Fischer is known for his rabidly insane views and comments on abortion, universal health care, science, evolution, reality, gay adoption, reasoning, same-sex marriage, race, honesty, and politics, and has a long history of making controversial statements. The AFA is generally ambivalent about whether they endorse his columns or not (even though they do recognize him as a spokesperson for the organization). According to Buster Wilson, the General Manager of American Family Radio, Fischer says “things that a lot of people on the conservative side of things think but they won’t say,” and people in the organization not only tolerate Fischer’s rants but actively encourage him. Fischer is also known for an almost epic lack of self-awareness.
 Views on religion and politics
Being a dominionist, religion and politics are two sides of the same coin for Fischer.
His political views are illustrated by the fact that he thinks Anders Behring Breivik's "analysis of cultural trends in Europe and the danger created by Islamic immigration and inflitration [sic] is accurate.” Fischer added that he disagreed with Breivik's violent actions, actions that according to Fischer show that Breivik is not a Christian but should instead be considered a “jihadist”; apparently he is not a Christian since terrorists cannot be Christian but are by definition Muslim.
His solution of the increasing costs of health care is for the government to stop demanding that hospitals treat everyone who shows up, so that the poor can die in the streets instead. If this sounds harsh, Fischer claims, remember that most hospitals "were started by Christians", so they will most likely help those who cannot afford treatment anyway. How he thinks that this will stop the increase in health care costs is thus a little unclear, but at least he got the opportunity to say what was on his mind regarding the sick and the poor.
Fischer has claimed that Federal income tax is "flatly unconstitutional", despite being explicitly authorized by the 16th Amendment, but has unfortunately not attempted to try out this assumption in practice.
 Freedom of religion
Essentially, Fischer believes there is no freedom of religion for non-Christians, and particularly not for Muslims. As such, he has called on the U.S. military to ban all Muslims from serving, and raised questions as to whether Muslims should be allowed to immigrate to the United States at all. He has also argued that:
- First Amendment protections do not apply to Muslims or Mormons. As he puts it, "[t]he First Amendment was written by the Founders to protect the free exercise of Christianity. They were making no effort to give special protections to Islam," which of course just takes for granted the breathtakingly wrong assumption that the First Amendment is supposed to give special rights (rather than equal protection) to Christians. "[T]he Founders were not writing a suicide pact when they wrote the First Amendment."
- Individual states have the right to regulate religious expression. He only mentions Muslims, of course.
- No permits should be granted to build any more mosques in the United States of America.
- A “sensible and sane immigration policy" would model "ancient Israel" and require every immigrant to “convert to Christianity”. Muslim immigrants in particular should be required to "drop his Islam and his Qur’an at Ellis Island." Originally posted in a 2011 column, he later altered the article to make it sound a tad less extreme, but in February 2012 he repeated the claim that Muslims should "convert to Christianity" in order to become American citizens, saying that immigrants "got to embrace your God, they've got to embrace your faith." Part of the reason is that Muslims, according to Fischer, are a "toxic cancer" to American culture,
- Based on the "ObamaCare" individual mandate model, the government should tax atheists.
“”the First Amendment was written neither to guarantee freedom of religion to Muslims or Buddhists or Hindus nor to prohibit their free exercise of religion. It wasn’t written about them one way or another. It was written for one specific purpose: to protect the free exercise of the Christian religion
In August 2011 the Pew Research Center for People and the Press released a survey that found that "Muslims in the United States continue to reject extremism." Fischer, of course, rejected the claim outright, pointing instead out that nearly half of Muslims identify themselves as Muslims first and Americans second. Of course, Christians do the same, but in that case it is a good thing since “devotion and allegiance to Jesus Christ means [a person is] going to be a better American. He's going to be an asset to his country, he's going to love his country, he's going to become more fervent in his patriotism.” If a Muslim says “I am a Muslim first and an American second,” on the other hand, it is a bad thing since the ultimate “devotion is to the Quran, it's to Allah, it's to Muhammad. It's not to Jesus Christ, it's not to the Judeo-Christian tradition, it is not to American values and American tradition and American history and American heroes.”
Lastly, Fischer finally dropped any pretense that he understands Islam as a rival Abrahamic religious tradition and stated that Muslims worship a "demon god" named Allah. On the other hand, since he previously made the statement that Islam is the "spirit of Satan" nobody should be surprised at his utter lack of
sanity comprehension on the subject. Add to this his bizarre observation that the participation of a female Saudi judoka in the 2012 Olympics actually promotes Sharia law (an observation which must come as a total surprise to citizens of Saudi Arabia, to say the least) and you have to wonder if the conditioner Fischer uses for that impressive head of hair of his isn't causing brain damage.
