The competition to organize the most ludicrous anti-Trump event certainly has some fierce competition

First, it was the “Pussy Hat” march.

Aleister just reported on the “Queer Dance Party for Climate Justice” in front of the First Daughter’s DC home.

The latest weird entry is the “Witches March” at Balboa Park in San Diego.

A gathering of so-called witches descended upon Balboa Park Saturday at “high noon” in an effort to impeach President Donald Trump by hex.

10News reporter Jessica Chen witnessed the dozen or so participants of an event called “Fire the Fool San Diego!” held, that’s right, on April Fools’ Day at the fountain in Balboa Park.

They dressed up like witches with green face paint, raised brooms above their heads and danced around a cauldron.

For those who may like to view this spectacle, the group plans to cast the next curse at midnight during every crescent moon. To be fair, the spells are more entertaining than the typical progressive fare usually offered at protest events (aged, under-dressed singers ranting and profanity-infused poems read by B-List actresses).

…Some components of the spell include a small “unflattering” photo of Trump, a Tower tarot card – ostensibly to represent Trump Tower – and a “tiny stub of an orange candle” or a “baby carrot.”

“I call upon you to bind Donald J. Trump so that his malignant works may fail utterly, that he may do not harm to any human soul, not any tree, animal, rock, stream or sea,” a sentence of the spell says.

At the end, a grounding exercise is recommended, including “a good, hearty laugh” because “remember – he hates people laughing at him.”

However, not everyone in their audience was persuaded by these mystical shenanigans.

“He’s not a politician. He’s more of a businessman so I feel he may bring some changes that need changes in Washington,” said Carlos Garcia.

“If the other people got in there, it would have been the same way for four years,” said Marty Fogle.

Well, the event certainly gives new meaning to the term Witch Hunt!


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