Witchcraft? Not so fast. Let's read the whole story. Christine O'Donnell, Republican U. S. Senate nominee in Delaware says, "I dabbled into witchcraft." Christine O'Donnell 41, is the new Republican U.S. Senate nominee in Delaware. She sent a message to Washington defeating the veteran GOP Rep. Mike Castle in the Delaware primary. She has been endorsed by Sarah Palin and the Tea Party Express.
Bill Maher put out an unaired 2 minute clip of Christine ODonnell from his old television show "Politically Incorrect" in the 1990s discussing her involvement in ------ witchcraft. Here is what she said on the show:
"I dabbled into witchcraft -- I never joined a coven. But I did, I did. ... I hung around people who were doing these things. I'm not making this stuff up. I know what they told me they do," she said.
She continued: "One of my first dates with a witch was on a satanic altar, and I didn't know it. I mean, there's little blood there and stuff like that. We went to a movie and then had a midnight picnic on a satanic altar."
It's disturbing to watch the video. But not so fast. As a Christian if that's all you heard that might make you gasp because the practice of witchcraft is forbidden in Scripture. Here is the 2 minute video Maher released.
Let's not be to hasty. On another show Christine is seen defending her faith with Reverend Jerry Falwell. Here is what she said on that show.
On the show Falwell speaks of a private meeting with Larry Flint. "The truth is he's just a sinner that needs to be born again and when God saves him he'll be a new creature in Christ." Christine O'Donnell agreed saying, "Amen! And that's so true."
Could it be possible this is smear campaign against O'Donnell? It should be apparant that O'Donnell is a Christian. How would you fair on Maher's television program surrounded by a bunch of atheist? O'Donnell wasn't afraid to make a stand for Christ. Bill Maher and the secular media want to paint her as practicing witchcraft, I'm not buying it. Let's see what they come up with next.
(c) Jonas Clark