Witchcraft On Display

It’s apparently time for some other members of the Lib-Tribe to gather.  Better warn Justice Kavanaugh.  It appears the hex is up.

Later this week, witches (you read that right), witches from New York City, and likely from around the country (assuming there are some who can get off work) will gather in Brooklyn to put a hex (i.e., a curse) on our newest Supreme Court Justice.  But why, you ask.  Stick with me.

The curse is to be placed on Justice Kavanaugh (here it comes) “and upon all rapists and the patriarchy which emboldens, rewards, and protects them.”  Yep, once again, in the absence of any proof that a sexual assault, let alone a rape, took place 36-years ago, we’re told that we must side with the accuser since, for the witches and most other liberals, the assault claims of all women are to be believed, no proof required.  It’s just more efficient that way. Saves a bundle of time.  And remember, the U.S. Constitution and the Rule of Law are, to most liberals, mere suggestions.  Not to mention, there’re old, really old.

Interesting that the prolonged, bizarre, Kavanaugh confirmation and investigation process, like the Mueller Russian connection saga, have been termed “witch hunts.”  Well, son-of-a-gun, come week’s end in Brooklyn, there will actually be a bona fide “witch hunt,” featuring honest to goodness real witches, instead of the make-believe political and media kind.

The woman setting up this witch of an event stated to media: “Witchcraft has been used throughout history as a tool for people on the fringes of society who will not ever really get justice through the powers that be.  So they have to exact their own justice.”

So this ritual is apparently an extraction, meant to cast a spell on Justice Kavanaugh, who the witches believe got away with a phantom rape 36-years ago, and must now be punished by imposing this spell on him, which (witch?) will hamper his ability to carry out his duties, we’re told, thus providing the promised “justice’ for his fact-and-corroboration-challenged accuser.

Oh, and bad news for President Trump.  The witches don’t like him.  And they will continue to cast spells upon him, so that he won’t be able to deliver on his campaign promises, spells to continue until he is no longer our President.  Since, despite the witches wishes, the President has, in fact, met and exceeded his promises, becoming the right President at the right time for America, it might be time to stoke the fire under their hex caldron, since those spells don’t seem to have enough oomph to impact the target.

Best news of all, the hex-a-thon will be live-streamed on social media, so that men, women, and children of all ages can witness still more bizarreness in this, the Year of the Bizarre.  For those of you wanting to attend, the event will take place at an occult bookstore in Brooklyn.  But you may already be too late.  Attendance is sold out.  Damn.

(Quote and overview via Breitbart.com, Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D., 10-13-18)