Today on his show “Focal Point,” Bryan Fischer spoke to a caller who was outraged about the story of a New York high school that decided to recite the Pledge of Allegiance in several languages, one of which was Arabic, as part of National Foreign Language Week. “It makes you sick,” said Cynthia, the caller.
She went on to tell Fischer, “Also, our kids were kicked out of their college dorms because they were saying something — you know, maybe Obama, Eric Holder and Al Sharpton are pushing this so much down our throats, our kids’ throats, that they did this because we’re sick of them, we’re sick of it. But yet the Muslim students can run up in a Jewish classroom and a Christian classroom on the campuses and protest and that’s okay, but throw our children out by midnight, I think they have thirty days to get out legally, but the Muslims run up in there.”
When Fischer asked for clarification, it turns out Cynthia was referring to the University of Oklahoma fraternity students who were filmed singing a racist chant about lynching “n***ers.”
Fischer told her that while he believes the fraternity students should have been disciplined, he agreed with Cynthia that others should also be disciplined… for the high crime of “promoting Islam.”
“I think your point, Cynthia, is we’re landing on this speech over here, yeah it’s offensive, but what about this speech over here that promotes Islam in our school, we are offended by that, why aren’t you doing something about that,” Fischer said. “That’s a good point, Cynthia.”