Bryan Fischer is confusing reality with an episode of the Flintstones.
AFA radio host Bryan Fischer writes: I suggest we have mass school shootings because we don’t have enough God on our campuses and we don’t have enough guns. When tragic school shootings happen, like the one in Florida, everyone sends their “thoughts and prayers” to the families of the victims. Show More Summary
Bryan Fischer urged people to "pray in schools BEFORE these shootings," as if the All-Knowing God needed a heads up.
The (unconfirmed) story of Melania Trump conducting a White House exorcism has given rise to new branch of law that applies only to demons.
Hate radio host Bryan Fischer is ever so pissed: Before all the facts were in, indeed, before any of the facts were in, Moore was accused, tried, convicted, sentenced, and punished with mind-numbing speed. Republicans, without a single...Show More Summary
Hate radio host Bryan Fischer writes: Not only did Al Franken not resign yesterday, it is my prediction that he will never resign. He will not resign until Roy Moore does – and since there is no way Roy Moore is going to do that, there’s no way Al Franken is going to do that... The post Bryan Fischer: Al Franken Is Faking His Resignation appeared first on Joe.My.God..
Roy Moore whined to the AFA's radio host Bryan Fischer that all the people criticizing him are "pure evil" Right Wing Watch caught this interview between Roy Moore and the American Family Association, which is labeled a hate group by...Show More Summary
This is just perfectly imperfect. Florida vs. Florida State: The game in which this is somehow not a touchdown. He did not score on this play amazingly. pic.twitter.com/cK81wzgaGS — Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) November 25, 2017 That’s FSU linebacker Matthew Thomas right before he dove for the goal line on what should have been a pick-six. Show More Summary
Bryan Fischer is relying on a "biblical" standard of proof that Roy Moore's accusers could never meet.
Bryan Fischer tried to play connect the dots with a single dot and ended up with the wrong picture.
Bryan Fischer isn't even subtle here.His bigotry is a core part of his Christian identity.
Even if you took the Bible literally, Bryan Fischer would still be wrong.
The Confederate flag is a symbol of slavery and oppression. The rainbow flag represents diversity and inclusion.Leave it to Bryan Fischer to act as if both are equally problematic.
Over the weekend I posted a roundup of scamvangelicals failing to turn Hurricane Harvey away from Texas with the power of their prayers to White Jesus. But I missed what might be the funniest one. Hemant Mehta at The Friendly Atheist...Show More Summary
It turns out hurricanes don't care about your prayers.
Centuries ago, celestial events such as eclipses evoked deep superstition.
The eclipse is a sign that Satan wants to cover up God's Truth, according to a Christian activist who would fail an elementary school science class.
“The path of this total eclipse of the sun is remarkable, in that it crosses over the entire continental United States, almost perfectly bisecting America from the Northwest to the Southeast. And in that path, the sun will be perfectly...Show More Summary
The best way to prepare for the return of the Messiah, Bryan Fischer said on his radio show this week, is to make sure we're all as anti-gay as possible so that Jesus knows we're fit to govern in the New World Order.
Last week a Kentucky appeals court ruled that it’s legal to refuse to serve LGBT customers in the name of Jesus. American Family Association radio host Bryan Fischer reacts: For the government to force someone to do work that violates his conscience is nothing less than tyranny. Show More Summary