Stories like this irritate me. A group of “witches” are planning to gather in New York to cast a spell on newly confirmed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. They’ll mutter a bunch of empty words to their non-existent gods and goddesses and guess what? It won’t do a damn thing.
Dozens of witches say they plan to gather in New York City this month to hex Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who was sworn in to the nation’s highest court last week despite facing several allegations of sexual misconduct.
Dakota Bracciale, a Brooklyn-based witch who is organizing the Oct. 20 event, said the witches see the hex as a radical act of resistance that continues witchcraft’s long history as a refuge and weapon for the “oppressed, downtrodden and marginalized.”“Witchcraft has been used throughout history as a tool and ally for people on the fringes of society who will not ever really get justice through the powers that be,” Bracciale told HuffPost. “So they have to exact their own justice.”
That might be true, if it worked. But it doesn’t. It’s a huge load of crap. It’s the “thoughts and prayers” of the left, utterly useless and utterly meaningless. And then the Christians get all fired up and start organizing counter-spells, praying to their non-existent god to protect Kavanaugh from the non-existent gods and goddesses of the “witches.” And those are the same people who will insist that casting spells is un-Biblical. But what exactly is the difference? There is none that I can see. It’s all just empty words.
You don’t have any magic powers. You can’t utter magic words and make bad things or good things happen to people. You can’t put a spell or a hex on anyone and you’re fooling yourself if you think you can. You might as well throw salt over your shoulder and stick pins in a voodoo doll, it would do just as much good, which is none whatsoever. Just shut up already.