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Democrat Witches plan to cast spell on Justice Brett Kavanaugh

Democrat Witches plan to cast spell on Justice Brett Kavanaugh

Rumor has it their potion contains snowflakes and bitter tears.

Just in time for the Halloween season comes news that newly confirmed Justice Brett Kavanaugh may face his biggest challenge ever.

Brooklyn witches are brewing up a swirl of spells that they plan to unleash on US Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

An occult bookstore in Bushwick called Catland promises to curse the newly-minted justice as well as “all rapists” and “the patriarchy” during the an Oct. 20 ritual that 1,000 have pledged to attend.

“He will be the focal point, but by no means the only target,” the event description reads. “So bring your rage and and all of the axes you’ve got to grind.”

The ritual is organized by a Brooklyn-based practitioner named Dakota Bracciale, who also conjured up three events to hex President Trump last year, according to The Huffington Post.

Frankly, even only judging by the past week’s successes (pastor freed, Kavanaugh confirmed, an emboldened GOP), I don’t think Bracciale is using the proper spells. (But please don’t tell her.)

Furthermore, witches across the nation are using “comfort magic” to soothe their souls over Trump’s most recent judicial appointment victory.

First, take a candle.

Then, pour some salt into your hand.

Then, keeping the grains in your palm, take a pen to write out a thank you to Christine Blasey Ford, the woman whose allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee — and now justice — Brett Kavanaugh, stunned a nation.

Or, if you prefer, simply say, “I believe you.”

It’s just one of the many quasi-religious rituals circulating the internet — particularly pagan and #resistance circles — in the wake of Kavanaugh’s confirmation. These rituals help self-identified witches process trauma, anger, and grief.

The Gratitude Spell was authored by Instagram user @celestight (who did not respond to request for comment) for the pagan political organization WitchtheVote, which mobilizes voters to support candidates that defend progressive and feminist causes.

Finally, to round out witch-based news, the producers of the reboot of the TV series Charmed are planning to focus on political issues. The original series, about three sisters who discover they are powerful witches after the death of their mother, featured two current “stars” of the #MeToo Movement, Alyssa Milano and Rose McGowan.

The reboot wasn’t always so clearly synchronized with the current charged moment in our culture. “In the development process, we imagined the show as a prequel set during the rise of the women’s movement [in the 1970s],” Jennie Snyder Urman, creator of the new “Charmed,” who also has “Jane the Virgin” on the network said. “Then the election happened. There was the shock of the morning after, and the anger at being shocked. It felt like we should be examining this present moment instead.”

Given that the producers of Roseanne are regretting their hasty decision to fire Roseanne Barr over her tweet, I don’t need a crystal ball to predict the new Charmed will be charmless and without an audience.

In conclusion, I suspect that this year’s spells will include snowflakes and bitter tears.


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Hillary, Feinstein and Pelosi have summoned the coven, eh?

legacyrepublican | October 14, 2018 at 2:35 pm

And so, the witch hunt against Kavanaugh continues unabated.

He is still a Supreme Court Justice nevertheless. 🙂

“Democrat Witches”

Are there any other kind?

MacTrump is the Macduffer… beware MacDems!

This is where the left leads: a rejection of everything true and modern, replaced with ignorance and superstition.

This is literally a regression to a state of civilization shared by the most backward tribes.

But, but, aren’t we all already dead because of the Citizens United decision, global warming causing snowfalls to be unknown to twenty year old kids, the Republican tax cut, Ajit Pai stabbing net neutrality threw the temple with an ice pick…

No, wait, that was Leon Trotsky. And, who the hell is maintaining this site if we’re all dead? And how am I capable of writing this if the Republicans have killed all of my cat lives? Maybe, just maybe, me and my fellow “furries” who identify as cats aren’t really limited to nine lives. So the Republicans may not be able to kill us after all despite what Pelosi and Schumer keep telling us.

This is going to go really hard on my dog.

It seems to me that many innocent women were burned as witches based on unproven allegations, just like Kavanaugh. The witches should look on him as an indication that witch hunts are less likely.

Otherwise, if they want to hex Kavanaugh, then we should find a little kid who got a wart on his nose when he passed the witches. That should be plenty of evidence to start a bonfire, and maybe the witches will begin to appreciate due process.

    Arminius in reply to OldProf2. | October 14, 2018 at 3:13 pm

    Five men were executed along with the women. One man was pressed to death. It was a common torture back then. To put a person under a slab and pile stones on them until they confessed. He wasn’t going to confess. I believe his last words were, “More weight!”

