Witches are planning to put a hex on Brett Kavanaugh

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"[Brett Kavanaugh] will be the focal point, but by no means the only target, so bring your rage and all of the axes you've got to grind", the store's invite reads.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said she would like to reopen the investigation into Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh if Democrats win the Senate. Kavanaugh has shown, very clearly, by his weeping, outbursts, failure to tell the truth, and rudeness to committee members during questioning that he does not have the temperament to be a Justice on the Supreme Court.

Days before Kavanaugh's confirmation Dr. Christine Blasey Ford came forward to say that he allegedly tried to rape her when they were both in high school in the 1980s. Lindsay Graham (R., S.C.) previously said that "The "Kavanaugh bump" is real", referencing senators and other political figures that supported Kavanaugh in the face of uncorroborated allegations of sexual misconduct and who have gained in the polls.

Feinstein has been a controversial figure throughout Kavanaugh's confirmation process.

"Cursing and hexing has always been a key part of witchcraft". The US first lady's spokeswoman said no one on board was harmed. "The exact spells spoken during the ritual is different for every individual".

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The event sold out quickly, Bracciale said. "It's about having space for survivors of sexual assault who are not going to be silent and who don't want Brett Kavanaugh to serve as a symbol of defeat".

The ritual is organized by a Brooklyn-based practitioner named Dakota Bracciale, who also conjured up three events to hex President Trump a year ago, according to The Huffington Post.

"The president wanted to save the government money and also the Federal Bureau of Investigation leadership did not want to move its headquarters", Sanders said in a statement to CNN. "In comparison with the hexes on Trump, the hex scheduled for Kavanaugh has received about twice the response".

Catland will charge attendees $10 if they can afford it, with 50 percent of proceeds to be shared equally between the Ali Forney Centre - which helps LGBT+ homeless youth - and reproductive healthcare non-profit Planned Parenthood. Although the event is sold out, anyone interested can still by tickets to donate money and support the community. I mean, look at the people that surrounded the Capitol on the Kavanaugh nomination - 150 women climbing the steps of the Capitol to get arrested.