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Quote# 132348

[Describing Roy Moore]

Everything Moore says agrees with what God says, what the Bible says, what the Constitution says, and what the Founders believed.

Bryan Fischer, AFA 0 Comments [9/30/2017 11:45:20 PM]
Fundie Index: 3
Submitted By: Demon Duck of Doom

Quote# 132193

[On the football players taking a knee]

The NFL has become the nation’s largest and most powerful hate group. And it is America that they hate.

Bryan Fischer, AFA 14 Comments [9/27/2017 11:54:03 AM]
Fundie Index: 8
Submitted By: Demon Duck of Doom

Quote# 131063

Bryan Fischer used his American Family Radio program on Friday to reissue his demand that the rainbow flag be removed from public places on the grounds that it is offensive and divisive.

Reacting to reports that some schools in North Carolina have begun implementing dress codes that include bans on representations of the Confederate flag, Fischer said the same policy should apply to rainbow flags.

“If we are going to ban the Confederate flag because it is divisive, how about we ban the LGBT flag at school?” he said. “If we are going to ban the Confederate flag at school because it creates division, because it arouses division, because it is offensive to people, because it so violates their most deeply held values about human sexuality, I propose that everywhere—everywhere—where the Confederate flag is banned, that we propose that along with it, at the same time, that the LGBT rainbow flag be banned at exactly the same time for exactly the same reasons.”

“It is offensive, it is contrary to our most deeply held values, it divides people, it does not bring them together,” Fischer asserted. “It’s time to have the LGBT flag banned right alongside the Confederate flag. If we’re going to ban one, I submit we need to ban the other.”

Bryan Fischer, Right Wing Watch 7 Comments [9/9/2017 2:08:12 AM]
Fundie Index: 2
Submitted By: Demon Duck of Doom

Quote# 129660

On his American Family Radio program yesterday, Bryan Fischer explained that the whole purpose of life is for people to prepare themselves to help Jesus Christ govern the world when he returns and that taking a stand against things like marriage equality and LGBTQ rights now is a sign that one can be trusted to help Christ “right the world right” in the world to come.

“When Christ returns, he is going to rule on the surface of the earth,” Fischer said, “and he is going to be asking us to help him run things. We’re now going to be under Christ’s reign in positions of authority to help him manage and direct and govern the Kingdom of God as it comes to earth and as it is administered on earth.”

Fischer said that “this life is designed by God to be like grammar school, like elementary school; the day is going to come when we are going to graduate and he wants us to be mature enough and wise enough to help him manage affairs on earth. It’s preparing us to exercise authority in the age to come.”

“So when we talk about the issues that ought to be exemplified, the values that ought to be enshrined in our culture, this is all part of us being prepared to exercise authority in the age to come, so we know Kingdom values, so we know what Kingdom values are,” he continued. “We know what the standards for society ought to be so when we get our turn to administer and to guide and to govern, we will know the policies, the standards that a society ought to be embrace.”

Fischer said that Christ is watching everyone alive today, looking for those he can trust to help him govern when he returns, “so when we talk about issues like homosexuality and the standards for marriage and sexuality and all that stuff, this is all a part of God preparing us to help him run the world right for the first time.”

Bryan Fischer, Right Wing Watch 13 Comments [7/24/2017 2:04:31 AM]
Fundie Index: 4
Submitted By: Kuyohashi

Quote# 129109

On his radio show last week, the American Family Association’s Bryan Fischer criticized schools for focusing on teaching students about the history of slavery in America instead of teaching that it was Christians who ended the practice in this country and complained that schools are teaching students about Islam rather than promoting Christian pride or patriotism.

“What schoolchildren are being taught now more and more and more is that our Founding Fathers were all slaveholders,” Fischer said. “All they hear about when they talk about American history is how we tolerated slavery, which is a true fact, but we also made it illegal. We also freed the slaves.”

Fischer pointed out the commonality of slavery across mankind, arguing that schools should focus on Christianity’s role in ending the practice in America.

“What’s not taught about America is that we freed the slaves, we recognized the evil of slavery, and we did something about it that is to our credit,” he said.

He claimed that “if we only followed the Bible, we wouldn’t have had slavery in America,” adding that students are wrongly being taught that “the Bible is responsible for slavery.”

Fischer also claimed that public school curricula have become “pro-Islam.”

