Conservative lobbyist and Holocaust "revisionist" Bryan Fischer is extremely upset with New York's decision to permit people he doesn't know, like our friends Richard and John, to become legally married. In a bold claim, he once again likens gays to Nazis and accuses the ominous gay army of committing hate crimes against New York Senator Ruben Diaz.
The Knight of the Long Knives continues as the homosexual lobby commits one hate crime after another.
The latest victim of homosexual bigots? New York state senator Ruben Diaz, D-Bronx, the only Democrat who voted against granting same-couples the “right” to marry in New York.
For taking a principled, religiously-rooted stand for the institution that undergirds all of human civilization, Diaz has become the latest in a long, sad string of victims of the true hatemongers in America, homosexuals activists. Their hate crime against him is motivated by prejudice against his religion, which teaches that God designed marriage exclusively as the union of one man and one woman.
Chuck Colson is another whose eyes are wide open to the steaming hate billowing from the denizens of the homosexual lobby. "The gay-rights groups have shown their fangs. They want to silence, yes, destroy those who don't agree with their agenda."
The federal Republicans, including many of the presidential frontrunners, have a long history of making public appearances alongside Fischer, sitting as a guest on his shows, and repeating his vicious talking points. And now they may wish to reconsider palling about with him in the future. Bryan Fischer is a spineless bigot who believes that only Christians are protected by the constitution, that Muslims should be deported, and that gays should be incarcerated.
Mr. Fischer is the perfect preacher of filth during a time in which some Americans are reverting to views of the days of Jim Crow. People are poorer than they're used to and afraid for the future, and when fear strikes, some turn to old religions filled with antiquated ideas. Bryan Fischer is a Christian opportunist willing to take advantage of a frightened populace in order to further his ambitions, which include a dream for a one religion world. In any other political climate, Mr. Fischer would be considered to be a member of the lunatic fringe. It's my hope that the good people of America will wise up to the truth that the men who make fortunes peddling division are the true anti-Americans and will mark their ballots accordingly.
If I were a Republican, I would want to run as far away from this kind of filth as quickly as possible.