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.
Colorado has extended the contract of head football coach Mike MacIntyre through the 2021 season, Brian Howell of Buffzone.com reported Monday. Bryan Fischer of Athlon Sports later confirmed Howell's report. MacIntyre will make $16.25...Show More Summary
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
Kyle Mantyla reports at Right Wing Watch: On his program yesterday, American Family Radio’s Bryan Fischer declared that any American who is “working to oppose Christianity and oppose the public acknowledgement of the Ten Commandments”...Show More Summary
Religious Right activist Bryan Fischer said on his American Family Radio show on Thursday that anyone who opposes or criticizes Christian influence in the U.S. is automatically a traitor.
Fischer says unisex bathrooms are UNFAIR, because he is not a god-hating 'unisex' we guess.
About a month ago, Bryan Fischer started following me on Twitter. It's been over a year since I've written the man's name, and much longer since I've given him any real credence as a political operative, yet there he was...
Kyle Mantyla reports at Right Wing Watch: On his radio program yesterday, Bryan Fischer took a call from a listener who floated the theory that Hillary Clinton’s recent bout of pneumonia was really a sign that a demon “has latched on...Show More Summary
The criticisms against NFL star Colin Kaepernick for not standing for the National Anthem have included words like "disrespectful" and "unpatriotic." But "illegal"? That's what Christian Right leader Bryan Fischer claims.
Athlon Sports | Bryan Fischer: North Carolina’s matchups between the University of Georgia and Florida State University rank among top 50 must-see games of the 2016 season. Carolina Blue | Ross Martin: Larry Fedora spoke to the media...Show More Summary
American Family Radio host Bryan Fischer, fresh off saying Hillary Clinton can't be President because she's a woman, claimed yesterday that she is "motivated by the spirit of the Antichrist."