Because, as everyone knows, if two forms of bullshit are mixed, their powers cancel out. It’s, like, Newton’s Fourth Law of Motion or something.
[The witches are] gathering together around the globe to perform black magic against the President. Because the news media didn’t work their “fake news,” and the marches didn’t stop him, and so now they’re upping the ante by bringing black magic into the equation. But I’ve got news for you. I don’t care if there’s millions of witches that are gathering against Donald Trump because their Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo isn’t more powerful than the name of Jesus…
Funny. Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo is also my euphemism for prayer.
And not that I care to parse the different kinds of “spells” there are, but the witches involved here are casting a “binding spell” on Trump. That’s not a curse, as Feuerstein suggests. Binding spells are actually “used to prevent someone or something from causing harm. They aren’t the same as curses, where you inflict harm on another person.” Feuerstein is responding to the wrong kind of hex… in case that matters to anyone.
I don’t know what’s sadder: that Feuerstein believes the Trump lie that the news media spreads fake news, that the marches were supposed to “stop” Trump (instead of simply displaying dissent), or that he thinks Christian prayers are more powerful than witches’ spells (as if there’s a Hogwash Hierarchy).
Meanwhile, he’s defending Trump, who is about as far from the ideal Christian as one could be. He’s a narcissistic, fact-fearing liar who has given virtually no thought to the Bible throughout his life.
No wonder Feuerstein likes the guy. They’re practically clones.