Speaking on “Faith and Freedom” yesterday, Staver – who called vigils at the site of the Orlando massacre “homosexual love fests” – had a conniption about Atlanta fire chief Kelvin Cochran (right), who was fired for distributing to employees a self-published book attacking LGBT people.
Despite his ire, ever-reasonable Staver said he did not “want to compare this to Nazi Germany.”
He then went on to compare this to Nazi Germany:
“But I can tell you that in Nazi Germany, what did they do to that Jews? They eliminated them from the academic institutions, you couldn’t teach. If you were employed in the public, you had to leave the public employment. Then they started putting stars on their businesses and their homes, Stars of David.
“They wanted to eliminate them because they were Jewish, not because of anything they did but because of who they were, they wanted to eliminate them from the public employment.”
Bullied Staver went on to warn that the same thing is happening in Georgia as Christians are forced to leave government service “because of their views on marriage and homosexuality.”
Kelvin Cochran claiming he wrote his book on his own time, ignoring that he distributed it to employees in the work place.
— Zack Ford (@ZackFord) October 25, 2016
“We are living at a time where the church is coming under great stress from these secularist and, in some cases, satanic forces, and now is the time for the church to rise up,” he added.
Listen to Staver’s comments via Right Wing Watch below.