahavior regarding the nation’s business.
That was the case until this Wednesday when Pierre came across way too strong after being asked about the prospects of the political campaign of metaphysical author, Marianne Williamson. Let’s be frank, no one expects Williamson to make it beyond the primaries, but she she has every right to throw her hat in the ring. Actually she represents a segment of American society that thinks for itself and has some interesting issues to add to the overall debate.
It began when a reporter asked the press secretary if the President was “frustrated” that Williamson had declared her candidacy early rather than giving Joe Biden a clear field for the Democratic presidential nomination. “We’re just not tracking that,” Jean-Pierre replied “If I had a, what’s it called? A little globe here, a crystal ball, then I can tell you, a Magic 8 Ball, whatever. If I could feel her aura. I just don’t have anything to share on that.” She thought she was being very clever or cute, but she actually came across as complacently smug and toxically cynical.
Williamson remarked that she “was so sad” to see Jean-Pierre’s commentary and claimed the references to crystal balls and auras were off-base since she’s “never spoken or written about” either topic. While Williamson, the author of 14 books and a popular motivational speaker, is erroneously labeled “new age“, she is left of center in her own distinctive manner. Nina Turner known for her audacity, has some choice words regarding the treatment given to Williamson and Bernie Sanders, who are not about to assume the conventional Democratic positions but definitely have some worthwhile things for us to consider.
Listen to what Nina Turner has to
say about Marianne Williamson,
if you dare. She is very bold.
#28 TUE CAN
Marianne Williamson was born on a Tuesday in the zodiac sign of Cancer. Mars rules her INNER SELF and the Moon governs her OUTER SELF. Individuals born with the #28 Dayology Signature tend to be quick responders and influenced by their feelings. They come across as self-absorbed and concerned with trivial matters or willing to become involved with universal concerns.
Karine Jean-Pierre was born on a Tuesday in the zodiac sign of Leo. Mars rules her INNER SELF and the Sun governs her OUTER SELF. People born with the #29 Dayology Signature are fun loving and optimistic in their personal outlooks. The truth is they want to be noticed and respected. If these folks have a problem it is that they are too impressed by figures of power.
These two sassy women were both born on Tuesday which explains the confrontation that took place for all to see. Tuesday’s children are prone to act spontaneously and on the spot. Their quick decisions take them places they could have never imagined and make them deal with their Instant Karma the best they can. A group of Tuesday’s children can really make a mess of things and, if they try, they can straighten everything out. The former is easy, the latter is harder.
Complications are to expected in a relationship between Cancer and Leo Sun Signs. As far as polarity goes Cancer is receptive while Leo is dynamic. Cancer is ruled by the fluctuating Moon and Leo is governed by the consistent Sun. The Sun and the Moon are very different in their influences and so are the attitudes of their astrological children. The Sun likes being the star of the show while the Moon, while also powerful, is often forced to take a supportive role, even a back seat. Williamson answered back and her reply made some big ripples in the media.
They get things done!