Fischer has some fairly regressive idea about the place of women in society. He believes that they are unfit for public office.
 Views towards liberals
Fischer claims that liberals “hate the Declaration of Independence”.
According to Fischer anyone who criticizes Sarah Palin is really controlled by Satan. "When we look into the face of the unvarnished and seething meanness focused on Ms. Palin, we are looking into the face of evil. We are looking into the face of Satan himself, who is the ultimate source of this vitriol and toxic hate." And to back it up, he quotes the Bible: "Whoever hates his brother is in the darkness and walks in the darkness, and does not know where he is going, because the darkness has blinded his eyes.” Remember that this is uttered, apparently with a straight face, by the guy who claims that homosexuals are terrorists who are responsible for the Holocaust. As if the unintentional humor provided by the previous statement wasn't enough, Fischer more recently proclaimed that liberals are dupes of Satan and believe "things that are irrational" which "cannot stand up to the test of reason and logic". Engage in projection much?
Part of his issue with liberals is that liberals apparently hate women. Fischer reached this conclusion in part in relation to the Sandra Fluke episode. He had rushed to the defense of Rush Limbaugh, claiming that Limbaugh was “lexically accurate” to call Fluke a “slut” on his radio program, and that Limbaugh’s notpology was proof that we are now living under “secular Sharia.” In subsequent programs, however, Fischer delved more deeply into the discussion, and happily concluded that all misogyny, hatred, and vulgar attacks on women almost always comes from the Left because the Right respects women and treats them with dignity. In fact, he explained, there is really no difference between the Left and Islamic Radicals, who see women as “something less than human.” After claiming that the Right always treats women with respect, he continued to attack Fluke for being someone who is “sleeping with so many guys she can’t keep track [and] doing it three times a day,” and wondering if President Obama would be proud if his daughters turned out like that, since Obama is obviously to blame for whatever he is to blame for in this case as well. Classic, incoherent hate from Fischer, in other words.
Not one to back away from inviting guests to his radio show in order to help shovel out the usual demagoguery, he and American Spectator windbag-in-chief R. Emmett Tyrell blamed the Aurora shootings on - you guessed it - liberals instead of the probable crazy person who was actually responsible for the shooting. They did this by "forcing" the United States to "turn away from God" even though the country's still high level of religious piety doesn't seem to matter much in terms of being a brake on violent crime. Go figure.
Better yet, Fischer's bizarre definition of what constitutes a "liberal" in his book seems to be incredibly flexible; he claimed that Wade Michael Page (the shooter responsible for the Sikh temple massacre in Oak Creek, Wisconsin) is a "liberal" despite the rather obvious fact that he was affiliated with racist skinhead groups as long ago as 2000. Fischer's "logic" concerning this statement is especially bizarre:
- In the 19th century, segregationist Democrats opposed the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments;
- Southern Democrats were also proponents of Jim Crow laws;
- Much more recently, Democrats have supported liberal causes much more than Republicans have.
- All Democrats (both then and now) are liberals.
- Therefore, Democrats and liberals are racists, shifts in party affiliation among former segregationist Dixiecrats such as Strom Thurmond (and the region-based factional differences found in the Democratic party itself) be damned. And Wade Michael Page was a racist who called himself a National Socialist, so all liberals and socialists are racists.
(Note: We at RW would like to apologize in advance if your head feels like it's about to explode after reading this.)
Fischer was his usual classy self when he went on a multiple Godwin-worthy rant about the upcoming 2012 Democratic National Convention and referred to it alternatively as a "three day death camp", a "three day Auschwitz" and "abortion-palooza."
 Views towards President Obama
Fischer believes that Obama is a racist towards white people, and has declared that he honestly believes that President Obama is deliberately trying to destroy America because he thinks America "is one big, giant Ku Klux Klan meeting", and that the Department of Homeland Security is hoarding ammunition in a liberal plot to shoot Fischer and his allies.
On November 29 2011 he went into a fit of rage over President Obama's Thanksgiving message, in which the president said that he and his family, like millions of Americans, would spend the day “reflecting on how truly lucky we are.” The offensive word in the president’s speech was apparently “lucky”, since according to Fischer it is not luck that has made America successful, but God. Never one to miss an opportunity to go completely over the top, he went on to declare Obama’s statement to be literally “the most offensive thing” Obama has ever said. Of course, Fischer probably doesn't consider his comparison of Obama to Mussolini and Hitler for the contraceptive mandate portion of the Affordable Care Act offensive at all, so feel free to consider the source.
