RECENT  POSTS:  » Read: NOM's guide to pressuring lawmakers to ban marriages (while pretending you're doing something good and positive instead) » Full trailer: 'The Normal Heart' » Vintage Clinton era oppo memo perhaps even more relevant today » Concerned Women For America advises churches to lockdown exclusionary marriage views » Video: What does conservative columnist Cal Thomas see as America's biggest threat? Take a guess. » Correcting NOM's fallacious fear graphic » Gee, Bryan, can't understand why federal courts are rejecting you gay = incest view » Former NOM sr. associate admits shift: Moving away from intellectual arguments, focusing on spiritual » Prop 8 defense attorney now planning lesbian daughter's wedding » If you can't afford your event, NOM, perhaps you should just cancel  

« Go back a post || Return to G-A-Y homepage || Haul tail to next post »

11/19/2013

Next time Todd Starnes goes on Fox News and denies the AFA is an animus-driven group...

by Jeremy Hooper

...consider the following.

Twice in the past twelve hours, the American Family Association's Sr. Issues Analyst, Bryan Fischer, has taken to his Twitter feed for the purpose of equating LGBT people with those who sexually abuse children. In the first, he links to a story that never once mentions pedophiles (obviously), yet Bryan throws that term into his introduction for obvious reasons:

Screen Shot 2013-11-19 At 6.16.09 Am

In the second, Bryan directly connects the two, as if they are birds of the same "sexually abnormal behavior":

Screen Shot 2013-11-19 At 6.16.16 Am

This is the height of offense. In terms of what a commentator could say to denigrate the world's LGBT population, there are few worse charges. This is a deliberate attempt to make people loathe and shun LGBT people.

This is the American Family Association.

Pagebreak-352

*If you don't know the headline reference, there's info at link. Fox News' Todd Starnes is a middle man between the rabid groups and his cable network, often going on the channel to run cover for these anti-LGBT figures' overheated ways. Recently, he's taken on defending the AFA as a pet cause of sorts:

Fox News' Todd Starnes claims AFA is simply a 'a well-respected Christian ministry'[GLAAD]

space gay-comment gay-G-A-Y-post gay-email gay-writer-jeremy-hooper


Your thoughts

comments powered by Disqus

G-A-Y Comments Policy


 
Related Posts with Thumbnails