Fischer Wants Fines For Anyone Who Has Unprotected Gay Sex

Whenever Bryan Fischer is too cowardly to defend his views, he plays this game where he finds some facade behind which he can hide and pretend that he is simply agreeing with their recommendations.

He does it when he tries to defend his call to ban the construction of mosques in the US by saying  that we ought to just follow "whatever the NAACP thinks ought to be done to halt the spread of the KKK and white supremacists" and that he'll "be happy to adopt as our policy against the spread of Islam."

He does the same thing when he says that homosexuality ought to be a crime and then cites the FDA to argue that whatever punishment we hand out to those who abuse drugs ought to be the same policy we use for dealing with gays.

Earlier this week Fischer openly called for the criminalization of homosexuality and now he is pulling the same trick once again, seizing upon an effort to mandate that all performers in pornographic films use condoms and using that to demand that it apply to all gays (and even "unmarried straights"):

Now if condoms are going to be required in filming gay sex scenes, then there must be some penalty for failing to do so. I was unable to find out exactly what the proposed penalty is, but I’m assuming it’s in the nature of a fine.

What I’m suggesting is that we enact ordinances in city after city and laws in state after state that mandate that same exact penalty - whatever penalty gay activists think is appropriate - for unprotected homosexual sex. Hey, if it’s good enough for porn stars, it should be good enough for the average gay man on the street.

And if someone wants to extend that same penalty to unmarried straights who have sex, who am I to complain?

Fischer dedicated a portion of his radio program today to playing this little game but I am not going to bother posting it (you can watch it here, if you want) and will instead just highlight this final statement he makes where he calls for a fine for anyone who engages in unprotected gay sex.

Because, despite the inane little game of pretend that Fischer likes to play so he can hide behind these facades instead of actually defending his bigotry, this clip pretty well sums up his views:

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