Fischer is also convinced that a super-duper Evil Alliance consisting of Obama and the UN is trying to import as many Muslims to the US as possible in order to further the usual M00SL1M K0NSP1RAK11 hogwash. He also seems oblivious to the idea that Muslims don't seem to need a special permit to live in Tennessee (or in this particular hot-button case, Murfreesboro) once they're admitted to the US. A few days afterward, Fischer upped the ante on this theme by stating that he thinks Obama may be a "closeted Muslim", which means that he's now recycling some of Frank Gaffney's old shtick.
Fischer has also implied (like about a hundred right-wing pundits before him) that the 2012 election will trigger The Coming Apocalypse real soon now, although he goes in an opposite direction than most; he thinks that flash mobs are going to do all sorts of heinous shit if Obama loses, which is is the exact opposite of what most of his brethren (for example, WND apparatchik David Kupelian) tend to predict.
If you thought that Obama's re-election would cause Fischer to mellow out somewhat (or at least shift targets), the answer is simple: nope.
 Views towards other conservatives
Although Santorum may be Jesus, Fischer's views on Mitt Romney are rather complex (which means "incoherent"), and not only because he denies that Mormonism is protected by the First Amendment. Since his lack of self-awareness is absolute, his indecision concerning Romney is usually channeled into some breathtaking psychological projectionist howls of insane rage that generally ends up blaming liberals anyway. So for instance, in the same rant in which he was warning that electing a "spiritually-compromised" Mormon like Mitt Romney would weaken and endanger America, he was still lambasting liberals for their (alleged) plans to start attacking Romney's faith, and how morally deplorable they were for attacking his faith, and how this shows that the media is biased and immoral (even though he was speaking about what he thought they were going to do, not what they had already done) According to Fischer, if the media thinks that the beliefs of Evangelicals are odd, then "what Mormons believe is in coo-coo land," but it would nevertheless be immoral to attack these beliefs despite the fact that they weaken and endanger America. Fischer also knows when to shamelessly play to Romney's supporters when needed: witness James Inhofe's guest appearance on Focal Point in order to predict both Romney's victory "by a substantial margin" and take a predictable shot at Barack Obama as well.
On the other hand, his statement concerning SCOTUS Chief Justice John Roberts' ruling on the Affordable Care Act was surprisingly well-reasoned, thoughtful and free of hyperbole. Ha, ha, just kidding. Of course it wasn't.
He also attacked New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for promoting "socialism" when he defended a state law that bans price-gouging in gasoline sales during an emergency. As you can tell, his sense of compassion during natural disasters is a bit...underwhelming, to say the least.
 Positive views of genocide
In 2012 Fischer raised some eyebrows when he claimed that treating Native Americans like the Israelites treated the Canaanites in the Old Testament (i.e., total genocide) would be justified on account of the tribes' rejection of Christianity. He has also warned us about Obama's policies toward American Natives: "President Obama wants to give the entire land mass of the United States of America back to the Indians. He wants Indian tribes to be our new overlords."
He has repeatedly asserted that Obama is a racist who hates America, and that Attorney General Eric Holder will never "prosecute someone if the victim is white."
 Fischer and homosexuality
Fischer’s expressed views on homosexuality, gay marriage, and gay adoption can be summed up as an ongoing attempt to outdo himself with crazy. Against accusation that he has claimed that all gays should be “locked up”, Fischer pointed out that he had claimed no such thing; he merely wishes to criminalize homosexual behavior and force gays and lesbians into reparative therapy since “homosexual behavior represents a severe threat to public health, and is even more dangerous to human health than intravenous drug abuse.” He has also referred to same-sex marriage as "sodomy-based marriage"
In February 2012 Bryan Fischer joined the chorus of anti-gay activists who lamented JC Penney’s decision to hire Ellen DeGeneres to represent the company. Fischer, determined to be the shrillest and least reality-based of them all, went on to assert that JC Penney’s decision will lead to more depression, suicide, and breast cancer among women who become lesbians. According to Fischer “research has indicated that lesbians suffer from increased levels of depression, suicidal ideation, substance abuse, breast cancer and vaginal diseases compared to heterosexual women.” Unfortunately he didn’t specify exactly which studies it is that allegedly show a correlation between lesbianism and breast cancer.
