In another mind-boggling case of conservative rationale, or lack thereoff, Bryan Fischer declared that if gays are successful in overturning the gay adoption ban in Mississippi, it’ll be like “imposing slavery on the south,” reports Right Wing Watch:
“Ladies and gentlemen. That is just a form of tyranny. When you compel people to do things contrary to their will, contrary to their conscience, that’s slavery as well as tyranny. So you think about it, who’s bringing slavery back to the south? Who’s bringing slavery back to the Confederate States of America? It’s the homosexual lobby. When you compel people to provide services against their will, that is involuntary servitude, that is slavery. I submit to you that it is the homosexual lobby that’s single-handedly bringing slavery back to the Confederate States of America.”
Mississippi adopted a straight-forward law forbidding same-sex couples from adopting back in 2000; on Wednesday, civil rights lawyers filed a suit challenging the last gay adoption ban in the nation.
Watch Fischer lament about the potential “enslavement,” of the south if the adoption ban is overturned, below: