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Actual Witches to Trump: Stop Saying “Witch Hunt!”

It's often dicey to tell this president what not to do.

It’s hard to escape the endless tweets that come from Donald Trump. Whether he’s praising someone to the skies or broadcasting future military actions or trolling in a way we’ve come to expect, we all know exactly what he’s feeling throughout the day.

One group has decided to vocalize their irritation with particular things he says, according to The Daily Beast. “Many are mad, and the rest are rolling their eyes,” said David Salisbury, an organizer at Firefly House, a “pan-Pagan organization and tradition of Wiccans, Witches, polytheists, and magick-workers” in D.C.

Trump has repeatedly referred to the Mueller investigation as a “witch hunt”—often appearing as “WITCH HUNT!” Witches being such a small group don’t often cause people to stop and think when something is being described as terrible events in history in which around a couple of dozen people were unjustly executed in America and around half a million in Europe.

“To have him compare his situation to the worst period in our history is just infuriating,” said Kitty Randall, who goes by “Amber K.”

Generally speaking, Wicca is peaceful and is interested in environmental harmony. Some, however, have taken to casting “binding” spells on the president monthly, and others placed a hex on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

A word to the wise, though: Trump trolls like a Honey Badger, and if he thinks he is getting under your skin, he might just give you your own nickname and feature you in many tweets.

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