In June 2012, he attempted to initiate a campaign to “reclaim the ‘D’ word” (“discrimination”) by arguing that government should discriminate against gays and lesbians to stop them from “destroying themselves through non-normative sexual behavior,” and that it is ironic that gays don’t face discrimination even as the government wages an “all-out war against cigarette smoking,” condemns “adults, even priests, who have sex with children” and punishes people who “burgle houses, drive while drunk, eat the faces off homeless people, gun down servicemen on military bases, embezzle funds from employers or clients, or beat their wives.” As he put it “it’s time for conservatives to unhesitatingly reclaim the ‘D’ word, dust it off, and use it without apology.” 
Fischer is also one of many anti-gay activists who have blamed 15 year-old openly gay eight grader Lawrence King for his own murder; in the case of Fischer the reason for blaming King himself – summed up in a column called “Who will protect straights from homosexual bullies” – was apparently that his killer was a victim of King's relentless sexual harassment. Fischer’s proposed solution of anti-gay hate crimes would be to begin
blaming the victim “placing reasonable curbs on the public expression of homosexual behavior."
Fischer also gloated about forcing the resignation of Mitt Romney's openly gay security spokesman Richard Grenell, emphasizing in particular how the Romney camp turned spineless in the face of an attack by "a yokel like me" (Fischer's words, not ours) and other figures from the religious right.
Fischer also responded to calls by gay rights activists to boycott the Chick-fil-A restaurant chain in his usual oblivious fashion by implying that they want to "go Ahmadinejad" in order to get the company "wiped off the face of the map". Why Fischer chose to invoke the name of the President of a country that treats gays and other sexual minorities the way he'd like to is just another sign of how lost in Wackyland he is on the subject.
In response to Uganda moving forward with their Anti-Homosexuality Bill (more commonly known as the "Kill the Gays" bill), Fischer praised Uganda (wrongly assuming the bill had passed) and took the opportunity to suggest that the United States follow suit.
He's under the impression that discriminating against homosexuals in employment issues is the moral equivalent of (and therefore just as acceptable as) discriminating against shoplifters.
In the wake of NBA player Jason Collins coming out as gay in April of 2013, he asserted that NBA players and their wives should resist Collins being signed to any of their teams in the future since he'd be "eyeballing" other players in the shower. This sounds like a wonderful combination of half-baked ideas (one being the concept that gay men want to have sex all the time, especially with every man that they see naked), but Fischer is late to the party since a retired player (John Amaechi) had already come out earlier.
During an appearance on Alan Colmes' radio show, Fischer went out of his way to dance around the subject of whether or not his assertion that being gay is a choice based on sexual impulses "that people are not obligated to act on" meant that Fischer had had such impulses. Fischer did his best not to answer that.
Considering all of the previous rhetorical overkill, it comes as no surprise that Fischer blames Teh Evil Gay for all of this since they're engaging in "heterophobic and Christophobic hatred" that's "seething", "demonic", "dark" and "venomous". Presumably, the only thing that caused him to stop ranting at this point is that he ran out of scary-sounding adjectives to use.
 Homosexuality and (religious) freedom
At the 2010 Values Voter Summit Fischer gave a speech in which he claimed that the American people would have to choose between the homosexual agenda and freedom, because the two cannot coexist. The incompatibility of freedom and LGBT rights is a mainstay in Fischer’s rants, but it is always a little unclear why, exactly, they are incompatible. Maybe we should let Fischer himself clarify?
“”The homosexual agenda is just like Islam: there is no room for dissent, there is no room to leave, once you're in, you can't leave Muslims won't let you leave, homosexuals won't let you leave. [...] There's no freedom of choice, there's no freedom of religion - if you have religious views about homosexual behavior, you are squashed. I mean, ladies and gentlemen, they are Nazis. Homosexual activists, when it comes to freedom of speech, are Nazis. When it comes to freedom of religion, they are Nazis. [...] it's the Spanish Inquisition all over again.
|—Bryan Fischer on AFA focal point|
Fischer's extremes on the matter were made very clear in 2012, when he was stupid enough tweet that Americans should kidnap children from same-sex households, and deliver them via and "Underground Railroad" (a metaphor that is hilarious, when one reads his remarks about genocide and race).   In addition, Fischer specifically brought up the Lisa Miller child abduction case when he asserted that Miller's former same-sex partner Janet Jenkins had sexually abused their daughter (sans any real proof for such a serious accusation, of course; Fischer even repeated this charge a second time, which meant that the first accusation was hardly a slip of the tongue) and that Miller was completely justified in engaging in child abduction in order to "obey God rather than man."
