Actress and rabid anti-Trumper Alyssa Milano used to be on a show called “Charmed” where she played a witch.
Now, I’m not sure if she’s seeking to employ any of that experience, but she surely got a reaction with what she tweeted on Sunday.
I need your help manifesting a change-of-guard in Washington.
For 7 minutes a day, I’ll be chanting the following mantra: “Believe in believing. The impossible is possible.” As I do this I’ll be thinking of the special world we want to create.
JOIN ME. We’re stronger together.
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) December 22, 2019
She got a predictable response and some folks had a lot of fun with it.
"There's no place like home, there's no place like home…"
— Robin Jackson #WE_WANT_JUSTICE (@rjacksix) December 22, 2019
You do understand that Charmed was just a TV show, right?
— 🇭🇰 Christmas Terrapin Andii 🇹🇼 (@Andiiterrapin) December 22, 2019
— LeoTrollstoy (@SpaceForThePapa) December 22, 2019
While you're chanting for 7 minutes a day, I'll be registering Republicans to vote for President Trump. Wanna bet who wins?
— Al Mosher 🌟🌟🌟 (@AlMosher54) December 22, 2019
— Leland Robinsonjr👌 (@LelandRobinso10) December 22, 2019
Mantraa and intention that focuses on evil objectives like you are suggesting, cannot and will not ever work. Good triumphs over evil.
— Legalize Freedom 1776 (@OldHick17800719) December 22, 2019
"Alyssa Milano Devises Strategy Even More Effective Than The #SexStrike."
— Dr. Trent Baker, Headline Maker Phd. (@lamarls) December 22, 2019
I had to chant for 35 minutes to get this for you. You’re welcome. pic.twitter.com/2YayfcU2gJ
— OJ’s Bust (@socialjim1) December 22, 2019
"Believe in believing. The impossible is possible."
Sounds like the mantra that got DJT elected against all odds. 👍🏻
— Maria Romanetti (@WriterRomana) December 22, 2019
There is a little truth there.
While Donald Trump did manifest positive thought to achieve his goals, he didn’t get elected because he chanted for seven minutes a day, he did marry the positive thought with action when many didn’t think he had a chance.
The difference? He worked to achieve it, with policy proposals that resonated with people while the Democratic candidate was basically saying just vote for me. He didn’t just chant or have the right “feels” like Alyssa.
Once in, he’s also worked assiduously away, helping to achieve a booming economy and delivering on promises like getting a record number of conservative judges sworn in with lifetime tenure.
That’s why he was elected, that’s why he’s still there and that’s why he’s likely to get re-elected. That “trumps” Alyssa’s seven minute chant.