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The Witchy Women of Code Pink
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It’s true. The nutballs of Code Pink have turned to witchcraft to wage their battle against the military recruiting center in Berkeley. Catherine Moy at Move America Forward first reported the new moonbat technique:

The radical anti-military group, Code Pink, finally shows the world what its membership is made of: witches and crones. Seriously. This week, Code Pink is holding a series of events and street theater to get themselves some more notoriety. You’d think it would be enough that they have attacked the Marine recruiting center and traveled the world coddling dictators and handing out money to terrorists’ families. But nooooooo!!!!

The witches of Code Pink plan to gather at their usual place of harassment, the Marine Corps Recruiting Center in Berkeley, and cast some spells to chase the recruiters away. From Code Pink’s Website:

“Friday, May 9th: Witches, Crones, Sirens: perform rituals of leaving, cast a spell of peace and love over the station, rendering nil the recruiting of our youth to become fodder for this occupation of Iraq.”

Moonbats howling at the moon.

Par for the course in Berzerkeley.

From the Fox News story on the Code Pink coven:

Capt. John Paul Wheatcroft said he’s unfazed by Code Pink’s antics.

“They’re always in pink and wear funny things, half-shaved heads, one side with hair and the other one bald, yeah, I’m pretty much used to anything,” he told

How about the Eagles’ “Witchy Women” to help set the mood?

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• Category: Ideology • Tags: Berkeley, Code Pink