    Witch hunts don’t come up empty. Witch hunters tend to be a dedicated breed. And people will confess to anything if put under enough torture. I give you the Knights Templar. Or the McMartin preschool.

      Tom Servo in reply to Arminius. | October 14, 2018 at 8:22 pm

      There was an interesting footnote about the practice of pressing, which was also used by some the Kings and ecclesiastical courts back in medieval days. Back then, especially for crimes against the Crown or the Church, it was required that the accused confess to his crimes before sentence was passed. (much like SJW accusations today) However, if there was no confession, then it was held that official sentence would not be passed. Pressing was used to coerce a confession in these circumstances, up until the accused became the deceased.

      BUT there was a reason some men of great will accepted pressing – if there was no confession, and no official sentence passed, then the Crown was not allowed to confiscate goods and property, and the man’s family was allowed to keep all of his assets. However, if he broke down and confessed, he got an easier death but his widow and children would lose everything. Hence the man challenging his tormentors to “pile on more weight!”

      Much like the practice in ancient Rome, where if the Emperor got mad and killed you he took everything you owned, but if you figured out what was up and killed yourself quickly before he got to you, your family got to keep all of your estates.

      RedEchos in reply to Arminius. | October 14, 2018 at 9:42 pm

      Also missing when talking about Salem was the fact they were started in order to protect two(?) young girls.

“No weapon formed against you shall prosper, And every tongue which rises against you in judgment You shall condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD, And their righteousness is from Me,” Says the LORD. Isaiah 54:17

Yes, Liberalism’s goal is the Middle Ages. It used to be the Bolshevik Revolution or perhaps the Reign of Terror, but it’s recently moved beyond all that.

But isn’t a silly assault by means of witchcraft still an assault? The law should have something to say about even childish attacks on the judiciary.

“Brooklyn witches.”

I knew it was a wise move on my part to avoid NYC. Never been there. So, no Brooklyn witches in my life.

We need to tell them to pick a side. They can either be the witches or the Spanish Inquisition, they can’t be both.

cue: Monty Python

“… I don’t need a crystal ball to predict the new Charmed will be charmless and without an audience.”

Depends. Will this involve an orgy? With animals? Lots of naked women? There might be an audience. There are lots of creepy people who like seeing ugly naked women.

Glinda, the good witch of the North, asked Dorothy, “Are you a good witch or a bad witch?”

Well, now there’s no question that all the bad witches are Democrats.

CaptScientist | October 14, 2018 at 4:30 pm

Furthermore, witches across the nation are using “comfort magic” to soothe their souls over Trump’s most recent judicial appointment victory.

hmmm “comfort magic” is that like the lapel safety pin deal?……..that sure worked out for you, because that TDS is still working it’s magic

I plan on attending, I will be in my black feline form looking at everyone like they are stupid.

Where are the flying monkeys? Or were they – and Portland’s flying monkey mayor – busy in Portland?

How Liberal Portland Became America’s Most Politically Violent City:

    At least they are smart enough to stay on the west side of the Willamette. I had to go over to inner NW to renew my son’s passport the other day. What a cesspool! Not that my hood is a joy these days, but it is still 5x better than what I witnessed over there

The Charmed show will probably last on the CW simply because its programming is all equally low scoring (and much of it is highly focused on liberal brainwashing rather than entertainment content…see The Flash, Arrow, Legends of Tomoorrow, and all of the other DC shows, as well as the show based loosely on the Archie comics).

The only way the channel makes money is by hurling in as many commercials as possible. Their ratings are absolutely in the tank, so they have to cater to a small special interest demographic to even get anyone to watch. Every one of these shows has forced-in womyn power, gay romance, racial grievances, and a few other pet causes.

    MajorWood in reply to healthguyfsu. | October 16, 2018 at 6:12 pm

    I watched the original “Charmed” because my ex liked it, and du-UH, all the girls were pretty well built. But looking at the new one, where all three sister have different ethnicities (mommy must have got around) and their whitelighter is a professor of gender studies (and also a male, SOMEONE screwed up here big time), I can only conclude that the entire show was developed by a computer model to maximize box checking.

“who discover they are powerful witches after the death of their money”

Yes, many people discover new powers after losing their money. Usually this is due to the drugs they take to console themselves for having lost their money but whatever.

The original show was not very good. Sounds like the new one is aiming even lower. Soon, I suppose in addition to losing their money, they’ll lose their budget.