Democratic presidential candidate Marianne WilliamsonMarianne WilliamsonDemocratic strategist predicts most 2020 candidates will drop out in late fall Overnight Health Care — Presented by PCMA — Judge upholds Trump expansion of non-ObamaCare plans | Williamson says she believes in vaccines | House committee to hold oversight hearing on Juul Williamson says she believes in vaccines, acknowledges 'self-inflicted wound' MORE on Thursday shared a photo of herself edited into a viral Vogue magazine photo of all the Democratic women running for the White House.

“Happy July 4th! Other generations have done what they were called to do, and now it’s our generation’s time to do what we are called to do,” Williamson posted on Instagram. The photo shows Williamson added to a painting in the background of the picture. 

“The American revolution is an ongoing process, a continuous journey Into more and more expanded realms of possibility for everyone. It’s amazing when you dust off certain phases and reclaim them for their modern relevance. 'Let freedom ring' is not just a cliche after all... #bigtruth,” the candidate continued.

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A Williamson campaign spokesperson said in a statement to The Hill, "The campaign did not create the meme. All credit goes to the people of the internet who never fail to deliver."

Williamson was not included in the Vogue photo of Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenHarris faces pressure to define policy proposals Harris voices support for Puerto Rico protesters: 'I stand with them' Democrats slam Puerto Rico governor over 'shameful' comments, back protesters MORE (D-Mass.), Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisHarris faces pressure to define policy proposals Harris voices support for Puerto Rico protesters: 'I stand with them' What to expect when Mueller testifies: Not much MORE (D-Calif), Sen. Kirsten GillibrandKirsten Elizabeth GillibrandHarris faces pressure to define policy proposals Democratic strategist predicts most 2020 candidates will drop out in late fall The Hill's 12:30 Report: Trump hits media over 'send her back' coverage MORE (D-N.Y.), Rep. Tulsi GabbardTulsi GabbardHarris voices support for Puerto Rico protesters: 'I stand with them' Democrats slam Puerto Rico governor over 'shameful' comments, back protesters Gabbard arrives in Puerto Rico to 'show support' amid street protests MORE (D-Hawaii) and Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy Jean KlobucharDemocratic strategist predicts most 2020 candidates will drop out in late fall The Hill's 12:30 Report: Trump hits media over 'send her back' coverage Protect American patients and innovation from a harmful MedTech Tax increase MORE (D-Minn.). She criticized the decision to exclude her, saying on CNN the Framers of the Constitution did not make Vogue magazine the “gatekeeper” for the race.

Amy Chozick, the author of the piece in Vogue, in an interview explained that the magazine's editors decided to focus on women who were already serving in elected office. Williamson was the only woman running for president who was not included in the picture. She was on stage with several of the other candidates during last week's debates.

But Williamson’s post seems to embrace her online attention, also sharing memes of Williamson defeating Immigration and Customs Enforcement and President TrumpDonald John TrumpLiz Cheney: 'Send her back' chant 'inappropriate' but not about race, gender Booker: Trump is 'worse than a racist' Top Democrat insists country hasn't moved on from Mueller MORE in a painting, supporters cheering her on and other celebrations for the candidate.

In a post Friday, Williamson also shared that “seeing the spontaneous explosion of memes that has taken place since the debate last week has been deeply informative,” encouraging supporters to “keep talking, creating memes, posting on social, and sending as much money as you can comfortably give.”

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Seeing the spontaneous explosion of memes that has taken place since the debate last week has been deeply informative. Something is rising up from the bottom of things, not only in this country but around the world. It is a global impulse, like a volcano of inherent wisdom making its way up to the surface of the conscious mind. It is a deep soulful knowing that love is not only the answer; it is the only way we will survive. Whatever the conscious mind might do to resist this knowing, it is so close to the surface now; and my comments at the debate - however awkwardly delivered at times:) - provided a valve for its emergence into the collective field. And laughter is a natural processing tool. After a day of mainly mockery, what began to emerge was something much more benevolent and enthusiastic and encouraging. I am saying publicly what millions and millions of people are saying privately, even if only in the closet of their own hearts. Know I am aware that this is a collective effort, not only on the material plane but also on a spiritual one. There is so much fear in the world, but with our love – and yes, our laughter - we can penetrate and disarm it. Only soul force, not brute force, can do that. Love and laughter are very serious business. Please keep talking, creating memes, posting on social, and sending as much money as you can comfortably give; that way we can continue to build on the material infrastructure in ways that make me competitive in the early primary states. We need the external as well as internal support, the fundamental yin and yang that turn all the beautiful things of the heart into worldly manifestation. Don’t worry about the haters; just feel your connection with all the millions and millions of lovers. We are on an incredible journey; let’s each of us move it forward every day in whatever way that we can, playing the part we know is ours to play. This is a collective mission, and the heart gives it wings. So be it. May it be so... Marianne2020.com (meme @crookedmedia)

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