Listen: Outsider Marianne Williamson moves beyond the fringe in Democratic debate
"I do feel we have to discuss marianne williamson in her much better performance in the second round of debates. The first rounded debates. I i've never actually seen the moment when somebody's edibles kicked in until i watched her and that debate <hes> it she overshot so been there done that so williamson's presence this last time was much better. She actually said stuff. I agreed with it feel slightly insane well. I was thinking you know even a broken. Clock is right twice a day and i kind of appreciated did some of those fringe candidates that you know aren't gonna make it but they're there for the sole purpose of holding the front runners hearst feet to the fire bringing up these hard things and raising these issues and her issue of reparations really <hes> resonated well she. You spoke honestly about race in a way that no candidates have really done until this election cycle. The fact that it's officially part of words platform or reparations plan plan and beto also spoke eloquently about race but i think williamson really got to the emotional part of it in a way that none of the other candidates stood when she was talking about we can't be wonky about this kind of stuff. We're not gonna reach people this way. We can't be insulting with our reparations offers. We behalf to understand that we caused great harm. This is a debt that is owed right and not in or grams or kickbacks the actual cash in the hand kind of reparations yes so i was pleased with that but she needs to go"