Just when you thought you’d seen all the Trump-hating mess Hollywood could conjure up, it gets even more freaky deaky.
Earlier this year, Lana Del Rey tried to use witchcraft on President Donald Trump.
“Yeah, I did it. Why not? Look, I do a lot of s**t,” Del Rey told NME.
The 32-year-old singer asked her more than six million followers on Twitter to join her in a hex aimed at President Trump.
At the stroke of midnight
Feb 24, March 26, April 24, May 23
Ingredients can b found online
— Lana Del Rey (@LanaDelRey) February 24, 2017
The New York Daily News reported the backstory:
In February, Del Rey sent out a vague tweet with the message “At the stroke of midnight Feb 24, March 26, April 24, May 23. Ingredients can b found online.”
Those dates lined up with the waning crescent moon, which witches used to cast a binding ritual on Trump in an attempt to remove him from office.
Ingredients included an unflattering photo of the President, a white candle, water, salt and a feather.
Something tells me President Trump’s evangelical board has a strong hedge of protection around the POTUS that no witchcraft (regardless of numbers) could come against him.
Seriously, he’s got the best of the best on his team: James Dobson, Jerry Falwell Jr., Kenneth and Gloria Copeland, James Robison, Ronnie Floyd, Robert Jeffress, David Jeremiah, Jack Graham, Richard Land, Robert Morris, Jentezen Franklin, Paula White, Michele Bachmann, A.R. Bernard, Mark Burns, James MacDonald, Jay Strack, Johnnie Moore, Ralph Reed, Harry Jackson, “Coach” Tom Mullins, Sealy Yates, Tom Winters, Tim Clinton, and Tony Suarez.
Not to mention, the countless scores of prayer warriors across this great nation.
I hope Lana Del Rey finds the way, the truth, and the life…because it appears the whole witchcraft thing isn’t working, seeing as Trump is still in office.
After Trump is done draining the swamp in D.C., we all might have to join him in casting out the legions of demons in Hollywood.
Caleb Parke is a conservative millennial columnist. You can follow him on Facebook, Twitter, and calebparke.com.