THE GUERRILLA ANGEL REPORT — Because Bryan Fischer is a prominent breeder of hatred in our society through his radio program and his work with the notorious hate-group American Family Association. Here’s what he has to say about the teaming up of Ellen DeGeneres and JCPenney:
Fischer: “When a company with the visibility and reputation of JCPenney deliberately chooses as its representative someone who engages in a sexually abnormal lifestyle, it is not an insignificant thing.”
Sexually abnormal lifestyle? You mean like orgasms for women?
Fischer: “JCPenney’s choice will further lower the bar of what Americans consider sexually acceptable behavior.”
Peeking in our bedrooms now?
Fischer: “JCPenney is collaborating in the gradual desensitizing of America to sexually aberrant behavior.”
I would have like to have been in the JCPenney boardroom when that discussion was taking place.
Fisher: “A generation ago, virtually all Americans would have agreed that homosexual conduct violated cultural norms.”
Virtually all? Surely you didn’t think this lie would just slip by unnoticed.
Fischer: “Groups are already hard at work to normalize polygamy and even certain forms of pedophilia. It may not be long before those behaviors likewise receive some societal stamp of approval.”
FEAR! FEAR! FEAR! . . . wait a minute, what does this have to do with Ellen DeGeneres and JCPenney? . . . Oh, that’s right, nothing. Carry on . . . FEAR! FEAR! FEAR!
Fisher: “Will America’s young women be just a bit more likely to experiment with lesbianism now that JCPenney is mainstreaming it?”
Experiment? Sort of like creating Cold Fusion in a test tube? No.
Fischer: “Research has indicated that lesbians suffer from increased levels of depression, suicidal ideation, substance abuse, breast cancer and vaginal diseases compared to heterosexual women.”
This is because lesbian women face higher discrimination than heterosexual women and are less likely to seek help. In other words its people like Bryan Fischer that is the cause for these conditions.
Thanks for reading.
Bryan J. Fischer is the Director of Issues Analysis for the American Family Association (AFA). He hosts the talk radio program Focal Point on American Family Radio and posts on the AFA-run blog Rightly Concerned. . . . Fischer’s controversial comments on racial and ethnic minorities were cited by Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) in explaining the hate group designation they gave to the AFA in November 2010.
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