Heckler Calls Obama “The Antichrist” At LA Fundraiser Then Dragged Out

 

Not every one thinks Barack Obama is the Obamamessiah. At a campaign fund raiser for Obama at the House of Blues in Los Angeles, CA, a heckler stood up and called Obama “the Anti-Christ”. He was then dragged out of the event, see pic at the Gateway Pundit.

From Real Clear Politics:

“Jesus Christ is God! Jesus Christ is God! Jesus Christ is God! Jesus Christ is the son of God!” the man continued.

“You’re the antichrist!” the man said. The crowd responded with an enthusiastic cheer of “four more years” afterward.

“First of all, I agree Jesus Christ is the Lord. I believe in that,” Obama said to tepid applause.

As the man was dragged out of the even by the Secret Service he yelled, “Jesus Christ is God, Barack Obama is the antichrist!”

“[The] Christian God is the one and only true living God, the creator of heaven and the universe,” a bearded young man near the front of the space shouted after Obama took the stage, according to a pool report about the event.

Someone threw a jacket toward the stage and Obama, who had just been introduced by ABC “Modern Family” actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson, took it all in stride. “Is that his jacket?” Obama asked.



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  • Comments

    24 Responses to “Heckler Calls Obama “The Antichrist” At LA Fundraiser Then Dragged Out”

    1. Miklo on September 27th, 2011 10:51 am

      SPOOKY!

      I AM STUNNED. THANK YOU FOR POSTING THIS ON YOUR BLOG. I AM SPEECHLESS -

    2. Miklo on September 27th, 2011 10:56 am

      I knew a young man who interned in the White house during the campaign of 2008. He said the media tried to keep quiet some of the FREAKY things that went on during Obama’s campaign appearances.
      For example, some people in Obama’s audiences began convulsing, screaming, tearing and ripping their own clothes – as if under demonic influence. He saw some of this extraordinary mania but never understood why the media refused to touch any of it with a ten foot pole!

    3. Moi on September 27th, 2011 11:18 am

      They can cry four more years all they want, but this cartoon pretty, much sums up what I also think about his chances for re-election. Hope the link works for everyone. It is on a new site in Israel.

      http://a7.org/Resizer.ashx?source=album&album=3001&image=29773&a=450&b=1200&save=1

    4. rightknight on September 27th, 2011 11:23 am

      Not all hecklers are wrong.

    5. Michelle Smith on September 27th, 2011 4:46 pm

      Obviously, I don’t believe that Obama is the Anti-Christ but I do believe that he’s a narcissist and thinks he can do no wrong. Those in the audience chanting 4 more years are delusional at best and drinking that kool-aide by the gallons.

      I do have to say that surprisingly Obama handled it really well. Not so sure the heckler will be handled really well. He will probably end up in some mental institution and labeled as crazy.

      I’m sure the Lame stream media with label this guy as some “right wing/tea party terrorist”

      Geesh! Why doesn’t the fool just resign and save himself and the democrat party the embarrassment?

    6. super dave on September 28th, 2011 5:42 am

      he’s anti American for sure. don’t think he’s as smart as they say the anti christ will be.
      obama was drug up from who knows where so the democrats could use him to secure the black vote. as we can see, he;s done nothing for the black community, nothing for the country. he is nothing but a puppet aqnd knows to only what he is told to do by the likes of Pelosi and Reid.
      his very own race is turning against him in large numbers. they have no faith in a puppet.

    7. NGBoston on September 28th, 2011 6:12 am

      I’m with #5. While it is too extreme to label him the Anti-Christ, everything else in the post is spot on.

      There are whack jobs in all shapes and forms who have been heckling Presidents from both sides for years and worse (Think John Hinkley). It’s part of being in the position, unfortunately. But also correct is the assumption that this nutjob will somehow be associated with the Tea Party, then probably called a Racist to boot when the bottom line is he is just a mentally unbalanced individual.

    8. Moi on September 28th, 2011 6:47 am

      Here’s my take on what the anti-Christ is. My dad had a PhD in theology. He said when the phrase “666 is the number of man”, is mentioned in the Bible, based on the language used in that day, it referred to the entire race of man, not one individual.

      That said, I believe (JMO now) that it means when 66% of the human population on earth has turned their backs on God, or become evil…however you want to work it…all hell will break loose and the good of every nation will basically have to fight for their mere existance. They will be viewed as the ones that are a danger to society.

      It IS possible a “one world order” will emerge with a VERY evil leader…granted. But, I think it’s a lot deeper than on individual showing up and causing havoc. People will have to be already in the condition to want that or it couldn’t occur. Whatever happens, it will not be pretty.

      The comment above explaining some of the antics of those Obama supports acting like they were possessed is a good example of how a mind and soul can want to worship a human being and lose control of themselves because they are so wrapped up in the “message” that individual brings. Not matter how warped. They are immersed in it mind, body, and soul…and nothing can persuade them otherwise.

