Anti-Trump witch to Tucker Carlson: Casting spells like singing national anthem, saluting flag

During an interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, Amanda Yates Garcia, an actual witch from southern California who calls herself, “The Oracle of Los Angeles,” compared casting hexes on President Trump to singing the national anthem and saluting the flag, the Daily Caller reported Tuesday.

Carlson, Liam Clancy said, asked Garcia why she chooses to cast spells rather than more typical forms of political activism.

Garcia responded: “Symbolic action is something that everybody participates in all the time, so you might think ‘that doesn’t really any meaning,’ but if that were true, why would people care about whether or not people saluted the flag, or sang the national anthem?”

Here’s video of the interview:

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The Daily Caller added:

Garcia believes casting anti-Trump spells may “galvanize people to resist” President Trump, and that witches and other spellcasters do not see it as the sole form of action available.

Garcia participates in a monthly occult session to cast a “binding spell” on Trump.

“Binding spells are symbolic actions used to harness the powers of the imagination and achieve an intangible result,” she explained.

An article at HuffPost noted:

While the interview was generally good-natured in spirit, Carlson wanted to focus on witch stereotypes while his guest ― witch and self-described “Oracle of Los Angeles” Amanda Yates Garcia ― wanted to talk about real issues.

“Sincere question: Is eye of newt an actual ingredient?” Carlson asked.

Garcia rolled her eyes.

“I think the real problem is not whether or not eye of newt is an actual ingredient,” Garcia said. “The real problem is we’re about to have some kind of big nuclear extravaganza with North Korea. The real problem is that we’re punishing immigrant children. The real problem is that we’re causing students to go into deep debt. I don’t think the real problem is whether or not we use eye of newt.”

“I’m not suggesting it’s a problem,” Carlson said. “I’m with you on the student debt, by the way.”

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen witchcraft being used against Trump, as we reported here.

Back in April, a group of protesters dressed as witches gathered in San Diego’s Balboa Park to “hex” Donald Trump into impeachment.

According to a local ABC affiliate:

A gathering of so-called witches descended upon Balboa Park Saturday at “high noon” in an effort to impeach President Donald Trump by hex.

10News reporter Jessica Chen witnessed the dozen or so participants of an event called “Fire the Fool San Diego!” held, that’s right, on April Fools’ Day at the fountain in Balboa Park.

They dressed up like witches with green face paint, raised brooms above their heads and danced around a cauldron.

“Trump is a fool, Trump is a clown, we are here to shut him down,” they chanted while marching through the historic park.

Take note, America: This is the modern left…


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