Fischer Wants Blasphemy and Profanity Made Illegal
Now most people understand the difference between a sports leage deciding to fine players for using anti-gay slurs or media outlets suspending a host for vulgar, misogynistic attacks is totally different than making the utterance of such slurs illegal.
But not Bryan Fischer, who is citing these recent incidents in support of his desire to see both blasphemy and the use of profanity made illegal:
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