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Bryan Fischer: U.S. should only accept Christian refugees

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During his February 25th, 2014 broadcast, American Family Radio's Bryan Fischer read from a post on the website of a fellow authoritarian conspiracy theorist, Pamela Geller, which warned that hundreds of Muslims refugees fleeing the civil war in Syria were arriving in the United States.

Pamela Geller is by no means a credible source of information, but Bryan "Truth Detector" Fischer has proven, time and time again, that he is vehemently opposed to any sort of fact-checking, especially when the allegations support his preexisting prejudices.

Needless to say, this greatly upset Fischer, who has repeatedly called in the past, not only for Islam to be the one and only deciding factor as to whether or not someone should be allowed to immigrate to the United States or not, but that the Founding Fathers specifically intended for freedom of religion to be an exclusive right to Christians.

Needless to say, Geller's findings resulted in Fischer complaining that nobody is vetting refugees to determine "if they've been involved in jihad," followed by his insistence that the only refugees allowed into the United States should be Christians.

"If we're going to bring refugees from the war-torn nation of Syria, it ought to be reserved for Christian refugees who are fleeing Muslim persecution," said Fischer.

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