Witches Shun Christine O’Donnell


Poor Christine O’Donnell is pissing off everyone.

Now that Christine O’Donnell has disavowed her admission on Bill Maher’s “Politically Incorrect” talk show┬áin 1999 that she “dabbled into witchcraft” but “never joined a coven,” she has now, of course, upset Wiccans. The high priestess of the pagan-promoting Circle Sanctuary, Reverend Selena Fox, accuses O’Donnell of “defaming” Wiccans, telling HuffPo any political candidate who equates witchcraft with Satanism “is ill informed and is not likely to get the support of people involved in nature religion.”

And the numbers reflect the lack of support from true Delawarean witches.

The new Fox News poll of the Delaware Senate race shows Democratic nominee Chris Coons continuing to enjoy a double-digit lead against Republican Christine O’Donnell.

The numbers: Coons 54%, O’Donnell 39%.

As everyone knows, winning Delaware without Wiccan support is a near impossible task.


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6 thoughts on “Witches Shun Christine O’Donnell

  1. What a whack job she is. Soon she will be blacklisted by Hindus, Buddhists, Zoroastrians, probably even Christians that enjoy that cheapest of all pleasant diversions, masturbation.

  2. So far, the only news talker I’ve seen point out that Satan has nothing to do with witches is Keith Olbermann, which he did on “Countdown” last night (Monday the 20th). He also mentioned that a parody of an election poster with the slogan “Yes Wiccan” was inappropriate as well.

    Even Bob Barr, apparently remorseful of his Republican/conservative past, said that he regrats having tried to pass national legislation forbidding Wiccans to actively practice while serving in the military. It also took years for the VA to approve placing a Wiccan symbol on soldiers’ tombstones. Then-candidate George W. Bush also approved of the attempt to forbid Pagan practices by members of the armed forces, then later, as president, called the widow of the soldier on whose behalf the VA lawsuit was brought to apologize to her. Probably the only thing he ever apologized for in his life.

    I’m not a Wiccan, but have been active in the Pagan community for many years.

  3. O’Donnell is Anita Bryant 2.0: gullible, pretty, and ignorant. She cannot distinguish Wicca/witchcraft from Satanism, after having many years to figure it out and learn. Speaking as a witch (aka Wiccan), chances are she had a date with some rocker/goth rebel-type who likely appropriated occult symbols and was not part of the Old Religion.

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