Brooklyn witches planning to publicly hex Brett Kavanaugh
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A group of witches is planning to gather in Brooklyn next weekend to publicly hex newly appointed Supreme Court Justice Brett KavanaughBrett Michael KavanaughLIVE INAUGURATION COVERAGE: Biden signs executive orders; press secretary holds first briefing Harris to resign from Senate seat on Monday Why we need Section 230 more than ever MORE.

The event, which is being held at occult bookstore Catland Books, will target “all rapists,” according to the Eventbrite page.

“We will be embracing witchcraft's true roots as the magik of the poor, the downtrodden and disenfranchised and [its] 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,” the event reads.


“[Kavanaugh] will be the focal point, but by no means the only target, so bring your rage and and all of the axes you've got to grind. There will also be a second ritual afterward — 'The Rites of the Scorned One' which seeks to validate, affirm, uphold and support those of us who have been wronged and who refuse to be silent any longer.”

Organizer Dakota Bracciale told Time that the group hex is an “act of resistance,” coming weeks after Kavanaugh was accused of sexual assault.

"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,” Bracciale said of the event.

Half of the proceeds raised from the $10 tickets will be donated, split between Planned Parenthood and the Ali Forney Center, an LGBT community center.

Catland Books, which describes itself as a ”metaphysical boutique and event space,” has held a number of hex events targeted at President TrumpDonald TrumpMcCarthy says he told Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene he disagreed with her impeachment articles against Biden Biden, Trudeau agree to meet next month Trump planned to oust acting AG to overturn Georgia election results: report MORE.

The event has earned attention from Trump supporters. Amy Kremer, the co-founder of Women for Trump, brought up the event during an interview on MSNBC on Sunday, calling it a “scary time” for Republicans.