Chuck Norris: 1,000 Years Of Darkness If Obama Wins [Video]

Chuck Norris: 1,000 Years Of Darkness If Obama Wins [Video]

Chuck Norris and his wife Gena have released an anti-Obama video on YouTube, saying that the president has brought the nation to the brink of socialism and making ominous predictions about the future of America if he is re-elected.

In the video, Chuck Norris quotes from a 1964 speech given by Ronald Reagan to say that Obama “will sentence (our children) to take the first step into a thousand years of darkness,” NBCNews.com reported. Norris warned that America “may be lost forever if we don’t change the course our country is taking.”

The video is a call to action for the estimated 30 million Evangelical Christians who failed to vote in 2008, allowing Barack Obama to win the presidency by 10 million votes.

Chuck Norris has spoken out against Obama before. In 2009, he penned an op-ed against ObamaCare forHuman Events, saying that if the health care reform had been in place at the time of the Virgin Mary, she would have been forced to get an abortion.

He wrote:

“Lastly, as we near the eve of another Christmas, I wonder: What would have happened if Mother Mary had been covered by Obamacare? What if that young, poor and uninsured teenage woman had been provided the federal funds (via Obamacare) and facilities (via Planned Parenthood, etc.) to avoid the ridicule, ostracizing, persecution and possible stoning because of her out-of-wedlock pregnancy? Imagine all the great souls who could have been erased from history and the influence of mankind if their parents had been as progressive as Washington’s wise men and women! Will Obamacare morph into Herodcare for the unborn?”

With the latest video, Chuck Norris joins the growing number of anti-Obama celebrities to speak out during the 2012 election cycle. Actor and director Clint Eastwood was a surprise speaker at the RNC Convention, calling out Obama in the form of an empty chair. Singers Ted Nugent and Hank Williams Jr. have also spoken out against the president.

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