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AFA’s Bryan Fischer: Everybody Knows “‘The Nazi Party Started In A Gay Bar In Munich” – Video

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Taking a page from Scott “Crimes Against Humanity” Lively horrific revisionist history of the Nazi party during World War II in his book The Pink Swastika,  the American Family Association’s trench mouthpiece Bryan J. Fister Fischer is pushing Lively’s meme that it  is “a matter of historical record that most of the Storm Troopers, the ‘SS,’ that surrounded Hitler and were his enforcers were homosexuals and we know that he couldn’t get straights to be vicious enough”


“Thuggish, totalitarian and repressive”... Sure sounds like the religious right to me!

Can someone please tell Bryan what “projection” is.

H/T:  The New Civil Rights Movement


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1 thought on “AFA’s Bryan Fischer: Everybody Knows “‘The Nazi Party Started In A Gay Bar In Munich” – Video”

  1. His insanity must be very comforting to him and his 10s of followers. How can anyone keep a straight (excuse the expression) face when during this diatribe he twice uses the phrase “live and let live”? As is true with most of the right wing they live for “do as I say, not as I do!

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