Singer Comes Under Fire For What She Did To President Trump

Many folks have been unable to come to terms with the simple fact that President Donald Trump is in office. While it’s certainly disappointing when an election doesn’t go in the direction of your preferred candidate, the amount of consternation that’s still hanging in the air is pretty remarkable. Regardless of how folks wish to spin things, Trump won the election fair and square. As such, there’s a great deal of the country that fully supports him, his administration, and his policies.

Nonetheless, there are plenty of folks that feel their wishes are somehow more important. That leads many of these same folks to make spectacles of themselves for unclear reasons. We have another example of that phenomenon, and this time it comes courtesy of singer Lana Del Rey.

As the New York Daily News shares, the singer has come clean about something she did earlier this year. She tried to put a ‘hex’ on Trump. Yes, really.

“Yeah, I did it. Why not? Look, I do a lot of s--t,” she said during a recent interview.

Alright. Del Rey offered up some of the reasoning behind her brilliant decision.

“I’m in line with Yoko and John 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 changes,” she added.

Ok then. That’s a relatively fair statement, but there’s something to be said for those thoughts leading to words, actions and physical changes that are a bit more grounded in reality.

“In February, Del Rey sent out a vague tweet with the message 'At the stroke of midnight Feb 24, March 26, April 24, May 23. Ingredients can b found online.' Those dates lined up with the waning crescent moon, which witches used to cast a binding ritual on Trump in an attempt to remove him from office,” the News reports. “Ingredients included an unflattering photo of the President, a white candle, water, salt and a feather.”

Perhaps Del Rey can use some of this witchcraft stuff to help her come to terms with reality. Trump won. He’s not going anywhere. If he does well, the nation does well. The same would be true if Democratic challenger Hillary Clinton won the election. Is that really such a hard concept to grasp?

Constantly jumping up and down disputing the results of the election do not make them any less true. Despite the valiant efforts of the mainstream media and Democratic leadership to cast doubt on the election results, there remains zero concrete evidence that anything underhanded took place. Zero. Zilch. Nada. Period.
An inability to come to terms with those facts will not change them from being true. If you find yourself in that boat, get in the ears of your state’s representatives and senators to vent about how awful things are. Beyond that, it’s high time to move on and get a grip on reality.

Source: NY Daily News, Fox News
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