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Typical Insanity: Left-Wing Blog Asks If Walker Is The Anti-Christ

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By Collin Roth

It was only a matter of time. Perhaps it’s happened before and I’ve just never seen it.

Over the course of the last year, Governor Walker has been compared to Hitler by none other than State Senator Lena Taylor, Saddam Hussein, and Hosni Mubarak among many other ruthless and wicked dictators. But now a left-wing blog called PolitiScoop is asking the question whether Governor Scott Walker is the Anti-Christ.

Don’t take my word for it, see for yourself here.

In the words of “Paul I Tascoupe,” the author’s pseudonym writes:

I agree with Rick Ungar’s assertion that this is about politics but I will take it a bit further then that, this is about Scott Walker trying to play God. The man has a thirst for ultimate power and control over peoples lives. He has shown that he wants to control how our children are educated about sex, when a person is a person, and now he will impose a death sentence upon those that need the help the most.

Need more proof? Ever read Matthew 18:20 in the bible? (“For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them”) Well in Scott Walker’s kingdom, he has changed Department of Administration rules to read “For where four gather in my name, they will need a permit” Think he is the Anti-Christ yet?

Sure, perhaps “Paul” is being a bit facetious. But this type of inflated rhetoric has simply become the norm in Wisconsin when it comes to describing the Governor. It is commonplace on the Left to compare Governor Walker to the most bloodthirsty monsters of history, all for political gain. And apparently now, some are wondering if Governor Walker might not simply be a dictator but whether he will bring about the Apocalypse.

As we approach just the one-year anniversary of the tragic shooting of Rep. Gabby Giffords that was meant to usher in a “new tone of civility,” the Left in Wisconsin continues to describe the Governor of Wisconsin in the most unjustifiable terms.

Just another day in Wisconsin, where left-wing hypocrisy reigns.

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