Washington, D.C. journalists and other sad, bitter wackos on the margins of society have embarked on a recent crusade to find some scandal — any scandal — to sink rapidly rising 2016 Republican presidential frontrunner Scott Walker.
In late February, for example, two Washington Post reporters spent valuable interview time asking the Wisconsin governor whether he believes President Barack Obama is a Christian. Walker’s response of “I don’t know” served as the Post’s hard-hitting headline fodder. (RELATED: WaPo To Walker: Do You Think Obama Is A Christian?)
That uncompromising gotcha question was followed this week by revelations that Walker’s spokeswomen are alluring. (RELATED: Latest Scott Walker Scandal: His Spokeswomen Are WAY TOO HOT)
Most recently, WaPo reporters broke the story that Walker, like a young Bill Clinton, possesses limited foreign policy experience because he has been a state governor. Walker “is not a subscriber to Foreign Affairs” (a magazine with a circulation around 161,000), the Post murmurs. Also, Walker has made few exciting international journeys abroad like Beltway reporters and their trustafarian friends.
This petty scandalmongering has done little to affect Walker’s growing popularity.
It’s a sad, tragic situation because The Washington Post and other left-leaning media outlets which want so dearly to damage the Wisconsin governor are missing a huge and obvious story: Walker may very well be the Antichrist.
It’s so obvious. Let’s consider the evidence.
Scott Walker has burst onto the national political scene from seemingly out of nowhere — especially from the perspective of shocked lefty reporters who haunt the D.C. cocktail circuit. Such a rock-star manifestation is exactly what they would expect from the Antichrist.
What of Walker’s history? Everyone has a past. Astoundingly, in possible accordance with the famous Blood Moon Prophecy, Wisconsin’s governor was born on Nov. 2, 1967 when there just happened to be a total solar eclipse blanketing the earth.
While anyone born on the day of a solar eclipse is automatically suspect, note that in the prophetic Book of Joel, it is written: “The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and the terrible day of the Lord comes.”
Additionally, Walker hails from a state in which the foremost, taxpayer-funded university belongs to the Big Ten collegiate athletic conference. As buffs of Christian prophecy well know, the number 10 is vital for the End Times because the Bible says that the Antichrist will come to power from a confederacy of 10 nations.
The Big Ten Conference actually has 14 current members. However, as experts stress, the predictive numbers in Biblical eschatology are important for their symbolic power.
In this vein, note that in 2011 Walker proposed Wisconsin Act 10, an ultimately successful bill that addressed a then-projected $3.6 billion state budget deficit and, despite intense union attacks, reformed and modernized the state’s collective bargaining system.
But what about 666? As even casual aficionados of the End Times are aware, the most significant number related to the Antichrist is 666, the number of the beast.
Walker’s surname contains six letters. He has been elected three times since 2010 thanks to the failed recall effort pushed by unions and leftist radicals. Each of these electoral victories represents a triad of six-letter words: Walker, Walker, Walker — 6-6-6.
Still further, Walker is the son the Rev. Llewellyn Scott “Llew” Walker, a Baptist minister. Walker conveniently claims that he is a nondenominational Christian — not a Baptist. Furthermore, Walker’s ancestors primarily hail from the United Kingdom, where pagan religions reigned prior to Christianity. Thus, unquestionably, like the Antichrist described in the Book of Daniel, Walker disregards the religion of his ancestors.
There are many more signs. Walker, 47, is a relatively young politician, just as has been foretold about the Antichrist.
The United States and the world are currently undergoing grave economic and foreign policy crises, which is the predicted state of the world when the Antichrist is said to be arriving.
Walker speaks boastfully about his accomplishments in Wisconsin and has arisen nowhere near the Beltway lobbying circuit, but out of the obscurity of Milwaukee — Milwaukee, as in Daniel 7:8.
Walker has defeated the power of many unions, which spend millions and millions of dollars annually, yet which see themselves as saints, sort of like in Daniel 7:25. (RELATED: Teachers Union Fat Cat Lives In America’s Top 1 Percent, Expresses Concern About Teacher Pay)
Biblical books tell us that the Antichrist will attempt to change laws, usher in a new era and focus on military issues. Signs, wonders and miracles will accompany his earthly rule. Such things could happen if Walker becomes president.
Verily, it would be devastating for the Pulitzer Prize aspirations of The Washington Post — and, as an aside, for America — if Walker rises to power, shows himself as the Antichrist and tyrannically rules as the Beast of the Bottomless Pit — and no legacy media reported it because they were too busy asking unbelievably moronic gotcha questions.