"One of my first dates with a witch was on a satanic altar, and I didn't know it. I mean, there's little blood there and stuff like that," she said, laughing in the clip."We went to a movie and then had a little midnight picnic on a satanic altar," she said.
We're supposed to believe that Satanists just casually show their sacrificial altars to dabblers in "occultism" whom they date. If so, one would think that there would be many more reports of such altars.
What O'Donnell saw, assuming she wasn't fabricating the incident as part of the disinformation campaign to mischaracterize Satanism so it can hide in plain sight (which is just as likely) was more likely the setting for Wiccan rituals, which are not to be confused with Satanism except that Wiccans are suckers used by Satanists for various purposes such as practicing the art of deception and becoming "possessed" by certain people who have passed on. For more on this, see my essays on pop "occultism" (Wicca: The Cult of Isis' "magical pagan" front and Ye Olden Con).
The fact that O'Donnell appeared out of nowhere and winds up with national press coverage, as a "bona fide" contender for a Congressional seat, and backed by a major "Christian" organization, is actually much better evidence that she's a member of organised Satanism than some story about having a picnic on a blood-stained altar.