Backer of Indiana Law Says “It’s Impossible to Satisfy the Homosexual Lobby”


Considering it seems like everyone from Tim Cook to the whole state of Connecticut is incensed by a new law that allows Indiana businesses to refuse service to LGBT customers based on “religious grounds,” it seems crazy to think anyone is still out there actually defending it—at least openly. Alas, here’s Bryan Fischer of “gay sex is terrorism” notoriety and head of the American Family Association, to prove otherwise:

 

Gov. Mike Pence may now be trying to play down criticism the law discriminates against gay people, support from people like Fischer make it difficult to make such an argument.
 

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