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Bryan Fischer: "The next domino to fall is going to be pedophilia"

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During his Monday radio program, American Family Radio's Bryan Fischer once again indicated that sex is pretty much the only thing in the world he ever thinks about.

Fischer mentioned a recent ABC News report entitled "Polyamory: The End of Marriage?" ABC News has been promoting sensationalist headlines like this for years, but Fischer once again completely skipped fact-checking and ran with it anyway.

According to Fischer, just as he and other anti-gay activists have predicted, the U.S. is not only headed towards legalizing polygamy, but pedophilia as well.

"We were exactly right when we said polygamy was the next domino to fall" Fischer proclaimed. "And after this, the next domino to fall is going to be pedophilia. They're saying the same things to us now, you're exaggerating, but we were right and we'll be proven right."

Fischer is wrong again, of course. On two accounts.

First and foremost, the strongest argument in favor of polygamy follows the same logic as the strongest argument in favor of gay marriage.

It reads as follows: "Who the frig cares?"

Beyond the fact that people like Bryan Fischer have massive sticks up their butts about the two of them, polygamy and gay marriage are only linked by a general feeling of indifference by the masses, and by extension, a feeling that, if all parties involved are alright with it, nothing else matters.

Pedophilia, on the other hand, is legally recognized as a form of rape. The strongest proponents of legalizing pedophilia are presently people like Bryan Fischer who just want to finally have their "Told you so!" moment.

Yet even if Bryan Fischer did think pedophilia did have some prayer of becoming legal, it's not "the next domino." Per the petition for the legal recognition of personhood for a nonhuman, the next stick up Fischer's butt is more likely to be over bestiality.

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