More recently, Fischer has stated that he wants to take the United States back to the conditions of the book of Genesis in order to combat "sexual perversity" and "sexual deviancy"; this can be taken as a an indication of Fischer dabbling in rhetorical overkill, borderline theological heresy or not-so-borderline stupidity (or any combination of the three) depending on your POV.
 Homosexuality and Nazism
Fischer is apparently a fan of Scott Lively’s contention that homosexuals were to blame for the rise of Nazi Germany, but as usual he is not willing to let someone else have the most extreme views on the issue. Thus, Fischer has declared that Hitler himself, as well as many members of the Nazi Party, were homosexual and that their homosexuality was responsible for the Nazi atrocities. In his own words
“”Homosexuality gave us Adolph Hitler, and homosexuals in the military gave us the Brown Shirts, the Nazi war machine and six million dead Jews. Gays in the military is an experiment that has been tried and found disastrously and tragically wanting. Maybe it's time for Congress to learn a lesson from history.
Indeed, Godwin's Law is realized very, very quickly whenever Fisher talks about teh gays. An especially good example of this is an interview where he took slightly under four minutes to start throwing around Teh Evil Nazi Gay canard in a typically cringe-worthy appearance on CNN (which also includes such gems as his comparison of homosexuality to "poisoned Halloween candy" and calling the Southern Poverty Law Center a bunch of bullies for having the audacity to call the AFA a hate group) in which Fisher's ranting eventually got shut down by anchorperson Carol Costello.
 Fischer on science
According to himself, Fischer is “committed to science”, and it is because of his commitment to science that he rejects such phenomena as global warming and evolution.
 Global Warming
Fischer was one of many prominent wingnuts with nothing remotely resembling background in or knowledge about the topic who were featured in a "documentary" by E. Calvin Beisner that allegedly showed that global warming is part of the Pagan cult of environmentalism that is attempting to institute a world government through the United Nations and Al Gore.
Fischer and Beisner agree that environmentalism is becoming the established religion in America (Beisner is - unsurprisingly - also a regular guest on Fischer’s show). Now, you may wonder what makes environmentalism a religion, per se. According to Beisner, environmentalism has its own doctrines, its own holy day (Earth Day,) its own food taboos, sacrifice rituals (recycling,) paradoxical beliefs, sacred structures (recycling bins) and proselytizing. Fischer added, just like with the early church, heretics (that is, global warming deniers like Fischer and Beisner) are punished, excommunicated and shunned. What about scientific research, empirical evidence, hypothesis testing and revisions of data based on all of these? Not important: Fischer and Beisner aren’t exactly known for their skills at distinguishing evidence from opinion, and would most likely not recognize empirical evidence if it hit them in the face with a dead fish. If you want proof of this, feel free to peruse their utterly bizarre views concerning an increase of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Not only is it in line with Dominionist theology, apparently, but it can only help plants grow since they eat carbon dioxide (so much for the rest of photosynthesis). This in turn will help the poor - provided that they don't drown from living too close to an inundated coastline first.
According to Fischer, since "evolution is completely irrational and scientifically bankrupt," the "most logical thing in the world" is to believe that God created the universe. Now, given his track record, you would expect Fischer’s reasons to reject evolution would be among the dumbest out there. And you are right. In his article Defeating Darwin in Four Steps he presents four perceived challenges to evolution that are as dumb and as hackneyed as they get:
- First Law of Thermodynamics. "This law (note: not a theory but a scientific law) teaches us that matter and energy can neither be created nor destroyed. […] By logical extension, then, matter and energy had to come into being by some force outside the universe." 
What this has to do with evolution is anyone’s guess (though it is a fairly common argument among creationists).
- Second Law of Thermodynamics 
- There are no transitional fossils 
- Genes: “naturally occurring genetic mutations are invariably harmful if not fatal to the organism.” 
- On a related issue, Fischer joined with Terry Mortensen of Answers in Genesis in a bit of typical silliness that was apparently undertaken to defend Senator Marco Rubio's related silliness on the subject of the age of the Earth. Their response? Resorting to a very, very old canard.
 HIV denialism
On January 4 2012 Fischer hosted famous AIDS denialist Peter Duesberg. In the interview Fischer asserted that he wholeheartedly endorses the theory that the purported causal relation between HIV and AIDS is a scheme concocted by scientists in order to get research grants, and that the symptoms attributed to AIDS are really caused by massive recreational drug use among gay men.
