45 Comments on “RWW News: Fischer Says The US Should Only Accept Christian Refugees”

  1. Right, cause Fischer would assimilate into Islamic society if he got sent
    to Saudi Arabia or Iran…

  2. Another Good, OBVIOUS point, Mr. Fischer!
    We only want people who support the values that make the United States:
    Christian Values. 

  3. I’d like Brain Fissure to point out, precisely, the section or
    subsection of federal law that establishes a religious test for immigrants.

  4. He’s the kind of “good Christian” who’d leave Jesus vomiting in contempt
    and disgust.
    Bravo American Family Association… your choices make Christians look like
    Nazis.

  5. I’m pretty sure that if Fischer had to flee to a Muslim country he would
    only hang out in Christian communities.

  6. The claim that immigrants prefer to live in areas with people from similar
    circumstances is true, but hardly surprising. After all, if you move to a
    country where you don’t know the language, can’t identify with the culture,
    what would you do? The responsibility therefore on the state is to
    integrate the people better, not drive them away like Fisher is proposing. 

  7. And, lo, Bryan was walking from Downtown to Uptown when he came upon a
    Syrian who had been set upon by thieves and was lying wounded by the side
    of the road. And Bryan spat on him, yelling, “This is a CHRISTIAN nation!
    You don’t belong here.” Then he passed by on the other side, musing on his
    upcoming radio sermon about the importance of defending Christian values.

  8. The guy working at the liquor store by my house is Syrian, and he dresses
    like a Mexican gang banger. The family living 2 doors down from my
    apartment is Syrian, and the wife wears a Burka and the son dresses like a
    skater. Syrians have no interest in assimilating with American culture?

  9. To be fair Islam is pretty much the only topic in the universe on which
    Fischer and I can even begin to agree on anything.

  10. “We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union,
    establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common
    defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty
    to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution
    for the United States of America.” – The big thing behind Fischer

  11. I’m 100% sure Fischer hangs out with his own racial and religious group
    almost exclusively also. So what’s the big fucking deal? 

  12. “If you come to the USA, then turn christian, just like our government
    sponsored religion” <---to paraphrase the biggest christian twat, ever.

  13. “Give me your tired, your poor…” …your white, middle class, middle age,
    Christian male refugees.

  14. What is next? Are they going to have to be the “right” kind of
    Christians? Who will decide which is the “right” kind of Christians?

  15. To the commenter who asked “why do I keep watching him?”
    We are always drawn to the appearance of the slick Vampire. It has been
    happening to humans as documented in history of the archetype of the
    vampire since 5,000 BC.
    Bryan Fischer is fooling Christians and Americans, and that is what
    narcissists and con artists do.
    But, in the mythology of the vampire, there are also defenses, protections.
    Ultimately, we must recognize the vampire that drains, and flee.

  16. …coz thats what jesus would do?
    you’d think these guys would at least pretend to take to agree with jesus.

  17. Translation: “If you’re a Christian, come on in. If you’re not a Christian,
    fuck you!” Yeah, that’s what the Statue of Liberty also says…

  18. Can you name any other religion that doesn’t mix outside it’s own members,
    and will even disavow their children?

  19. Sorry, but that would be rather blatantly unconstitutional. The
    government, especially the Federal Government, cannot favor or discriminate
    against anyone based on religious beliefs. That includes in immigration
    regulations and processing.

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