President Obama is currently in Kenya and local anti-gay activists and pastors are warning him not to criticize the country’s laws banning homosexuality, which can carry up to a 14-year prison sentence.
Unsurprisingly, Bryan Fischer is likewise outraged that Obama might dare to criticize the criminalization of homosexuality in the country, lamenting on his radio program today that homosexuality is no longer illegal in the United States and blasting Obama for having “done more to export sexual deviancy than any American in the history of the republic.”
“President Obama’s legacy is going to be that he has done more to export sexual deviancy than any American in the history of the republic,” Fischer said. “That’s going to be his legacy. This will be the man that exported sexual deviancy, that made the exportation of sexual deviancy the most dangerous product that the United States ever shipped overseas is going to be President Obama’s legacy.”