 Miscellaneous nuttery
- In what must surely be a strong candidate for a world record in hateful lunacy, Fischer has complained that we have "feminized" the Congressional Medal of Honor because it’s been given to a man who risked his life to save his fellow soldiers. In November 2010 the medal was awarded to Army Sgt. Salvatore Giunta, for braving "heavy gunfire to pull a fellow soldier to cover and rescued another who was being dragged away by insurgents." One would have to be pretty deranged to find such actions “unmanly,” right? Well, enter Bryan Fischer:
“”So the question is this: when are we going to start awarding the Medal of Honor once again for soldiers who kill people and break things so our families can sleep safely at night? […] We have feminized the Medal of Honor
- In 2010 he caused some controversy when he blamed a grizzly bear attack at Yellowstone National Park on America for turning its back on God: "History reveals that God's covenant with an ancient nation suggests that one of the consequences for a nation which walks in his statutes is that it will have nothing to fear from wild animals;" however "[I]f you will not listen to me and will not do all these commandments ... I will let loose the wild beasts against you.". (Apparently he overlooked 2 Kings Chapter 2.) He went on to argue that we should kill every single wild animal in existence.
- On January 27 2012 Fischer discussed a new study estimating that 7% of Americans carry the human papillomavirus (HPV) in their mouths. Of course Bryan Fischer knew exactly who is responsible for this and the associated increase in mouth and throat cancer the last decades: Bill Clinton.
- On February 1 2012 in a column titled “Jesus explains the success of Fox News”—which is so wonderfully surreal that it takes even those of us who have some idea of him aback—Fischer claimed that Fox News president Roger Ailes’s “leadership style is exactly the style that Jesus taught.” Fischer credited Ailes’s Jesus-like behavior for Fox’s success and says “the key to success in a capitalistic system is to do things Jesus’s way.” Marvelous.
- Fischer has rushed to the defense of dominionist "historian" David Barton when Barton's book The Jefferson Lies was yanked by its publisher for glaring inaccuracies. Their joint solution of the problem of Barton's shrinking credibility was to attack critic Warren Throckmorton instead, but with friends like Fischer who needs enemies?
- Fischer's opinions on the Todd Akin thermonuclear gaffe concerning the subject of "legitimate rape" (and whether or not women's bodies could automatically shut down a pregnancy as a result) has been a parade of classic fucknuttery; first he asserted that Akin's complete lack of understanding of the female reproductive system was completely correct; Then, he embellished his foray into insanity on this subject by stating that Akin was a "victim of forcible assault" for even being criticized for what he said. More recently, he engaged in a "more conservative than thou" tirade against the likes of Sean Hannity,Rush Limbaugh and Sarah Palin for supposedly attacking Akin's (and therefore Fischer's) batshit take on the subject. Fischer postured as a "man of science" all over again despite the fact that his assertions are almost entirely based on his convenient misreading of a science article from the Daily Mail. It's as if Fischer is in some secret competition with Fred Phelps over who can make the most unhinged statement on any given subject.
- Fischer also apparently decided to court the
dumbass redneckNeo-Confederate demographic (not that he hasn't done this sort of thing before) by babbling that a decision by a Mississippi school board to stop delivering public prayers over the PA system during football games and school functions (prompted by the board receiving a letter from the Freedom From Religion Foundation) was an indication that the FFRF was leading "a second Northern war of aggression against the South" since the FFRF is based in - Katie bar the door! - Wisconsin. Fischer also suggested that the governor should be willing to send in the National Guard to surround the press box in case anyone tried to prevent the school from broadcasting another prayer. There's still no word on how many Civil War and Civil Rights-era historians spontaneously combusted due to the reality-warping content of Fischer's remarks.
- Fischer proved that he is not merely an bigot but a highly versatile bigot when he ranted about how "we" need to clamp down on immigration because hispanics are socialist by nature and vote Democratic because it allows them to "benefit from the plunder of the wealth of the United States". The blatant racism of this statement wouldn't be lost on most sane people, of course, but they hardly constitute Fischer's target audience.
- Fischer again proved himself a complete
fuckheaddemagogue when he stated on Focal Point (on the same day, no less) that God didn't stop the shooting massacre in Newtown, Connecticut because "God is not going to go where he is not wanted", i.e. a public school that fails to proselytize Christianity to Fischer's liking.
- He thinks that adultery and viewing pornography should be illegal since he thinks that Biblical standards should be the basis of our government's laws. No word as to when he'll be calling for the death penalty for wearing of mixed fabrics (as in Leviticus 19:19).
 The inescapable conclusion
He is, in short, a raving douchebag.
- A 2011 documentation of crazy things Fischer has said; he has a knack for outdoing himself, however, and has said plenty of even crazier things after that article was written.
