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Bryan Fischer: Homosexuality is the defining battle of our time

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Bryan Fischer's disgust for gays, Muslims, and pretty much every form of non-Christian imagineable is already a thing of legend (as is his remarkable obsession with sex), but during the March 6th, 2014 broadcast of his American Family Radio show, Fischer went above and beyond and declared the fight against LGBT equality to be the defining battle of our lifetime.

According to Fischer, America's future will be entirely determined by "whether the forces of light or darkness will prevail in the battle over special rights based on sexually deviant behavior."

AFR's "Truth Detector" also asserted that "everywhere that Big Gay gains ground, Christ is forced into retreat."

Simple Internet searches, by the way, reveal that the most influential "Big Gay" in America is an ice cream shop. Which, given that they only have three locations in the entire country, I doubt is that much of a threat.

If the "forces of sexual normalcy" win, Fischer insists, then America will once again become a beacon of morality and decency for the whole planet, but "if the forces of sexual deviancy prevail ... every part of our culture will be corrupted, it will be contaminated beyond repair and America ... will plunge the world into a moral abyss of darkness and depravity."

Trust the man who commanded all of his listeners to hop into bed and start rutting to know sexual deviancy when he sees it.

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