    9. Elmer on September 28th, 2011 9:44 am

      Re #2: “some people in Obama’s audiences began convulsing, screaming, tearing and ripping their own clothes”

      I’m pretty sure those were the Clintons.

    10. Rusty Bridges on September 28th, 2011 11:55 am

      What? They removed him? I can’t wait to see all the liberal freedom of speech zealots on TV tonight defending him like they did the anti Isreal muslims that staged a shout-out at the Isreal ambassadors speach last week and got removed.

    11. Moi on September 28th, 2011 6:54 pm

      Elmer…LOL!!!

    12. Steve Holloway on September 29th, 2011 10:06 am

      #8 Moi. I respect your dad but have to disagree with the statement (“He said when the phrase “666 is the number of man”, is mentioned in the Bible, based on the language used in that day, it referred to the entire race of man, not one individual”)

      yes the number of man is 6, but the bible says in Matthew 24:15 “Therefore when you see the abominationo of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy place.

      (That is one person, not many)

      Daniel 9:27 Then he shall confirm a covenant with many for one week.

      (refers to one man)

      1 Thessalonians 2:3 Let no one deceive you by any means for that Day will not come unless the falling away comes first, and the man of sin is revealed, the son of perdition, who opposes and exalts himself above all that is called GOD or that is worshiped, so that he sits as God in the temple of GOD, showing himself that he is God.

      (Again talking about one person)

      Ok I know this is long…but the bible speaks of many anti christs coming through out history of the world, but there will only be one man that is satans person for the end times that will be called the anti christ and the number of his name is 666. I can’t say for sure about Obama becoming that person. He did go to satans throne in Germany right before winning the election and has a monkey god that he carry in his pocket at all times.
      We are living in the last days. Time to get off the fence and except the free gift of salvation from Jesus Christ. He paid for our sins by dying on the cross. Repent and turn your life over to live a new life in HIM. Hear is a great short movie called 180″ Movie

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7y2KsU_dhwI&feature=player_embedded#

    13. Elmer on September 30th, 2011 7:29 am

      “Everyone foolishly assumes that his clock alone tells correct time. Christians claim to possess exclusive truth. . . . . Countless varieties of Hindus insist that their sect, no matter how small and insignificant, expresses the ultimate position. Devout Muslims maintain that Koranic revelation supersedes all others. The entire world is being driven insane by this single phrase: ‘My religion alone is true.’” -Ramakrishna

    14. Steve Holloway on September 30th, 2011 5:48 pm

      #13 Elmer.

      your choise, no one else’s. God will not force you but if you reject Him you automaticly will go to Hell which was not made for us but the devil and his evil angels and there is no other place for you to go after you die. Heaven or Hell, thats it.

      The devil drag us into this fight between him and God. So you see how important to learn the truth because their is only one. The devil came up with many different kinds of religions that go against the bible, but does the work for the devil to fill Hell. Hey is all on you to find out….good luck.

    15. NGBoston on October 1st, 2011 12:17 pm

      @Elmer—I don’t want to ever preach to anyone what Religion they choose to follow…but will use an upfront Disclaimer that having read some of the Koran, I was shocked at some of the revelations in it. It takes a real lot to “shock” me, I might add.

      The point being is this—we all were created in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost.

      Believe it or not—we are truly living on limited time. Raised Roman Catholic- I have lost so so much faith in those that preached the word and preyed on our Children. There will be no ascention into heaven for those involved.

      Guess my only point is—I truly do believe that Jesus died and was crucified for our Sins. I believe in him, because with him and through him all things are possible.

      Look around the world as well—surely one can argue that there is so much evil that exists. I am thankful knowing,also—that in the end—what little “good” there is that is left…shall overcome even the darkest beings, mortal and immortal among us that are evil.

      You gotta’ believe, Man.

    16. Tamikosmom on October 1st, 2011 9:59 pm

      13. Elmer

      John 1:2
      In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.

      John 14:6
      Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.

      John 3:16
      For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.

      Romans 3:23
      For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God

      1 John 1:9
      If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness

    17. Elmer on October 2nd, 2011 1:44 pm

      Re #14: So which truth is the only one, Steve? If it’s Christianity, which branch? Which sect? You know, I’m sure, that there are hundreds if not thousands of Protestant denominations which claim that their version of Christianity is the only one that will protect a person from the “hell” you speak of. Should I follow the Arminians? Calvinists? Seventh Day Adventists? Jehovah’s Witnesses? Mormons? King James Version Only? Or should I follow the Pope? I happen to believe very deeply in God, but I choose not to believe He is the monstrous ogre you seem to think He is.

