On Tuesday night, CNN’s Don Lemon urged people to stop demonizing “any one group or any one ethnicity” and, in the very same breath, stigmatized “white men … radicalized to the right” as “the biggest terror threat in this country.” So, conservative white men are not “any one group or any one ethnicity”? Oh, right, according to “intersectionality,” we’re not people!
The planned casting of an anti-Kavanaugh spell, one of the more striking instances of politically disgruntled Americans turning to the supernatural when frustrated by democracy, has drawn backlash from some Christian groups but support from like-minded witch covens.
Witches to hex Kavanaugh, exorcist responds
While social media may be buzzing in anticipation of the hex, Father Gary Thomas of the Diocese of San Jose, California is “appalled” at the idea, according to the National Catholic Register.
He’s also an exorcist.
According to a statement from the diocese, Thomas will be praying for Kavanaugh during today’s mass.
A handful of Democratic Senators walked out in protest of the Senate Judiciary Committee meeting Friday on the confirmation vote for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh after it became clear that Republicans have the votes to recommend Kavanaugh to the Senate.
De Blasio practically took a page out of Rodney Dangerfield’s playbook when in a November 15, 2014 email titled “Familiarity breeds contempt”, the mayor griped that a column piece he wrote got rejected by The New York Times.
As many have been pointing out for several years now, our state of cultural confusion over gender and identity has practical, real-world consequences that we have now been collectively discovering at a rapid pace.
In an episode of LeBron James’ HBO series The Shop, Odell Beckham, Jr. said he sees discrepancies in how black athletes are treated versus white athletes. He also says he feels “like a zoo animal,” especially out in public.