Conservative radio host Bryan J. Fischer wrote a scathing indictment of the Supreme Court’s ruling legalizing gay marraige Friday, saying, “From a moral standpoint, 6/26 has become our 9/11.”
“June 26, 2015 is a date which will live in infamy,” Fischer wrote in a blog post entitled “The Rainbow Jihadists of SCOTUS.”
“It is a day on which behavior which is an abomination in the eyes of a holy God was normalized, promoted, celebrated and imposed on an a nation built on the foundation of the Judeo-Christian tradition,” he continued. “On this day, the United States [became] Sodom and Gomorrah.”
Fischer went on to say that the “Gay Gestapo” had clouded the issue by drawing comparisions between their cause and that of African-Americans’ fight for racial equality. “To oppose sexual deviancy is, in their twisted, contorted and devious thinking, no different than supporting slavery and segregation,” he wrote.
He also called on state governors to refuse to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples, and encouraged readers to support Ted Cruz’s proposed Constitutional amendment that would allow states to determine the marriage question for themselves.
Not only every congressional candidate but every GOP candidate for the presidency must be asked today whether he will campaign daily for this amendment and make it a focus of the 2016 campaign,” Fischer concluded. “Any presidential candidate who is not willing to put his shoulder to the wheel on this issue is not worth a single conservative vote.”