Rarely has the contrast between two political movements, two cultures, two sets of values and two Americas been quite this obvious.
Here's what Kavanaugh was doing.
US Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh served mac' and cheese at a charity canteen on Wednesday catering to the homeless and those in need.
Associated Press photographers found Kavanaugh plating-up food for the Catholic Charities USA in Washington, DC.
Kavanaugh was joined at the charity canteen by his former pastor Monsignor John Enzler, who stood by Kavanaugh throughout his emotional Senate hearings.
And here's what lefties were doing.
New Yorkers who revile Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh — and who have a flair for witchcraft — can join a public hex on the newly-appointed jurist later this month.
But tickets for the hex are already sold out.
The three-hour “Ritual to Hex Brett Kavanaugh” is set for 7 p.m. on Oct. 20 at Catland, a pagan bookstore in Brooklyn. Tickets were $10, with 25 percent of the proceeds going to Planned Parenthood and 25 percent going to the Ali Forney Center, a community center for homeless LGBT young people, according to the ritual’s Eventbrite page.
“We will be embracing witchcraft’s true roots as the magik of the poor, the downtrodden and disenfranchised,” organizers wrote, adding that Kavanaugh “will be the focal point, but by no means the only target, so bring your rage and and all of the axes you’ve got to grind.”
On Facebook, more than 9,000 people are listed as “interested”in the Kavanaugh hex event, while more than 800 have marked themselves as “going” to it.
The hex at Catland is part of a broader trend of modern witches turning to incantations and rituals in response to the election of President Trump, and now to the confirmation of Kavanaugh, Vox reports.
Evil has rarely been this obvious.