She may not be winning in the polls, but Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson has been a leading source of political memes during the debates.
After lighting up Twitter in last month’s first debate with a wild performance that included a plan to beat President Donald Trump with love, Williamson’s name spiked on Tuesday during the second debate after another unusual moment.
She dropped a “yada yada yada” ― the phrase elevated by the TV sitcom “Seinfeld” ― in the middle of an answer.
Moderator Jack Tapper had asked about gun control, which Williamson seized on to decry the role of big-spending groups in politics, including the National Rifle Association.
Naturally, it was quickly turned into a GIF:
Williamson trended on Twitter during the debate for everything from her unusual Mid-Atlantic accent to her New Age background.
But it was the “yada yada yada” moment that many people couldn’t get over: