Fischer: Gays Responsible For The Nazi Party
As I noted in my last post about Bryan Fischer, one of the best things about his routine efforts to "set the record straight" on his long history of bigotry is how, in attempting to clarify what he claims are misrepresentations, he generally ends up saying pretty much the very thing he is claiming never to have said.
Case in point: on today's broadcast he took issue with the assertion that he said gays were responsible for the Holocaust and clarified that he never said anything of the sort. What he said, he explained, was that the Nazi Party was responsible for the Holocaust ... and that gays were responsible for the formation of the Nazi Party:
They say that I make the contention that gays caused the Holocaust. This is wrong. I have been very clear in my writings and everything I've said that the Nazi Party is responsible for the Holocaust.
But how did the Nazi Party come into being? The Nazi Party, ladies and gentlemen, was formed in a gay bar in Munich. And historians agree that Hitler's earliest enforcers - the Stormtroopers, the Brownshirts - were almost, without exception, homosexuals. So it was homosexual thugs that helped Hitler to form the Nazi Party.
In other words: no homosexual thugs, no homosexual Brownshirts, no homosexual Stormtroopers; NO NAZI PARTY!
So, to clarify: gays were responsible for the Nazi Party, and the Nazi Party was responsible for the Holocaust ... but it is wrong to claim that Fischer thinks that gays caused the Holocaust.
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