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01/16/2014

Video: Los Angeles contractor shares shady stories of gay 'harassment,' which AFA's Fischer presents as objective truth

by Jeremy Hooper

David Foley, a contractor from Los Angeles (he runs a company called DLF Builders), somehow managed to find himself, on multiple occasions, in the wrong gay place at the wrong gay time. Now he's sharing his tales of supposed tyranny at the hands of gay baristas, park goers, and the Los Angeles Police Department, which the American Family Association's Senior Analyst for Anti-LGBT Animus, Bryan Fischer, gladly shares with his audience in a wholly uncritical way:

And this man, who was just minding his own business, just so happened to find the most anti-LGBT radio show in America. Funny how that happens.

To say there is more than to this story would be as much of an understatement as saying Bryan Fischer has a slight obsession with homosexuality.

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