Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel took aim at Democrats Wednesday using White House hopeful Marianne WilliamsonMarianne WilliamsonMarianne Williamson: Steven Donziger sentencing is meant to have a 'chilling effect' on environmentalists Marianne Williamson calls federal judge's handling of Steven Donziger case 'unconstitutional' Marianne Williamson calls on Biden to drop efforts to extradite Assange MORE’s “yada yada yada” moment from Tuesday night’s primary debate.
“After just one hour, Dems want to: Decriminalize illegal immigration, Eliminate all private plans, Raise taxes on the middle class. ‘Yada yada yada’ is right!” McDaniel tweeted.
After just one hour, Dems want to:— Ronna McDanielRonna Romney McDanielBiden says infrastructure bills must pass at 'inflection point' for US GOP opens Hispanic community center in border town as part of Latino outreach Biden hasn't visited the border in over a decade — his policies show it MORE (@GOPChairwoman) July 30, 2019
*Decriminalize illegal immigration
*Eliminate all private plans
*Raise taxes on the middle class
“Yada yada yada” is right!#DemDebate
Williamson’s “Seinfeld” reference came as the self-help author faced off against nine other 2020 Democrats in Detroit, where she had some of the biggest moments, including her taking aim at fellow White House hopefuls for accepting corporate donations.
“For politicians, including my fellow candidates who themselves have taken tens of thousands and, in some cases, hundreds of thousands of dollars from these same corporate donors, to think that they now have the moral authority to say, ‘We’re going to take them on,’ I don’t think the Democratic Party should be surprised that so many Americans believe ‘yada, yada, yada,’” she said, prompting applause from the audience.
Marianne Williamson: "For politicians... who themselves have taken tens of thousands & in some cases, hundreds of thousands of dollars from these same corporate donors... I don't think the Democratic Party should be surprised that so many Americans believe yada, yada, yada." pic.twitter.com/50qlTYVB1j— The Hill (@thehill) July 30, 2019
The “yada yada yada” moment has since gained traction on social media, with users applauding Williamson for her comment.