Christine O’Donnell witchcraft rumors have been confirmed by Bill Maher. Christine O’Donnell witchcraft stories come straight from the source, as talk show host Bill Maher has revealed clips from previous episode of Politically Incorrect where O’Donnell talks about how she dabbled in witchcraft when she was younger. What this has done, is created a new fever around O’Donnell, who has not only become a Tea Party favorite, but won the Delaware State Primary in order to represent the Republican name in the November general election.
O’Donnell is going to find herself at the center of a virtual media venting as she approaches the biggest election of her life, and it is starting to become evident why so many high ranking Democrats were excited when she came out of nowhere to steal the special election primary in the Republican race this past week. Now O’Donnell will go up against the top candidate from the Democrats in the November general election after pulling the upset win over past Representative Mike Castle. O’Donnell wasn’t predicted to win the primary, but with the backing of former Governor Sarah Palin, suddenly found herself with quite a few supporters on election day.
O’Donnell is set to face off against Democrat Chris Coons for the open Delaware Senate seat, but she can’t seem to stay out of the news. The Huffington Post posted an article on Saturday which points out some quotes attributed to O’Donnell when she appeared on Bill Maher’s HBO show, and they aren’t going to win her any new friends. One of the things she is quoted as saying was, “I dabbled into witchcraft. I hung around people who were doing these things. I’m not making this stuff up. I know what they told me they do. One of my first dates with a witch was on a satanic altar and I didn’t know it. I mean, there was a little blood there and stuff like that. We went to a movie and then had a little picnic on a satanic altar.“
So what did O’Donnell decide to do when she discovered that Maher had started talking about her appearances? She decided to cancel all of her public appearances on Sunday and into the early part of next week, most likely to try and figure out a new strategy to rebuild an image that might have just taken another knock. With all of the things getting said about O’Donnell, which have mostly been video clips of things that she has said or done in the past, it is starting to look more and more like people are scrambling to vote for someone new to this particular political scene, even if they come with a lot of baggage. Will O’Donnell “dabbling” in witchcraft hurt her numbers? We will know that answer pretty soon.