There have been a number of preposterous plans floated by the progressive left to “resist” the President of the United States, but this latest asinine action will leave you spellbound in its stupidity.
The loose-knit “resistance” to the President has been steaming ahead for months at the behest of celebrities, liberal politicians, and violent radical leftists around the nation. The concept is deceptively simple: Oppose every single thing that Donald Trump says, does, likes, or believes. At its core, the idea is simply unAmerican, and is being utilized to undermine the office of the President, yet the left has continually upped the ante on the ridiculous ways that they choose to exert this force.
The latest piece de “resistance” comes to us from pop singer Lana Del Rey, who recently admitted to resorting to witchcraft in an attempt to thwart the leader of the free world.
“Now, she has confirmed it in a new interview with NME when quizzed about her love of the occult.
“’Yeah, I did it. Why not? Look, I do a lot of s**t’, she replied.
“’I’m in line with Yoko [Ono]and John [Lennon] and the belief that there’s a power to the vibration of a thought. Your thoughts are very powerful things and they become words, and words become actions, and actions lead to physical charges.’
“She added: ‘I really do believe that words are one of the last forms of magic and I’m a bit of a mystic at heart.’”
While this is certainly an extraordinary display of strangeness from the radical left, it is likely little more than a publicity stunt for the pop singer.
The “resistance” to Trump has shown little organization over the course of its meager existence. With no central leadership or structure, this extremely basic opposition to the President has done little in terms of exposing what the left believes are the flaws of the administration. Instead, their incessant whining has done little but water down their own beliefs, turning what the radical left wishes was a political movement into nothing more than a droning, boring hum of shallow complaints.