Self-Proclaimed Witch and Donor to Colorado Democrats Calls for Attacks Against Pro-Life Coloradans

By Matt Connelly

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In a string of recent posts to Twitter, Michelle Mead, a self-proclaimed witch, and donor to prominent Colorado Democrats, called for attacks against pro-life Coloradans and called a recent attack against a pro-life pregnancy center in Longmont, Colorado “a justifiable act of anarchic rage”. 

According to records on the Colorado Secretary of State’s website, Mead has donated to prominent Democrats like Attorney General Phil Weiser, Secretary of State Jena Griswold, and State Treasurer Dave Young. 

In response to a tweet from Attorney General Phil Weiser and another Twitter user, the self-proclaimed witch tweeted: “The Life Center is a hard-right, pro-life facility that actively discourages and talks people out of abortions. This was a justifiable act of anarchic rage. Burn the ALL down, and see how they like the taste of tragic circumstances and abuse.”

The tweet from Mead was referencing the recent attack against Life Choices in Longmont, Colorado – a Christian resource center for pregnant women. The center was lit on fire and spraypainted with messages encouraging violence. 

No prominent Colorado Democrat has condemned the attack against the Christian pregnancy center despite numerous calls from conservative leaders across the state. 

The day after the attack, Campfire Colorado stood alongside Republican gubernatorial nominee Heidi Ganahl at the site of the radical left-wing terrorist attack and called on Governor Polis and Phil Weiser to condemn the attack. 

In a separate tweet on July 18th, the Democrat donor and self-proclaimed witch called for further attacks against Christian pregnancy centers. 


According to her own website, Mead is a witch who has had training with the Order of the Bards, Ovates, and Druids and ran a Wiccan Circle in Connecticut. 

Mead also apparently has “a small coven that will begin opening up for public services within the next year.”

Mead’s website also describes “The Science Witch” and says that “witchery is science and science is witchery.”

At the time of publication, none of the Democrats who financially benefited from Mead’s donations have decided to return the money to the self-proclaimed witch and promoter of attacks against pro-life Coloradans. 

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About the Author:

Matt Connelly is the founder of Campfire Colorado.