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Conservative Christians Claim Ocasio-Cortez Is A Witch Leading Attack Against Trump

Feb 21, 2019

By Michael Stone

She scares them: Conservative Christians claim Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is a witch guided by demons and leading an attack against President Donald Trump.

Frightened by a smart, articulate, attractive young woman, conservative Christians panic, worried that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is really a witch leading a demonic attack against President Trump.

Earlier this month,  Dave Kubal, president of  the Religious Right group Intercessors for America, explained how Rep. Ocasio-Cortez is connected to “a coven of witches that cast spells on President Trump 24 hours a day, seven days a week.”

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6 comments on “Conservative Christians Claim Ocasio-Cortez Is A Witch Leading Attack Against Trump

  • The guy says over and over that all of this hexing is supposedly happening in the “southern” part of NYC.  AOC’s district covers the Bronx and Queens, right? The Bronx is due north, and Queens is northeast of pretty much all of NYC.

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  • …the southern district, in the middle of where these witches are doing the 24/7 spell-casting

    I suppose that it evens up the score a bit.  There’s a huge coven of necromancers, mostly warlocks, but some witches, in central NYC, around the Wall Street area, who invoke the sinister forces of the markets and the transcendent evils of money, to generate doom for the rest of us.

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  • Someone opposed to Trump is evil? Seems to me the truly evil ones are those that stand by the most immoral lying, cheating, leader America has ever known. They rail against Obama? Seriously. Count among the dissidents the evangelistics who are complete hypocrites of the finest order. Then add the ignorant trailer trash. What a great combo – this is why you have Trump. Then add in the brainwashed “Democrat is evil” that many have been raised with and you begin to understand that the primary predictor of marriage is more on political lines than ethnic or religion (not that I love any of these).

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