Prominent DC ‘Gatekeeper’ Admits to Using ‘Occult Spells’ to Murder Adversaries

The faith of the Washington DC political elite and swamp enablers has come right out in the open. Despite all the talk of these creatures being Godless slaves to their own selfish carnal whims and pursuit of power, this is only half-true. They may be Godless, but that doesn't mean they don’t worship Satan.

For approximately 50 years, the DC social and political world has revolved around a certain couple, Ben Bradlee, and Sally Quinn. This couple was acclaimed as the “New Camelot – Bradlee’s political rise to fame was largely due to his close friendship with John F. Kennedy.

As far as DC goes, even today, Sally Quinn is still designated the “Gatekeeper” of who is in, and who is out.

The new revelations emerging from Sally herself regarding her devotion to the occult is perplexing given her longstanding post as ‘Religion’ writer for the Washington Post, as well as various other facets of the liberal media machine.

And it wasn't just Sally dabbling in the dark art of witchcraft and the operating of mainstream media. Her husband Bradlee played an even larger role.

The latest revelation surrounds Sally Quinn, the surviving widow of Ben Bradlee, the Washington Post’s powerful executive editor from 1968 to 1991, who then served as the paper’s vice president until his death in 2014.

These revelations concern Sally’s own admission that she cast hexes and resorted to the use of witchcraft to take out, and that is meant in the literal sense, her enemies, and political foes. Continue to the next page to learn how the “New Camelot” managed to murder 3 of their adversaries through the use of casting hexes, and this is according to Sally Quinn herself.




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