Christian conservative Bryan Fischer on
Monday “honored” the one year anniversary of the Supreme Court's
finding that gay and lesbian couples have a constitutional right to
marry by comparing it to 9/11 and Pearl Harbor.
The high court handed down its ruling
in Obergefell v. Hodges on June 26, 2015.
Fischer told his radio listeners that
the date “will live in moral infamy.”
“That day, June 26, 2015, is a date
that will live in infamy,” said
Fischer, a vocal opponent of LGBT rights. “Just as the Pearl
Harbor date is a date that will live in infamy, so this day in which
same-sex marriage was imposed on the United States against the will
of the citizens is a date that will live in moral infamy.”
“What moral jihadists did on June 26,
2015. What they did to the twin pillars of truth and righteousness
[is] the same thing that the Muslim jihadists did to the World Trade
Center on 9/11. So moral jihadists took down the twin pillars of
truth and righteousness just like Muslim jihadists took down the twin
towers on 9/11.”
Last June, Fischer
said that the ruling would lead millions to hell.