- Jane Meyer, "Bully Pulpit: a evangelist talk show host's campaign to control the Republican Party", The New Yorker
- Finally, Bryan Fischer's douchebaggery has finally been transcribed in meme form. Feel free to add!
- ↑ "Groups that helped oust Iowa judges earn ‘hate group’ designation", The Iowa Independent, November 23, 2010.
- ↑ SPLC responds to attacks from Fischer's allies, blogpost from December 15, 2010
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/afa-stands-by-their-man
- ↑ http://www.religiondispatches.org/archive/politics/3443/former_employees%3A_racism_%26_abuse_in_leading_religious_right_org.
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-norway-terrorists-manifesto-accurate
- ↑ Blogpost from June 22, 2012
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-federal-income-tax-flatly-unconstitutional
- ↑ United States Constitution, Amendment 16
- ↑ Blog post from November 26, 2009
- ↑ Column from March 24, 2011
- ↑ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSydFOV6QO4&NR=1
- ↑ Blog post from August 16, 2011
- ↑ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSydFOV6QO4&NR=1
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-all-immigrants-must-convert-christianity
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-doubles-down-demands-muslim-immigrants-convert-christianity
- ↑ As reported by Rightwingwatch, article from 2011.
- ↑ http://americount.org/2012/07/06/american-family-associations-bryan-fischer-government-mandate-americans-attend-church-taxed/
- ↑ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSydFOV6QO4&NR=1
- ↑ http://scienceblogs.com/dispatches/2011/07/24/the-dumbest-thing-ever-said/
- ↑ http://www.people-press.org/2011/08/30/muslim-americans-no-signs-of-growth-in-alienation-or-support-for-extremism/
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-its-not-problem-when-christian-says
- ↑ Fischer: Muslims are worshipping a Demon, Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Bryan Fischer Dedicates Yet Another Program to attacking Islam, Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Just an Average Day at 'Focal Point', Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Rightwingwatch, Post from October 15, 2012.
- ↑ http://scienceblogs.com/dispatches/2011/01/palin_vs_satan.php
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-liberals-have-been-duped-satan
- ↑ http://freethoughtblogs.com/dispatches/2012/02/28/fischer-an-attack-on-santorum-is-an-attack-on-jesus/
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-left-hates-women
- ↑ Tyrell Blames Aurora Shootings on ‘Liberals’,, Dispatches from the Culture Wars
- ↑ Alleged Sikh temple shooter former member of Skinhead band, splcenter.org
- ↑ Fischer: The Sikh Temple Shooter was a Liberal, Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Fischer: Democratic National Convention is a 'Three Day Death Camp', Right Wing Watch
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/bryan-fischer-goes-completely-rails
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-outraged-obamas-thanksgiving-message
- ↑ Just an Average Day at 'Focal Point', Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Anti-Mosque Suit Filed in Tennessee, Dispatches from the Culture Wars
- ↑ Fischer: The UN is "Deliberately Seeding Muslims Throughout the Southern United States, Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Fischer: Obama Fischer: Obama 'May in Fact be a Closeted Muslim', Right Wing Watch
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-there-will-be-blood-and-civil-unrest-if-obama-loses Fischer: 'There Will be Blood' and 'Civil Unrest' if Obama Loses, Right Wing Watch]
- ↑ http://freethoughtblogs.com/dispatches/2012/10/28/kupelian-makes-predictions/ Kupelian Makes Predictions,] Dispatches from the Culture Wars
- ↑ 'Barack the Destroyer': Bryan Fischer's Grand Unified Theory of Obama, Right Wing Watch
- ↑ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxQptbSSVLk
- ↑ Inhofe: Obama 'Has Tried to Destroy Every Institution that Makes America Great', Right Wing Watch
- ↑ http://freethoughtblogs.com/dispatches/2012/07/04/fischer-america-no-longer-exists/
- ↑ Fischer Blasts Gov. Christie, Says That Not Allowing Price-Gouging is 'Socialism', Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Article from February 8th referring to statement, the original post was taken down.
