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Bryan Fischer Justifies His Award

I give away the Bryan Fischer Award to those who display a staggering lack of self-awareness and weapons-grade projection by accusing others of the things they are most guilty of themselves. And here Fischer demonstrates why that award is named for him by claiming that “people on the left” never check their facts and that’s why they’re wrong all the time. This from a guy who thinks gay people caused the Holocaust and HIV doesn’t cause AIDS.

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  1. machintelligence says

    I don’t know why I keep watching these Fischer video clips. Maybe because it feels so good when I stop.

  2. ebotebo says

    I’m sure that’s a part of it!

    Fischer is continueing to do the same as the rest of the GOP and that’s blaming the Democrats/Liberals/Progressives of doing the same thing that the GOP are doing!Yet that couldn’t be further from the truth!!

  3. garnetstar says

    Bryan, you just can’t accept that some of us check all your “facts” and still don’t buy it.

  4. cottonnero says

    On the other hand, as we’ve noticed from the current Mitt Romney playbook, pounding on your enemy where you yourself are weakest appears to be a viable strategy. So this could be deliberate.

  5. d cwilson says

    On the other hand, as we’ve noticed from the current Mitt Romney playbook, pounding on your enemy where you yourself are weakest appears to be a viable strategy. So this could be deliberate.

    That’s been the GOP’s primary strategy for nearly 20 years now. If alien were to pick up transmissions of the political ads from the 2004 elections, he’d probably conclude that Bush was the decorated veteran while Kerry was the guy with questions about whether he ever fulfilled his military obligations.

  6. Jordan Genso says

    How long until the Romney campaign decides to accuse President Obama of projecting all of his weaknesses onto Romney? Isn’t that the only thing left for the Romney campaign to project?

  7. says

    Since I am reading Chris Mooney’s latest book “The Republican Brain” this is just hilarious and counter factual. What issue was he talking about that made him say this? What are the odds that it was something that is factually accurate?

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