“You’ve got a lot of schools now that officially say you’ve got to teach about Islam, you got to have kids memorizing the Islamic conversion prayer, you’ve got to teach them the five pillars of Islam, get them to do it so they actually become practicing Muslims for a period of time, and that’s considered superior,” Fischer said.

Bryan Fischer, Right Wing Watch 26 Comments [7/11/2017 2:28:47 PM]
Fundie Index: 7
Submitted By: Demon Duck of Doom

Quote# 126006

When we look at the face of Islam, we are looking at the face of Satan and the face of hell itself.

Bryan Fischer, American Family Radio 13 Comments [4/5/2017 12:04:02 AM]
Fundie Index: 5
Submitted By: Demon Duck of Doom

Quote# 125946

Worst example of cultural appropriation ever: LGBTs stole the rainbow from God. It's his. He invented it. Gen. 9:11-17. Give it back.

Bryan Fischer, Twitter 25 Comments [4/2/2017 7:28:43 PM]
Fundie Index: 13
Submitted By: Demon Duck of Doom

Quote# 125875

The mere fact that a bottom-rung judge would have the presumption to wrest that power from the president and arrogate it to himself is beyond disturbing. The only thing more disturbing is that we are letting him get away with it. It’s absurd that the only figure who is allowed to dictate immigration policy “by proclamation” is the one figure who has no authority whatsoever to do it.

It must not be forgotten that this toxic activism will not be confined to this renegade judge. Other minor-league judges will take note that one of their colleagues has taken control, all by himself, of a major area of American policy, is dictating policy to the president, and everybody is letting him get away with it. Some judges will certainly tell themselves that if Judge Watson can do it, what’s stopping me from doing the same thing in another area of public policy? The result will be total chaos, with an entire nation in the grip of ego-driven junior league judges routinely exceeding their authority and wresting complete control of American policy from our elected officials.

I, for one, do not welcome our new judicial overlords. And neither should President Trump. If the president were to ignore Judge Watson’s tyrannical edict, on the grounds that the judge has no more legal authority than a traffic court judge to issue it, what could Judge Watson do about it? If the president were simply to go straight on ahead and begin implementing his perfectly constitutional policy, what could Judge Watson do to stop him? Precisely nothing.

Upon taking office, President Trump quite pointedly hung a portrait of Andrew Jackson in the White House. Jackson is perhaps most noted for telling the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court to take a hike when he issued an unconstitutional order. Jackson is reported to have said, “John Marshall has made his decision; now let him enforce it!”

This is the only way judicial tyranny is going to be broken in America. It will be broken by elected officials who fulfill their oaths of office to uphold and defend the Constitution by flatly refusing to knuckle under to black-robed oligarchs who tread where the Constitution forbids them to go. For elected officials to do this is not civil disobedience; it is constitutional obedience of the highest order.

Bryan Fischer, Right Wing Watch 18 Comments [3/31/2017 12:25:32 PM]
Fundie Index: 6
Submitted By: Demon Duck of Doom

Quote# 124728

Last week, the Washington Supreme Court ruled unanimously that florist Barronelle Stutzman had violated the state’s anti-discrimination law when she refused service to a customer seeking to purchase flowers for a same-sex wedding.

Predictably, the ruling did not sit well with extremist anti-LGBTQ Religious Right activist Bryan Fischer, who railed against the “gay Gestapo” on his radio broadcast last Friday, comparing the decision to Kristallnacht, the infamous “Night of Broken Glass” in which thousands of Jewish homes, businesses and synagogues were looted and destroyed in Nazi Germany.

“This is the gay Gestapo,” Fischer said, “these are the jack-booted homosexual fascists of the LGBT movement; they are imposing tyranny and they are imposing slavery. They are bringing these things back to America.”

“Remember what Kristallnacht was,” he continued. “That was where the Nazis went though the Jewish parts of Berlin and they broke windows, they set businesses on fire, they shut them down, they drove Jewish people out of their homes and set their houses on fire. Now I’m not saying that’s what the homosexual fascists are doing today; you know, they’re using judges’ gavels instead of lead pipes. That’s what they’re doing, but it’s the same deal. This is Kristallnacht. They’re trying to put this woman out of business, they’re trying to shut her down, they’re trying to evict her from her home, that’s where they tried to go with this thing. How is that any different? Just the weapons are different.”

