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Noted peddler of extremism: 'The Boy Scouts called me' about gay policy

by Jeremy Hooper

Immediately following a tirade wherein he once again denied that HIV causes AIDS (linking it to poppers instead), the single most anti-LGBT voice working today, Bryan Fischer, revealed the following about the cozy relationship between the Boy Scouts and the American Family Association:

[SOURCE: American Family Association Radio (last minute)]

Did the Boy Scouts call GLAAD? HRC? Did they reach out to any of our groups to discuss their policy, or did they confine their outreach to a man who once said that "Homosexuality gave us Adolf Hitler" (among countless other things) ? Inquiring minds…


*Note: Of course none of us would put it past Fischer to just make up this phone call. The only way we can know for sure is if/when the Boy Scouts respond. And they must. Fischer's put them in that position.


*Note 2: For those not familiar with Fischer and who don't have time to do the research—here's a one minute primer from yesterday's program (brought to you by our pals at RightWingWatch):

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