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Evangelical Radio Host Bryan Fischer Refers to Obama as ‘An Anti-Christ’

Bryan Fischer, the controversial Evangelical radio host, took the phenomenon known as “Obama Derangement Syndrome” to new heights on Friday when he referred to Obama as “an anti-Christ.”

Fischer took special care to point out that Obama is not a “capital ‘A’ anti-Christ,” which was specifically prophesied by John in the New Testament. Many other Evangelical figures have included Obama in their end-times rhetoric, but not many of prominence have referred to the President in this manner.

“There is an Anti-Christ that is coming; ‘the’ Anti-Christ — capital ‘A.’ But even now [John] says many anti-Christs have gone out into the world,” Fischer said. “And very clearly, Barack Obama is one of those. He is an anti-Christ. He’s a little ‘a’ anti-Christ.”

Fischer went on to justify his declaration by mentioning abortion and gay marriage, saying that since Obama was not interested in creating any legislation that would “provide protection in law” in favor of traditional marriage and unborn fetuses, he is therefore “an” anti-Christ since he is one of many going against fundamentalist Christian principles.

Watch the video below to hear more of Fischer’s comments.

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  1. Larry Dillon

    February 10, 2013 at 7:18 pm

    Thank God he finally showed up..I’ve been hearing about the arrival of Mr 666 all my life….Now that he’s here lets usher in those 3 1/2 yrs of peace on earth everybody is in fear of…

  2. bill

    February 10, 2013 at 8:17 pm

    New headline. NORMAL PEOPLE CALL WACK JOB “MORON”

  3. Kelly J Cowan

    February 10, 2013 at 8:36 pm

    What is so prepostero­us about what we mistakenly refer to as the christian right, is it’s alleged foundation in Christiani­ty. This is actually an antichrist­ian ideology, that should in no way be confused with Christiani­ty. Their policies are clearly un-Christ like in letter, and in effect. It is quite simply, the control of a portion of the population by a Machiavelli­an, anti-chris­tian, political and business machine. That is what the antichrist is – antichrist in the name of Christ. If Christiani­ty still carried the death sentence, as it did pre-Edict of Milan, the pious politician­s and ”religiou­s leaders” of today would be throwing Christians to the lions. Their overt piety is the practice of a christiani­ty of political expedience­, and business convenience. Their anti-chris­tic behavior is glaringly exemplifie­d by their disseminat­ion of fear and lies for manipulati­on, and their devious quest for material wealth and the earthly powers they buy with it. If Jesus came back today they would seek to kill him again. The anti-chris­tian right are the money changers in the Temple. We must stop referring to them as Christians and call them what they are, ”antichri­stians”.

  4. galiberal

    February 11, 2013 at 11:34 am

    Funny that the ad following this article is for christiansciencegeorgia.org.

  5. Raji the Green Witch

    February 11, 2013 at 5:39 pm

    RWNJ’s like this scare the crap out of me! This was the kind of talk that brought entire villages to the hangman’s noose in the 1400’s with accusations of Witchcraft. THIS was WHY the Founding Fathers insisted upon the idea that there would be NO “Established Church” of America and that Religious freedom would be extended to people of ALL Faiths and not JUST one Religion or sect.

  6. gynnek

    June 22, 2013 at 3:04 pm

    This low life is the anti-Christ.

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