Bryan Fischer, Right Wing Watch 4 Comments [2/24/2017 9:30:02 PM]
Fundie Index: 6
Submitted By: Demon Duck of Doom

Quote# 124808

Grandmother a Victim of Modern-day Kristallnacht

The homosexual fascists of the LGBT movement have claimed another scalp in their relentless quest to purge Christians from what the Washington State Supreme Court called “the commercial marketplace.” While the target of the Nazis was the Jews, Christians are the target of the modern day Brownshirts. The only difference is that the weapon of choice for homosexual activists is a gavel rather than a lead pipe.

Baronelle Stutzman is a grandmother with a sweet demeanor who has never been accused by anyone of unkindness or incivility. Yet yesterday the Washington State Supreme Court unanimously labeled her a hate-filled homophobic bigot.

Her crime? Politely declining to use her artistic talent to promote same sex marriage. The two homosexual men who approached her to do a floral arrangement for their “wedding” were valued customers of Ms. Stutzman, even friends, proof that she did not discriminate against them or anyone else. She even recommended nearby florists who would be happy to help them.

But her own conscience, animated by foundational Christian and biblical principle, would not permit her to promote same-sex marriage. As a consequence, the Snidely Whiplash of the Evergreen State, attorney general Bob Ferguson, literally sued her for everything she owns. Although he had to grit his teeth and settle for a fine, Ferguson wanted not just to take the assets of her business but her personal assets as well. It was his goal to strip her, a 70-year-old grandmother, of her business, her possessions, her bank accounts, and her house and leave her homeless and naked on the curb.

Ferguson at one point said Ms. Stutzman’s First Amendment rights have not been violated because she can still believe whatever she wants about homosexual marriage. But Ferguson is wrong. The First Amendment does not just protect the freedom to believe Christian principle, it protects the freedom to act on it.

The specific guarantee is for the “free exercise” of religion, a constitutional right American Christians possess 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including the time they spend running a business. It is an inalienable right they have received from the Creator, which means no earthly authority, including the Washington State Supreme Court, has the constitutional or moral authority to take it away from anyone.

I have been using the term “Gay Gestapo” for years, but lesbian columnist Tammy Bruce recently popularized the term, when talking about the Christian bakers in Oregon who got fined $135,000 and put out of business for making a decision similar to the one Ms. Stutzman made. Ms. Bruce is scandalized by the mean-spiritedness and raw hatred that animates the homosexual movement. There certainly is hate in the debate over homosexual rights, but it is not coming from conservatives. It is coming from the homosexual left.

Ms. Bruce pointed out that the Gay Gestapo is bringing both tyranny and slavery back to America. When you compel someone to violate his conscience, what else is that but tyranny? And when you compel someone to labor against his will, what else is that but slavery? The only one being discriminated against here is Baronelle Stutzman.

Ferguson said the verdict “sends a clear message around the country as well.” It surely does. It sends the message that the LGBT crowd is not about marriage equality but homosexual supremacy. For gay activists, it is homosexuality uber alles.

We as a culture must understand that, to put it colloquially, this is a duel to the death. The conflict between religious liberty and homosexuality is a zero-sum game. In every clash, somebody wins and somebody loses. Every advance of the homosexual agenda comes at the expense of religious liberty. We cannot have both special rights based on homosexual behavior and religious liberty at the same time. One will be forced to give way to the other.

One of the plaintiffs claimed he was happy to be on the “right side of history.” Well, the issue is not being on the right side of history, it’s being on the right side of right. It’s being on the right side of the Constitution, and it’s being on the right side of God’s moral law. The Washington Supreme Court isn’t.

Ms. Stutzman has appealed her case to the Supreme Court. Even if the Court takes the case, the same five unelected lawyers who imposed same-sex marriage on the country are still there, and certainly will be sharpening their gavels to stick it to this grandmother as soon as they get the chance.

President Trump, in the run-up to the election you pledged that you would protect religious liberty, that you would be a champion for Christians whose rights to the free exercise of religion are being trampled on a daily basis in this country. Here is your chance to prove that wasn’t just an empty campaign promise. Direct your attorney general, Jeff Sessions, to draft the mother of all amicus briefs to support Ms. Stutzman in her appearance before the Supreme Court.

And issue your executive order on religious liberty. NOW. Don’t wait another day. It’s masterfully crafted, and will make you and your administration the friend of religious liberty instead of its enemy. If you sign it and issue it, it will instantly become the Magna Carta of religious liberty for this generation.

There is no time to waste. How many more grandmothers will have to face the loss of everything they own before their president comes to their side?

Bryan Fischer, American Family Association 14 Comments [2/23/2017 11:27:14 AM]
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Submitted By: Chris
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