Psycho Hillary Clinton was so peeved about the media coverage over her private email server that she was considering making voodoo dolls in the image of “certain members” of the news and Congress with the intention of “[sticking] them full of pins.”
That sounds sane . . .
In the text, Clinton goes on to complain about the various “attacks” that were leveled against her in relation to the use of her private email server and claims that the reports were “untrue or widely overstated, and motivated by partisan politics.”
In the excerpt below, she digs into her voodoo doll concept:
“It was a dumb mistake. But an even dumber “scandal.” It was like quicksand: the more you struggle, the deeper you sink. At times, I thought I must be going crazy. Other times, I was sure it was the world that had gone nuts. Sometimes I snapped at my staff. I was tempted to make voodoo dolls of certain members of the press and Congress and stick them full of pins. Mostly, I was furious at myself.”
In Clinton’s previous memoir, Hard Choices, according to reporting by Breitbart’s Aaron Klein, Clinton detailed her attending of a “voodoo spirit ceremony” with a “voodoo priest” during her 1975 Haiti honeymoon with spouse Bill Clinton:
“One of the most memorable experiences of our trip was meeting a local voodoo priest named Max Beauvoir . . . He invited us to attend one of his ceremonies. We saw Haitians “seized with spirits” walk on hot coals, bite the heads off live chickens, and chew glass, spit out the shards, and not bleed. At the end of the ceremony, the people claimed the dark spirits had departed.”
In case anyone was wondering, Google’s dictionary defines voodoo as a “religious cult practiced in the Caribbean and the southern US, combining elements of Roman Catholic ritual with traditional African magical and religious rites, and characterized by sorcery and spirit possession.”