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06/20/2014

Bryan Fischer double feature: Anti-gay discrimination is good, Mike 'defy the law' Huckabee was awesome at #March4Marriage

by Jeremy Hooper

On his show today, American Family Association senior spokesman Bryan Fischer, one of the single most anti-gay human beings in America, yet again made his case that discrimination against gay people is a social good:

So of course he's a big fan of what Mike Huckabee had to say at the National Organization For Marriage's hilariously failed "march for marriage." Building off Huckabee's words, Fischer said that it is now time for Americans, including state-level and congressional lawmakers, to simply defy what courts have to say on the subject of civil marriage equality. Clip is cued:

When I saw the picture of NOM's small band of protesters standing outside the Supreme Court yesterday afternoon, I was going to make a job about torches and uprisings and effigial floggings of judges who cast pro-equality rulings. Sadly, the line between joke and intended reality seems to be thinning.

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