Despite having repeatedly tried and failed, Bryan Fischer once again tried to assert during his radio broadcast today that President Obama is "waging a war on Christ."
Fischer asserted that the nation's military strength is intrinsically linked to its spiritual strength and, by extension, America's military is growing weaker because President Obama is trying to purge Christians from the military.
"Our Commander in Chief is waging a war on Christ in the military," said Fischer. "Now you can disguise it, you can say 'well, he's going after Christianity or he's going after Christians,' but why is he going after them? Well, because of the first syllable in those words. What's the first syllable in Christianity? It is Christ. What's the first syllable in Christian? It is Christ. What's the first syllable in Christmas? It is Christ.
"So make no mistake, when you've got an attack faith, on religious liberty, it is an attack on Christ. So we've got a President that is waging war against the King of King and the Lord of Lords. He's waging a war against Christ and his welcomed presence in the military and in all of our institutions."
Fischer made this claims in the apparent hope that nobody would remember how he came to the conclusion that Obama warring on Christ to begin with: The repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell and an air force memo reminding officers not to get preachy with their colleagues.
In other words, because Obama does not allow Christians to wage war on non-Christians, Fischer considers Obama to be waging a war on Christ.