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10/16/2012

Video: CNN anchor points out Bryan Fischer's true extremism

by Jeremy Hooper

The American Family Association's Bryan Fischer likens the Southern Poverty Law Center's anti-bullying efforts to "poisonous Halloween candy." But when it really gets good is when anchor Carol Costello uses his own words against him:


[vid via EQ Matters]

Folks, this is exactly what we have been asking with the GLAAD Commentator Accountability Project. When the MSM books these figures, they need to mention the words that they themselves chose to put on the record. That is not an unfair request. The New York Times neglected to do this; CNN got it right this time.

Brava to Ms. Costello and her producers for mentioning one of Bryan Fischer's worst. For many more, visit GLAAD CAP.

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