Tea Party favorite Christine O’Donnell does not appear to be the picture-perfect American candidate now that Bill Maher has raised issues about the candidate’s admission to practicing witchcraft. Additional reports are bringing attention to her views on masturbation and possible campaign finance ethics violations.
“O’Donnell has attracted scrutiny for other things in her background, ranging from her anti-masturbation campaign to her personal finances,” According to Politics Daily, A recent CNN Anderson CooperAnderson Cooper interview reveled allegations that O’Donnell may have campaign ethics violations as well.
“We have documents right here that show Christine O’Donnell spent a lot of money on what appears to be personal effects, and it was not during a campaign, and it was campaign money. The spending of this money occurred three months after she lost to Joe BidenJoe Biden in 2008, a year before she announced she was going to run as a candidate in 2010. The Federal Election Commission, allows you to spend money after a campaign to retire debt, but not to add to the debt. And she has lots of debt from 2008, which troubles a lot of people. They think it’s hypocritical, because — because she wants America to spend what it has.”
Since the Christine O’Donnell witchcraft video has gone viral on YouTube, the Tea Party favorite has cancelled several scheduled television interviews, including a Sunday appearance on CBS Face the Nation. The surprising victor in the Republican Delaware primary last Tuesday has admitted that she has “dabbled in witchcraft.” Talk show host Bill MaherBill Maher interviewed O’Donnell in October 1999 on his television show, Politically Incorrect.
O’Donnell said, ‘One of my first dates with a witch was on a satanic altar, and I didn’t know it.”
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