Latest Fringe Conservative Theory on Obama: He's the Antichrist. No, Really

Add this to your catalog of ways fringe conservatives express their displeasure of having a black president: someone on YouTube has raised the possibility of Barack Obama being the antichrist because Jesus actually, literally said, "Barack Obama is the antichrist."

So to recap: Barack Obama is a Kenyan, a Muslim, Paris Hilton, a Nazi, a Communist, a gay crack addict, a racist, and the secret leader of a nationwide network of ACORN brownshirts and now the antichrist. It's almost as if there's one thing that makes people really mad about him, but for some reason people can't say it, so they have to come up with ever-more-fanciful and complicated theories to explain what's wrong with him.

This one's simple, really, so listen up: In the Bible, Jesus said, "I beheld Satan as lightning falling from the heavens." OK, but did you know that Jesus didn't speak English? No, he spoke Aramaic, which is kind of like Hebrew. It's also different from Hebrew, but so what—we'd like to know how you would say you beheld Satan falling as lightning from the heavens in ancient Hebrew, just for kicks.

Well, you'd start with lightning, which is "baraq." And then you'd have to find out how to say "the heavens," which you could say any number of ways. But for the purposes of this exercise, we'll pick, I don't know, let's say "bamah," which means "an elevation — height, high place, wave." Hey! That's weird.

What's more, when you want to connect two words in Hebrew so as to prove someone is the antichrist, you insert a "u" or an "o" in front of the word that would be most convenient to have a prefix on it for the purposes of proving that the person you're trying to identify as the antichrist is, in fact, the antichrist. So in this instance, you'd put it in front of "bamah."

So how would you say "I beheld Satan as lightning falling from the heavens" in Hebrew, the language that Jesus did not speak when he said those words? It would go something like, "I saw Satan as Baraq O Bamah." Spooky! According to the person on whose YouTube page we found this video, it's "probably just a coincidence...Just an interesting word association. The film does NOT proclaim that BHO 'IS' the AC." But it doesn't proclaim that he's not!

At least Hillary voters had the balls to say what they really think:

[Via LGF.]