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AFA's Bryan Fischer Keeps Hammering 'Underground Railroad' For Children Of Gay Couples: VIDEO


Evangelical radio host Bryan Fischer from the American Family Association doubled down on his claims that children need to be kidnapped from same-sex couples to protect them from the so-called gay agenda.

In the video AFTER THE JUMP, Fischer again suggests constructing an "underground railroad" for that very purpose.

(h/t Joe.My.God)

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  1. Um, his 'reach' isn't small. He has about one million radio listeners. This isn't some podunk radio program. This man is condoning kidnapping to an audience of susceptible listeners. That is concerning and should be pointed out.

    Posted by: Gregoire | Aug 9, 2012 2:03:25 PM

  2. Sinister bigot.

    Posted by: ryan | Aug 9, 2012 2:12:52 PM

  3. @Caliban: Amen.

    @Mona: Of all people, Romney has condemned Fischer. From on 10/08/2011:

    "Earlier this week, when we found out that Mitt Romney would be speaking directly before anti-gay, anti-Muslim, anti-Mormon extremist Bryan Fischer at the Values Voter Summit, we called on Romney to 'prove us wrong' and call out Bryan Fischer. And today he did, even if not by name. The implication was clear when Mitt Romney said that the speaker following him, Fischer, crosses the line and uses 'poisonous language.'"

    Of course, Fischer was clueless about what he could possibly have said that was 'ponsonous language'.

    Of course, that was almost a year ago. No telling what Romney would say now. After all, Fischer has continuously waged war against him.

    Posted by: Diogenes Arktos | Aug 9, 2012 2:22:19 PM

  4. Yesterday National Public Radio did a report on domestic terrorism that included Daryl Johnson, formerly with DHS.
    “I was always fascinated with why people use religion to justify violence and believe the world was ending — and had a role to play in hastening that end,” Johnson said.

    After he completed a report about how extreme right-wing groups merited attention, and that he predicted such groups would recruit returning military to be the American version of "suicide bombers," right-wing politicians attacked him for what they felt as his attack on "freedom of speech." (sound familiar?) DHS head caved and reduced his staff of 6 to one person and doubled down on the focus on Muslims.

    One of the topics was on how to define "domestic terrorists"--and while I think NOM and Fischer qualify, nothing can be done until "imminent" danger can be proven.

    Posted by: Ty Nolan | Aug 9, 2012 3:01:45 PM

  5. There has to be some law that prohibits you from promoting kidnapping?

    Posted by: andrew | Aug 9, 2012 5:06:45 PM

  6. As KevinVT said, Fischer's lunatic tirades are inspired by an actual kidnapping. He wants to take what happened in this case and make it a movement--a completely illegal one, of course, but the zealots aren't troubled by legalities. They only follow their own moral code and see it as law.

    One man who aided an ex-gay mother in kidnapping her child from the child's other legal parent (who still lives in our state, VT) is now on trial for the kidnapping. The man on trial is, surprise, the pastor of a religious sect. The ex-gay kidnapper mother's lawyers were, surprise, the anti-gay Liberty Counsel. She's been on the lam for years, aided by her religious buddies and lawyers, depriving the other legal mother of the legal custody she has been repeatedly granted by the courts. Sadly, the child is probably so brainwashed by now and such a stranger to the other mother, that it's hard to imagine a happy outcome to this.

    Posted by: Ernie | Aug 9, 2012 5:31:47 PM

  7. Bryan Fischer is just a bomb thrower. He doesn't believe all the crap he says. He just realizes that it fires up the morons on the fringe right and increases his ratings and speaking fees.

    Posted by: andrew | Aug 9, 2012 10:35:18 PM

  8. I'm sure the FBI will be chatting with Fiscer shortly.

    Posted by: Tarc | Aug 10, 2012 1:02:01 AM

  9. From some comments on the Right Wing Watch blog regarding Fischer:

    "Can Fischer talk about anything besides homosexuality? I doubt if gay people think about their homosexuality as much as Fischer does."

    Posted by: Diogenes Arktos | Aug 15, 2012 11:17:56 AM

  10. Oops! I overedited the intro to the quotation in my prior comment.

    Fischer's topic that day was President Jefferson. He still managed to get the conversation around to the evils of LGBT folk.

    Posted by: Diogenes Arktos | Aug 16, 2012 9:01:28 AM

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