    18. Elmer on October 2nd, 2011 1:46 pm

      Re #15: I’m at a loss for words, NGB. Sometimes I agree with your posts, and sometimes I disagree. But I always wonder why you can’t seem to make a point without cursing and name-calling. Now I’m even more confused…

    19. Elmer on October 2nd, 2011 1:56 pm

      Re #16: Thanks for the verses, Janet! I’m pretty familiar with the Bible, and I take comfort in its words. My personal study of the Bible has led me to believe in Universalism. But in the end, I always say that there are two things I know for sure about God: There is one, and He cares about me.

    20. Tamikosmom on October 2nd, 2011 6:20 pm

      Elmer

      The choice is yours. My prayer is that today you will bow and reach up and accept God’s free gift of salvation bought with a price … the blood of His only Son … the Lord Jesus Christ.

      Janet

      ++++

      Romans 5:8
      God showed his great love for us by sending Christ to die for us while we were still sinners.

      John 3:16
      For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.

      +++++

      IT IS FINISHED

      There’s a line that is drawn through the ages
      On that line stands an old rugged cross
      On that cross, a battle is raging
      To gain a man’s soul or it’s loss
      On one side, march the forces of evil
      All the demons, all the devils of hell
      On the other, the angels of glory
      And they meet on Golgotha’s hill
      The earth shakes with the force of the conflict
      And the sun refuses to shine
      For there hangs God’s Son, in the balance
      And then through the darkness He cries

      It is finished, the battle is over
      It is finished, there’ll be no more war
      It is finished, the end of the conflict
      It is finished and Jesus is Lord

      Yet in my heart, the battle was still raging
      Not all prisoners of war had come home
      These were battlefields of my own making
      I didn’t know that the war had been won
      Oh, but then I heard the King of the ages
      Had fought all the battles for me
      And that victory was mine for the claiming
      And now praise His name, I am free.

      Bill And Gloria Gaither

    21. NGBoston on October 3rd, 2011 6:54 pm

      #18-Elmer. Nowhere in my post (#15) did I curse.

      Certainly have cursed and name called on here many times. That does not make me any better or worse than anyone else. If that is how I choose to express myself, why would you rush to judgement?

      Glad to hear you believe in God. I do understand what you are trying to say to Steve. I agree with you that we will not all be going straight to hell if we don’t REPENT! Told you- raised strict Roman Catholic and listen to many, old crusty rotten Priests scream and yell from the pulpit and tell us how we were all going straight to hell while they were looking the other way when some among them were sexually abusing children.

      God only wants good things for us, and I am also encouraged to read that you sometimes agree, sometimes disagree with me.

      Variety is the spice of life and we can not all be the same, so your diversity and opinions are just as welcomed as my own as are other members on this board.

      =)

    22. NGBoston on October 3rd, 2011 6:59 pm

      #19- @Elmer:

      You said,

      “there are two things I know for sure about God: There is one, and He cares about me.”

      Bravo! Right on, Elmer. That is how I feel, too.

      God knows our hearts and minds—he takes the bad with the good in us (since we are only mere mortals and are all far from perfect).

      I take comfort, too in knowing that even though I have made my share of mistakes in this lifetime- God considers also the kind acts and noble deeds and takes those all in to consideration.

      Universally speaking, of course.

    23. Elmer on October 4th, 2011 6:44 am

      Re 21 & 22: Thanks for your sweet and thoughtful responses. “Universally speaking…” hahahahahaha! I think we have quite a bit in common, and I apologize if I came off as judgmental. (Blame it on my strict Southern Baptist upbringing!)

      Believe it or not, I had one of the most deeply meaningful spiritual experiences of my life in Boston – during my one and only trip there. I won’t try to describe it here, but I will always associate it with your lovely city.

    24. NGBoston on October 4th, 2011 9:45 am

      #23—You are most welcome, Elmer.

      See, even though I can use colorful language and call names, I am not all bad. heh heh hee

      Remember- it is the “Spitfire-Personality” disorder types like moi in the crowd that tend to liven things up.

      We also say what others think, but are afraid to voice since our Society has become so over-sensitive about NON CITIZENS and politically correct. What happened to American Citizens that were not afraid to hold their grounds, stand up for what they want- and not take NO from BIG BROTHER for an answer? There is a line to draw, however of that I am aware.

      I have learned over the years, my actions have far more of an effect on our surroundings and changing things Society deems as unacceptable than just mere words.

      Yes, Boston can be very nice, but too expensive, too liberal and too many things that this State needs to address. We can be proud of much, while at the same time —embarrassed by the Corruption and “business as usual” for this State. People flock here from everywhere and it is getting to the point where born and bred “Yankees” such as myself are almost forced to stay in the background. Uhm,,,no, Elmer! Not for me and my family! Like our Founding Fathers and Mothers—we have so much history here and no New Englander I know got anywhere important or made excellent progress by accepting the Status Quo.

      Glad you enjoyed your trip here. If you ever come in Fall, check out Salem, Mass…Rockport and Gloucester. Fascinating and lovely.

      =)

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