Franklin Graham Gives Bad News to the Witches who Hexed Kavanaugh

October 23, 2018Oct 23, 2018

After Judge Brett Kavanaugh narrowly won the 9th Supreme Court seat, liberals were livid. It wasn't just the sexual abuse allegations being dismissed: it was what a conservative could do on the Supreme Court.

Would Kavanaugh try to reverse Roe v. Wade? Could he argue against the rolling tide of the LGBT agenda? Since he is a Catholic, Planned Parenthood was very worried about his appointment, issuing a huge smear campaign against him and inciting women to show their "rage" the days leading up to the vote.

So after his confirmation, there was not much rejoicing in the liberal camp. In fact, a cohort of witches based out of New York vowed to put a hex on Kavanaugh and invited as many as would join on Facebook.

"Please join us for a public hex on Brett Kavanaugh, upon all rapists and the patriarchy at large which emboldens, rewards and protects them," invited a Brooklyn, New York metaphysical store called Catland.

"We are embracing witchcraft's true roots as the magik of the poor, the downtrodden and disenfranchised and it's history as often the only weapon, the only means of exacting justice available to those of us who have been wronged by men just like him," continued their Facebook invite.

The event invitation pictured a distorted-looking Kavanaugh with flames over his face and reported 1.9K as planning to attend and an even greater 16K as interested in the event.

The event did indeed happen, with it being live-streamed over social media, so many more could participate. Here, in his usual unabashed manner, Franklin Graham delivers a dose of truth to the witches on his Facebook page.

"A group of witches gathered at an occult bookshop in Brooklyn on Saturday to cast a spell on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Yes, you read that correctly—cast a spell, a hex, a curse. It was live-streamed on Facebook and Instagram," Graham explained.

"The Word of God tells us, 'Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them' (Ephesians 5:11)," continued Graham. "These witches said they wanted Justice Kavanaugh to be 'exposed for who he truly is.' I hate to break the news to them, but that has already happened."

"The confirmation process, the hearings, the FBI investigations all showed the world who Brett Kavanaugh is," said Graham. "They found nothing to prove he had done anything he was accused of."

But Graham gave good news, sharing, "A group of Catholics in California responded to the news of this wicked ritual by fasting and praying for Justice Kavanaugh’s spiritual protection—I think that was a great response."

"There is power in prayer," encouraged Graham. "As Christians, we need to uphold this man and his family in prayer. They have been through the unimaginable—all so that he could continue to serve this country. Will you pray for their protection and for God to give Justice Kavanaugh wisdom as he considers key cases that greatly impact our nation."

Over 20,000 people responded to Graham's call to prayer, asking God to guide and protect Judge Kavanaugh and his family. "God said: No weapon formed against you shall prosper," encouraged Joyce. Dan said, "The names of these witches need to be published."

What do you think of Graham's statement about the hex? Do you agree that we need to stand in prayer for Kavanaugh and his family? Please post your thoughts and prayers in the comments! Thank you!