Just in time for Halloween, a coven of witches held a ritual on Saturday to curse Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh while liberal participants cheered.
The witches convened in darkness to perform a “hex” on the Justice, as Fox News’ Jesse Watters put it, “in hopes that evil will come his way.”
Participants placed graveyard dirt, coffin nails, “revenge oil,” black candles, a broken mirror, and open flames in a witches’ cauldron that held Kavanaugh’s portrait.
The ritual, which lasted about ten minutes, centered around a makeshift “altar” table with a skull and other bones as its centerpiece.
Above the makeshift “altar” was inscribed, “WE BATHE IN THE BLOOD OF TYRANTS.”
“Hear our prayers, our songs, our ritual,” the witches prayed, while about sixty worshippers moaned a drone in unison. “Great and glorious one… clothe us in your mysteries. Give us the protection of the night and the blessings of our mother, the moon…”
The witches also prayed for Kavanaugh’s death. “Let his days be few, and let another take his office… Let his children be fatherless, and his wife a widow.”
After the protest ritual, worshippers placed their own curses against Kavanaugh on the altar.
The graveyard dirt was put in a “container spell” with other ingredients. It was sealed, and candles were burnt over it.
The witches sold tickets to their ceremony for ten dollars. They promise to give a portion of proceeds to Planned Parenthood.
The ceremony was streamed live on Facebook, and the witches gave directions to viewers at home for a do-it-yourself spell cursing Kavanaugh. Directions included peeing on the enemy’s photo in a jar and filling it with “water from a thunderstorm” or “toilet water.”
Many Christians protested the public ceremony, praying, singing, carrying signs and crosses, and arguing with the witches.
The witches hex even sparked “counter hexes” around the country for those who were seeking to undo the curse placed upon Kavanaugh.
The protest ritual became a big talking point for conservative commentators, including, Fox News host Tucker Carlson who said he was not surprised by the witches’ donation to Planned Parenthood.
He said the witches are donating to Planned Parenthood to “help them continue to fund their human sacrifice rituals.”
–The Horn editorial team