- ↑ http://scienceblogs.com/dispatches/2010/12/the_new_crazy_anti-obama_argum.php#more
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-eric-holder-will-never-prosecute-someone-if-victim-white
- ↑ http://scienceblogs.com/dispatches/2010/02/02/afa-favors-forced-reparative-t/
- ↑ Bryan Fischer's Twitter Account Posted 7:58 PM - 11 Apr 13
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-jc-penney-responsible-rise-suicide-and-breast-cancer-because-partnership-ellen
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/bryan-fischer-reclaim-d-word-promote-anti-gay-discrimination
- ↑ http://www.nytimes.com/2008/02/23/us/23oxnard.html?_r=1
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-lawrence-kings-murder-was-real-victim
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-romney-stand-up-to-north-korea-pushed-around-yokel-like-me
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-big-gay-ahmadinejad-chick-fil-a
- ↑ Iran: Discrimination and Violence Against Sexual Minorities, Human Rights Watch
- ↑ [http://thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/american-family-association-leader-praises-uganda-anti-homosexuality-law/news/2012/11/25/54563 AFA Leader praises Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Law
- ↑ Fischer: Gays Should Face Job Discrimination Just As 'We Discriminate Against Shoplifters', Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Fischer: No NBA Team Should Sign Jason Collins Because He Will Be 'Eyeballing' Players in the Shower, Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Amaechi becomes first NBA player to come out, Chris Sheridan, ESPN.com
- ↑ Bryan Fischer Won't Answer a Simple 'Yes' or 'No' Question, Right Wing Watch
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-gays-are-driven-dark-venomous-demonic-hatred
- ↑ The 2011 Values Voters summit scheduled Mitt Romney (a Mormon) to speak immediately before Bryan Fischer - who, as mentioned, does not believe Mormons have the right to free speech or to practice religion freely in America. Romney's rebuke was sordidly mild, but that didn't prevent Fischer from going into rabidly enraged shock that Romney would dare to rebuke him
- ↑ http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=skFskFNpWZM
- ↑ This is weirdly similar to certain things that Frank Gaffney seems to believe.
- ↑ http://www.goodasyou.org/.a/6a00d8341c503453ef017743fe8adf970d-pi
- ↑ https://mobile.twitter.com/#!/BryanJFischer/status/233004494584164352
- ↑ Which Mother for Isabella? Civil Union Ends in an Abduction and Questions, New York Times
- ↑ The New York Times Sheds New Light on the Lisa Miller Kidnapping Case, Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Is Bryan Fischer Trying to Get Himself Sued? Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Fischer Says Ex-Gay Mom had an Obligation to God to Kidnap Her Daughter and Flee, Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Fischer: We Want to Take America Back to the Book of Genesis, Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Blog post from May 27, 2010
- ↑ http://scienceblogs.com/pharyngula/2010/05/28/beware-the-gay-stormtroopers/
- ↑ American Family Association Spokesman Shut Down by CNN Host After Rabidly Anti-Gay Remarks, Gawker
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-beisner-describe-doctrines-religion-environmentalism
- ↑ Fischer and Beisner Praise Ryan's 'Biblical View of the Environment', Right Wing Watch
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-evolution-completely-irrational-and-scientifically-bankrupt
- ↑ http://scienceblogs.com/pharyngula/2011/08/27/bryan-fischer-and-the-dogmatic/
- ↑ How old is the Earth? Greg Laden's Blog
- ↑ Fischer: Only Eyewitness Testimony Can Determine the Age of the Earth, Right Wing Watch
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/bryan-fischer-aids-denialist
- ↑ Blog post from November 16, 2010
- ↑ http://scienceblogs.com/dispatches/2010/06/godly_grizzly_bear_attacks.php
- ↑ http://articles.latimes.com/2012/jan/27/health/la-he-oral-hpv-20120127
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-bill-clinton-responsible-rise-oral-cancer
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/bryan-fischer-hails-roger-ailes-running-fox-news-exactly-style-jesus-taught
- ↑ Barton and Fischer Defend 'The Jefferson Lies' by Attacking Warren Throckmorton, Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Bryan Fischer: Todd Akin is 'Absolutely Right', Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Bryan Fischer Says Todd Akin is Like a Victim of Rape, Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Fischer Calls Out Limbaugh, Hannity, & Palin for Refusing to 'Stand With Todd Akin and Modern Science', Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Stress may be causing infertility in women, Julie Wheldon, Mail Online
- ↑ Fischer: Obama's Re-Election Will Lead to 'Serious Talk About Secession', Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Bryan Fischer, The National Guard, and 'The Second War of Northern Aggression', Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Obviously, all of those Cubans living in Florida who voted for Republicans for decades didn't get the memo
- ↑ Fischer: We've Got to 'Clamp Down on Immigration' Because 'Socialist' Hispanics Vote Democratic. Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Fischer: God Didn't Stop CT School Shooting Because He's a Gentleman Who Doesn't Go Where He Is Not Wanted, Right Wing Watch
- ↑ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/fischer-adultery-and-viewing-pornography-ought-be-against-law Fischer: Adultery and Viewing Pornography 'Ought to be Against the Law',] Right Wing Watch
- ↑ Google proves it!