Let me just begin by saying this story is NOT true: Obama Mom-in-Law Practicing Witchcraft?
Besides, it’s old news, like from way back when we were on one of our August vacations. Furthermore it was reported on exclusively by Rightwing wacko sites. And now most of them have mysteriously disappeared (the stories, not the authors), like this one from Townhall. Editorial discretion? Or… something more diabolical? Something with secret powers from the dark side (and I’m not talking about Toes this time)? You decide.
All I can tell you is that if Granny Robinson was a witch, it would explain a lot.
I’m not saying it’s true. In fact, I’m officially denying it. If you think I’m going to do anything to get on the wrong side of these two, you’re nuts.
Like I said, if it were true – and other critics much braver than me are saying it is – it explains a lot.
Butt remember, I’ve already officially gone on record denying it.
However in the interest of science and technology, I should point out that there is a world of difference between witches who practice the most holy religion of Wiccan, and Santeria, the mystical cult that originated on the island of Haiti and is a blend of Catholicism and African Tribal rituals. That’s right, the most holy religion of Voodoo.
I think just to be on the safe side, I’m going to also deny that Granny Robinson-Obama practices Voodoo. Nor have I ever seen her collecting up all the chicken bones after the fried chicken feasts that we never have around here. Furthermore, I know nothing about the current where-abouts of Eduardo, the Big White parrot who’s gone missing.
Nor have I ever seen these pictures before on my hard drive, and if called upon to testify I will swear they are both a photoshop.
Likewise, I would never dream of peeking into Granny’s room when she goes out for “tea” with her lady-friends from New Orleans. So I’ve no idea what she keeps in there, or why.
And that’s all I’m going to say about that.
I reflect, you decide, but don’t forget, I denied.