Bryan Fischer has a long history of criticizing Mormonism, saying that it is not protected by the First Amendment and warning that electing a “spiritually-compromised candidate” like Mitt Romney will weaken the nation and threatens its spiritual health.
But on his radio program on Friday, Fischer took a moment to make clear that he doesn’t hate Mormons … he just hates Mormonism:
Now I want to say this again, I am not anti-Mormon. I am anti-Mormonism because I think it’s error, but I am pro-Mormon. I am for Mormons, I want to see them come to a full understanding of the truth. I bear them no ill will, I bear them no malice, I love them, I want them to come into the full light of the truth.
We should probably point out that this is the exact same defense that Fischer uses to justify his attacks on gays and Muslims:
Obviously Mormons must be greatly relieved to learn that Fischer is not anti-Mormon but merely anti-Mormonism … just like he is not anti-gay but merely anti-homosexuality and not anti-Muslim but rather anti-Islam.
Especially since Fischer “loves” gays so much that holds the responsible for the Holocaust, likened them to domestic terrorists and Nazis who are intent on committing “ virtual genocide” against the military, asserts that “homosexuals should be disqualified from public office” and called for the re-criminalization of homosexuality.
And he “loves” Muslims so much that he has stated they have no First Amendment rights, that they should be banned from serving in the military as well as from building mosques in the U.S., and that they are inherently stupid as a result of inbreeding.