David Fiorazo, who is promoting his book “The Cost of Our Silence,” told conservative activist Linda Harvey on her radio program this weekend that the success of the gay rights movement is the result of a Nazi-style purge of religion in schools.
“There is a parallel between 1930s Germany, Hitler’s Germany, and the 1960s in America when they went into the public schools and the government started removing the Bible and religious teachings and prayer and all of that,” Fiorazo said. “This is what we’re seeing now. It bloomed right into what we’re seeing in culture with Indiana, the hysterical reaction about the religious freedom bill which 19 other states have, and it just shows that there’s a lot of misinformation and confusion out there.”
Contrary to his claim, Indiana’s recently amended “religious freedom” law was actually unique in its scope.
Fiorazo added that the “companies that fund the left” are spreading “propaganda” to ignorant voters, pointing to a sign he saw at an Indiana protest which said that “hate costs the state but love is free.”
“That conditions people because we have to go back and defend the true meaning of love,” he said.