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Bryan Fischer: When you look at a homosexual, you’re staring at Satan himself

“You literally are staring into virtually the unvarnished energy of Satan himself when you come up against the forces that are pushing the homosexual agenda forward.”

Bryan Fischer, Director of Issues Analysis for the anti-gay American Family Association, speaking on his radio show Focal Point, Right Wing Watch reports. Fischer was speaking about those who protested Governor Bobby Jindal (R., Louisiana) for his recent prayer rally, which was criticized for rampant homophobia. A caller who attended Jindal’s rally told Fischer that “the Devil is mad and that’s why he sent those protesters there” — which he was quick to agree with.

“I don’t think you will ever find a more directly demonic energy than when you deal with the homosexual agenda,” he said. “They’re vicious. They are mean. You literally are staring into virtually the unvarnished energy of Satan himself when you come up against the forces that are pushing the homosexual agenda forward.”

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