Quote:I’m a bit of a mystic at heart.”
Lana Del Rey has confirmed that she attempted to place a hex on US President Donald Trump.
The singer sparked speculation that she was attempting to use witchcraft to get rid of Trump earlier this year, when she asked her Twitter followers to gather mysterious ‘ingredients’.
Now, she has confirmed it in a new interview with NME when quizzed about her love of the occult.
“Yeah, I did it. Why not? Look, I do a lot of s**t”, she replied.
Read more: nme.com
Which led me to ponder where on earth the practice is still punishable by law, but this article I stumbled on took it all the way.
According to care2.com There are still 7 countries where, *ahem* what the actual ƒück ...
they will kill you for it.
You can read in depth about each case at the website.
The short list is: (drum roll)
1. Saudi Arabia
6. Papua New Guinea
That's not barbaric or anything.
Moving right along, it's just a matter of opinion but it seems to me that people like this are going to hurt themselves with the hate.
To wish bad upon others is, to put it mildly, not a good thing, and those are the kinds of things can boomerang.
All these so called witches et. al. cursing the president should be trying to bring fourth the positive to help him succeed.
You know, If he succeeds everyone wins? Like it's supposed to be? Like it or not put aside the partisan differences?
Until they get their act together I'm blaming them for Jeff Sessions firing up the failed war on drugs.
That's shameful, but I'm not cursing Trump, I wish he'd see what a political disaster whipping out the fail whale drug policies will be for him. This is not what he said on the campaign trail, he said it was a states issue, I'm uncomfortable with this.
It's a social issue not a prison industrial complex labor shortage issue. You can't go backwards.