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'Meme Queen' Marianne Williamson Becomes Most-Searched Candidate After Second Round of Dem Debates


Marianne Williamson, the 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful who has taken meme culture by storm, had quite the showing during Tuesday night’s Democratic primary debate.

It seems the emerging dark horse has captured much national curiosity, as Google analytics show that, while before the debates, Williamson only topped search results in two out of fifty states, after the debates, Williamson was the most-searched candidate in forty-nine of fifty states. 

As Media Research Center's Dan Gainor wrote in an op-ed for Fox News, “That’s about a 2,450 percent increase.”

The only state where Williamson wasn’t the most searched candidate was Montana, which apparently doesn’t know who their own governor is as Gov. Steve Bullock (D) edged out all others.

If Marianne Williamson ends up being a serious contender as the primaries progress -- which she arguably already is -- one must wonder when she will announce a plan to give all Americans not government-funded healthcare, but government-subsidized healing crystals.

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