Fischer: 'I'm Absolutely Fine With A Fifteen Year Incarceration For The Crime Of Adultery'
On his radio broadcast yesterday, Bryan Fischer was lamenting the consequence of allowing women and gays to serve in the military because, he claimed, it leads to sexual tension and assault. While reading from a Washington Times article about the effort to crackdown on sexual offenders in the military, Fischer made an aside to note that soldiers who engage in adultery while in the service can face up to fifteen years in prison and announced this is a policy that he supports in general.
"I will be honest with you," he said. "I'm absolutely fine with a fifteen year incarceration for the crime of adultery. It is a crime! It destroys people's lives. It destroys families. It breaks up civilizations. You wanna lock 'em up for fifteen years, I have zero problem with that whatsoever":
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