In the wake the Donald Trump’s win in the Indiana Republican primary on Tuesday night and the announcements that his remaining rivals, Ted Cruz and John Kasich, were dropping out of the presidential race, Bryan Fischer spent a good portion of his radio program yesterday discussing what conservative Christians should do now that the general election looks like it will be a contest between Trump and Hillary Clinton.
As Fischer saw it, they have two options: vote for the lesser of two evils on the grounds that they are voting for less evil, or refuse to vote for either candidate on the grounds that a vote for the supposedly less evil candidate is still a vote for evil.
Fischer said that both positions are equally valid and that he hasn’t made up his mind as to what he is going to do personally but that, as a general rule, he has always been a proponent of the vote for the lesser of two evils philosophy.
So it was interesting to see him mention later in the broadcast that “there is something supernatural at work” behind the success of Trump’s campaign “because there is no way in the world that guy should still be viable at this point, given the things that he’s said and the things that he’s done.”
That something “supernatural,” as Fischer explained earlier this year, is Satan!
Fischer is now in a position where he just might find himself trying to come up with ways to justify voting for a candidate whom he has repeatedly stated is backed by Satan on the grounds that he represents the “lesser of two evils.”