During the White House Correspondents Dinner last weekend, President Obama could barely contain himself when making fun of Michele Bachmann for claiming that his policies had made the end of the world and return of Jesus imminent, which she said was a good thing even while criticizing him for it.
“Michele Bachmann actually predicted I would bring about the biblical end of days. Now that’s a legacy — that’s big. I mean, Lincoln, Washington — they didn’t do that.”
It’s a good line and had the predictable result of making the wingnuts sputter incoherently, as I imagine was what the president was hoping for:
“Rarely has this nation witnessed the kind of hubris, arrogance and callousness as we did at the President’s Correspondents Dinner. President Obama and his left-wing supporters in the media think it is absolutely hilarious that his policies could have fostered in an apocalyptic atmosphere in the earth,” said Richardson, author of New York Times-bestseller “The Islamic Antichrist” and director of the film “End Times Eye Witness.”
“But having only recently returned from Iraq to minister to dozens of families displaced from their homes by ISIS, I can most certainly testify that for them (there are now over 2 millions refugees and displaced peoples across the region) the end of their previous world has indeed arrived,” he continued. “Instead of laughing and mocking, our president and his supporters should be weeping because of the unfathomable agony and chaos that his foreign policy through the Middle East has produced.”…Joseph Farah, WND founder, chief editor and CEO, believes Obama’s mocking of Bachmann is just the latest example of his disdain for anyone who actually believes what he reads in the Bible and is willing to discuss it publicly.
“Michele Bachmann, like me, was profoundly impacted by the stunning revelations of the New York Times-bestseller ‘The Harbinger’ by Jonathan Cahn about the way America has been inadvertently re-enacting an ancient script written and played out during the fall of Israel,” Farah said.
“To Obama and most other non-Christians, this is just silly superstitious stuff – the kind of thing you make jokes about for cheap laughs at the White House Correspondents Dinner.
Yep, you’re right. This is sully superstitious stuff. And we’re going to mock it and mock you for repeating it. Sorry (not sorry).