A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

ImageThe Euro News Channel has a section called “No Comment.”  The channel broadcasts video images of the day’s news without any narrative comment.

The History Channel’s airing Sunday of the third segment of its miniseries, The Bible,” held a “No Comment” surprise for viewers.  The show, incidentally, beat its Sunday night competition.

Jesus goes into the desert for 40 days and 40 nights to test his mettle and prove himself worthy of the task which God has set before him.  No test is without its challenges and this challenge comes in the form of The Devil, tempting Jesus to doubt his belief in God, promising him his own kingdom if he’ll worship Satan instead.  Jesus tells him to get lost.

The surprise is in the uncanny resemblance between the actor who plays Satan and the Oval Office Occupant.  The Left-Wing Media is having fits.  Critics are wondering what the producers were thinking, seeing how much the actor resembles you-know-who.  The major networks wouldn’t touch the series – and now we know why.

 As I watched, I burst out in amazement, “He looks just like –!”  My guest dismissed the notion.  That is, until it became the buzz amongst the Conservative pundits.  Now my guest believes there’s a strong, uncanny resemblance.

Conservative broadcasters are falling all over themselves to deny that they’re accusing the OOO of being the Anti-Christ, the Son of Satan, that the resemblance is just a coincidence.  CNN went out of its way to re-edit clips of Glenn Beck to make it sound like he’s accusing O of being the AC.

As an astrologer, I can assure you he is not; though his birth is close enough and came at a particular time that would make him extremely suspect and a close associate, if not distant relative, of the SOS.

As for The Bible series, it does seem to be just a coincidence.  After all the mockery Conservatives have suffered, they’re overdue for a good laugh.

 A picture is worth a thousand words – and a few chuckles.  No comment is necessary.  See and judge for yourself.

 

 

 

 

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