GLENN: Should we go into the witches that are now casting spells on Donald Trump?
GLENN: Which, I don't know where to go with this story.
PAT: On Donald and all those who abet him. So it's not just Donald Trump.
GLENN: So here it is: Large Facebook group composed of self-described witches cast spells to bind President Trump and all those who abet him. On Wednesday -- you know what, that is a word I haven't really seen around since maybe 1626.
On Wednesday, a large Facebook group composed of the self-described witches began to cast the spells. The group, which calls itself Bind Trump has more than 2,000 members. Although it's unclear exactly how many participated in the event, on the night of the alleged binding ceremony, dozens posted pictures and videos of their anti-Trump rituals.
We have got to see the videos.
JEFFY: They've been doing it since March.
GLENN: Can you get us the audio of that? And, Stu, could you look into a -- a -- perhaps a warlock. Wasn't Bill Rogers -- do you guys remember Bill Rogers?
STU: Oh, yeah.
GLENN: He used to be on the show a long time ago, because I believe he was some sort of a warlock, to unbind the spells tomorrow.
STU: That's an interesting -- I don't know.
JEFFY: According to the witches too, a binding spell is different than a curse or a hex. So...
GLENN: Well, you would know, Jeffy. What -- what is a binding --
JEFFY: I don't quite know the difference. I'm just saying that's what the witches have said.
GLENN: Okay. So here's -- the witches' event was scheduled to correspond with the waning crescent moon, and the group's members used an organized liturgy to wish evil on Trump's agenda. The participants were instructed to gather a number of components to aid them in their efforts, including a tarot card reader, an unflattering picture of Donald Trump. I don't know why -- why can't you use a nice picture of Donald Trump? Is the queen of all witches up in heaven going -- sorry. I don't mean to insult witches. I don't know what your practice is exactly. But are they like, "No. It's got to be an unflattering picture. This one -- this one makes me feel good." They're supposed to have candles, a small bowl of water, an ashtray, or a dish of sand, and a feather.
GLENN: Now, it -- it sounds like something you shouldn't take seriously. But have I ever struck you as the guy that doesn't take stuff like this seriously? No.
GLENN: No. No. They were instructed to call on spirits and demons of the infernal realms to bind Trump so that his malignant works may fail utterly. They want to prevent him from harming humans, trees, animals, and, quote, rocks from harm.
Now, I'm glad somebody has finally brought this up. But the amount of rocks that this administration has harmed is --
PAT: It's well into the millions already. Millions of rocks have been armed.
GLENN: It's untold. And it's an untold sad, sad tale of how some rocks are pried from their family in -- in what we haphazardly have just named gravel pits, and their family members are ripped and sent to other driveways, sometimes halfway around the country, for those rock families never to be united again. And who is responsible for this?
PAT: Donald Trump.
GLENN: He's a builder.
PAT: Donald Trump.
GLENN: How much gravel has he used in his life? The arm of the rock families must stop. Must stop. Sometimes, he grinds stones into smaller stones.
PAT: It's happened, yeah. It's happened.
GLENN: Can you imagine if somebody took your children and ground them up into smaller children? Would you be happy?
PAT: No, I wouldn't.
GLENN: If they took your family and ground your family up --
PAT: I don't know if rocks have children or families.
GLENN: Please, Pat. Stop with the denial. And they took and ground your children up and sprinkled them in some driveway. Your kids were what the Prius tires were driving on here in California.
PAT: I would not like it.
GLENN: No. No. You wouldn't be happy. The witches also condemn those who enable Trump's wickedness. They need to have their towers of vanity struck down.
That's the only thing -- that's the only thing that makes sense to me is strike down the towers of vanity.
Afterward, the witches were instructed, ground yourself by having a good hearty laugh. Jump up and down. Clap your hands. Stomp your feet. Have a bite to eat. Grounding is very important. Don't neglect it. And, remember, he hates people laughing at him.
PAT: According to Daniel Asor, who is a rabbi in Israel, he said people should not take these kinds of ceremonies lightly. He said, witchcraft or its real name Satanism is explicitly a power struggle, which is why it's so readily dragged into politics. Satanism, in its essence, pits the adversary against God.
JEFFY: Even if you're a good witch?
GLENN: There are no good witches. Glenda -- did you see Wicked? Glenda was not a good witch. That is a true live documentary that is happening in New York of all places. They've decided to expose the truth about that so-called good witch.
STU: What about Bewitched? Seems like a generally good witch.
GLENN: And what happened to her?
STU: I don't know.
STU: Is she?
GLENN: Yeah. What happened to her husband? Her first husband that we all know suddenly changed features? All of a sudden, Dagwood or Darewood or whatever his name was -- remember? All of a sudden, he was -- he looked one way, and then we were all supposed to notice. She hadn't fundamentally changed him. She killed him and replaced him. And the spell didn't work on me. I knew he was a different guy.
STU: Wow, you really do go deep. These are deep dives.
GLENN: Like I said, not a lot of people are giving you this analysis on the witch thing. I actually agree with the rabbi. I don't take this lightly at all. I mean, I don't know how many of the 2,000 people are serious. This is kind of like the -- what is it? The secret grove -- what is that place called in California?
STU: Bohemian Grove.
GLENN: Oh, yeah, Bohemian Grove. The Bohemian Grove. I don't think -- you know, I wrote about it in my book, The Eye of Moloch. And it's a fiction novel. Better than Brad Thor's, I think, quite honestly. In fact, I could do an interview about that now if you would like.
But I wrote about it in my book the Eye of Moloch. And I explained how I believe some of the stuff works. But I did it in a -- you know, a fiction sort of setting.
And, you know, the Bohemian Grove does exist. And all of these people do come from all over the world. All these high leaders. And they do apparently do this old owl thing, where they set it on fire or set a little boat on fire with that people in it. No actual little people were harmed.
And there's these little figures that they put in it. And then they, I don't know, set them on fire and throw them in the belly of the owl or something weird. I don't think anybody there takes that seriously. Maybe a couple of people. There might be, I don't know, 1,000 people there. Maybe two, really understand that that's an ancient ritual and take it seriously.
The rest are just having a party. And they're just, oh, this is funny. Oh, there's nothing to this. They don't have any intention. They don't even know what it means. They don't care. But they are performing an ancient ritual. And the same I believe with the witches.
You know, I'm not a witch hunter. I don't. You know, I'm sure there are good witches. I'm sure there are people that are just witches. They just care about the environment. And whatever witches do. They don't fly on broomsticks or any of that nonsense.
But I do believe things like this, you are performing ancient pagan rituals that I do believe do play into the adversary, do play into darkness, and I don't think we should take these things lightly. Although, I don't think Donald Trump at any point is going to be bound or -- or turn into a newt. But that's just me.