The American Family Association's radio hosts have demonstrated, time and time again, to have a severe disdain for actual research, much less true investigative journalism, and instead will cling to anything, be it a known peddler of conspiracy theories, a chain letter, or even just something they completely made up on the spot, as long as it compliments their preexisting prejudices.
Bryan Fischer is especially guilty of such, such as accusing Hillary Clinton of being a lesbian, Barack Obama of providing arms to Al-Qaeda, and Huma Abedin of being a Muslim Brotherhood operative plotting to destroy America.
Yet he still hasn't figured out (or doesn't care) that five minutes with any given search tool could spare him additional embarrassments.
Last week during Focal Point, Fischer once again latched onto a chain email as his evidence, this time claiming that Japan bans mosques, Qurans and Muslim immigration, all of which he supports.
"Japan does not allow any Muslims to immigrate there," said Fischer. "They cannot become Japanese citizens, the Quran is not permitted in the country of Japan, the teaching of Islam is not permitted in the country of Japan, no mosques are permitted in the country of Japan. If that information is correct, that's one nation that’s got its eyes open."
But it isn't correct, which took me a grand total of eight seconds to verify.