Of course, we should all pray for The Donald
Barring the "Presidential" address to Congress*, these last eight days have been very bad for Trump and his administration:
Feb. 25: Trump cancels White House Correspondents dinner.
(Did anyone seriously think that Trump would be part of good-natured ribbing aimed at himself?)
Feb. 26: Trump declares (on Twitter) that all news about Russia is "fake news" (Translated: the pressure is getting to him.)
Feb. 26: Philip Bilden withdraws as nominee for Secretary of the Navy (as a security investor and philanthropist, Bilden's lack of experience in Naval affairs was questionable)
Feb. 28: Former President George W. Bush speaks out on rise of racism since Trump took office. (Bush never spoke out during the Obama admministration)
Mar. 1: Disclosure that Sessions met with Russian Ambassador twice
Mar. 5: Russian Hackers Said to Seek Hush Money From Liberal Groups. Liberal non-profit groups have been victims of extortion (with implications that monies went to the payment of anti-Trump protestors)
According to some Trump's supporters, however, his bad bad week was due to witchcraft.
It's not just a political battle anymore. It's spiritual warfare now. Exorcists, witches and occultists "in a number of magical groups" are announcing plans for a ritual designed to "bind Donald Trump and all who abet him." It's to happen Friday at midnight at a variety of locations across the nation, and again every month until Donald Trump is no longer in office.
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