Bryan Fischer slammed Mormonism and Islam for doing the very thing Christianity is built upon.
Dinosaur right-wing hack Bryan Fischer has become the oppressed victim of some epic Twitter trolling after he claimed that LGBT people “stole the rainbow from god” and should give it back. Speaking on his American Family Radio programme...Show More Summary
Religious Right leader Bryan Fischer doubled down on his comments about how LGBT people stole the rainbow from God. He added that Al Gore should also take note because the rainbow disproves climate change.
If you weren’t on Twitter over the weekend, you missed a shitload of hilarious trolling after Bryan Fischer declared that gays have stolen the rainbow from God and they has better give it back. Well, Fischer isn’t too pleased about again being a national laughingstock. Show More Summary
Who knew that God could be a victim of cultural appropriation? Bryan Fischer, a conservative radio host for the American Family Network, made exactly that claim when he tweeted on Sunday that the LBGTQ community had mercilessly appropriated...Show More Summary
Many in the LGBTQ community were saddened by Friday’s news that artist and activist Gilbert Baker, who created the rainbow flag, had died at age 65. Leave it to conservative radio host Bryan Fischer, however, to seize the moment to make...Show More Summary
Bryan Fischer calls creator Gilbert Baker's rainbow flag the "worst example of cultural appropriation ever."
He calls it the "worst case of cultural appropriation ever."
Remember that God "created" rainbows right after a mass genocide. Because Christians have the best values. The best.
Bryan Fischer writes for the American Family Association: It’s time to go to war – spiritual war, that is – for the president of the United States. He is now the direct object of curses being woven against him by covens all across the...Show More Summary
Making a florist arrange flowers for a gay wedding is exactly like Kristallnacht, except for a few small details.
There are a growing number of openly gay conservatives who promote a Republican Party that routinely pushes anti-gay legislation. Why? Not for any logical reasons, that's for damn sure. But maybe they'll listen when Bryan Fischer tells them their homosexuality and conservatism are incompatible.
American Family Association radio host Bryan Fischer writes: A new and quite insidious trend has been launched in some conservative circles, a trend that unless it is stopped will eat away at the foundation of conservatism like a cancer until the foundation rots away and the whole thing collapses. Show More Summary
God-bothering windbag Bryan Fischer (below right) has a history of attacking Christian evangelicals who are just not quite Christian or evangelical enough so it makes sense that he would be unimpressed Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuc… Read The post Far-Right Wingnut Bryan Fischer Denounces Neil Gorsuch’s Pro-Gay Church appeared first on Towleroad.
Fischer doesn't like that the Supreme Court nominee belongs to the "rabidly pro-gay" Episcopal Church.
Bryan Fischer says that Jesus -- a dark-skinned, Middle Eastern refugee himself -- would support Donald Trump's Muslim Ban. Somehow.
American Family Association radio host Bryan Fischer this morning glumly pointed to a Daily Mail report about the church attended by SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch. They write: He has been described as ‘the heir to Scalia’ and is a religious...Show More Summary
American Family Association radio host Bryan Fischer is ever so pissed. He writes: Many of us feared during the campaign that the confusing messages Mr. Trump was sending with regard to the homosexual agenda portended trouble were he to be elected. Show More Summary
Religious Right activist Bryan Fischer is now backtracking on his comments that anyone who opposes or criticizes Christian influence in the U.S. is automatically a traitor. He never said that, he says... even though we have a recording of him saying exactly that.
Conservative radio host Bryan Fischer said last week that anyone who opposes Christianity is a “traitor” to America. Fischer began his program by citing George Washington’s farewell address, in which the nation’s first president linked...Show More Summary