" ... O'Donnell did not describe witchcraft at all, at least not the Wiccan variety. She gives witches a bad name. The error would arguably be the same if the Church of Satan's Anton LaVey had described himself as a 'priest.' ... "
The press has, for the past 30 years, permitted itself to be used in a CIA psyop to program the public with the belief that satanism is a mass delusion - of its victims. CIA spychiatrists have even gone so far as to organize a front, the False Memory Syndrome Foundation, to provide the press with a panel of "experts" to claim that small children do not really recall what they think they recall. The smokescreen covers up intelligence cult mind control operations involving pre-schoolers. These operations typically use satanic cults as cut-outs. It's a contradictory media psyop, though - most Americans know that satanism is real, but also "know" that ritually abused children are suffering "false memories." The spreading of confusion and false beliefs has left the public ignorant of the facts, the same is true of many in the press itself, so no one in the establishment media corrected the perky candidate, as they ought, when she claimed to be a "witch" in high school. O'Donnell did not describe witchcraft at all, at least not the Wiccan variety. She gives witches a bad name. The error would arguably be the same if the Church of Satan's Anton LaVey had described himself as a "priest." O'Donnell admitted to a satanic past, another matter entirely. (I need to point out here that lying is a holy act to a satanist - note the regularity and audacity of her lies, eg. her fatuous claims that she "attended Oxford University" and is "entering the master's program at Princeton." You wouldn't want O'Donnell to take a job at a preschool, let alone high office ... ) Ignorance is responsible for the misapprehension, an ignorance willfully conceived by the propaganda press to cover up the heinous crimes of MKULTRA's successors.
Now that Christine O'Donnell has disavowed her admission on Bill Maher's "Politically Incorrect" talk show in 1999 that she "dabbled into witchcraft" but "never joined a coven," she has inopportunely upset Wiccans. The high priestess of the pagan-promoting Circle Sanctuary, Reverend Selena Fox, accuses O'Donnell of "defaming" Wiccans, telling HuffPo any political candidate who equates witchcraft with Satanism "is ill informed and is not likely to get the support of people involved in nature religion." O'Donnell, who is running for U.S. Senate in Delaware, probably won't have to worry about losing the Wiccan vote. On the other hand, she may never escape her youthful remarks, which Maher is playing over and over again until O'Donnell returns to his show. "I hung around people who were doing these things," O'Donnell said in 1999. "I’m not making this stuff up. I know what they told me they do ... One of my first dates with a witch was on a satanic altar, and I didn’t know it. I mean, there’s a little blood there and stuff like that ... We went to a movie and then had a little midnight picnic on a satanic altar." http://dscriber.com/politics/2018-christine-odonnells-remarks-about-satanism-peeve-witches.html