Okay, not really. But if you follow his claims through to their logical conclusions, that would be the result. On his Facebook page, he claims (bizarrely) that Jesus was in favor of religious liberty and other buzzwords, and anyone who isn’t is therefore an antichrist.
Barack Obama is not the antichrist, but he is an antichrist:
Christ is for religious liberty, babies in the womb and natural marriage. We can say without equivocation that Christ is for liberty (2 Corinthians 3:17), that he is unequivocally opposed to the dismembering of children in the womb (Ps. 139:13-16), and that he is for marriage as the union of one man and one woman (Matt. 19:5-6).
Whoever is against religious liberty, the sanctity of life and the sanctity of marriage has therefore set himself against Christ and is working against the purposes of Christ in the world. This makes him an “antichrist” (1 Jn 2:18), even if he is the president of the United States.
Christ is for religious liberty? The guy who says if you don’t worship me, you’re going to burn in hell for eternity is for religious liberty? There isn’t a single verse in the Bible that supports religious liberty. And Fischer himself is not in favor of religious liberty and he has said so quite bluntly. He says that the First Amendment only applies to Christians, not to anyone else. That isn’t religious liberty, it’s religious tyranny.