Main | Friday, February 04, 2011

Bryan Fischer: Leftist Media Owes An Apology To Christian Hero Scott Lively

"Even while admitting that the murder was 'still being investigated,' the Boston Globe was quick to lay the blame at Lively's doorstep, who, along with other pro-family experts, visited Uganda in the spring of 2009 to raise awareness of the many social and health pathologies associated with homosexual behavior. The New York Times, the BBC and NPR all interviewed Lively in recent weeks, trying to blame him for what they believe is a rising tide of homicidal anti-gay fervor in Uganda.

"Now the Daily Monitor is reporting that Enock has told police that he killed Kato because Kato had "coerced him into sodomy." Kato had promised to give him a car, a house and money in exchange for sexual favors, but when Kato didn't keep his end of the bargain and continued to attempt to force himself on Enock sexually, he bought a hammer and beat him to death with it. So this is just another horrific and tragic example of the violent domestic abuse that is not uncommon in homosexual liaisons. Research consistently indicates that rates of violence in gay relationships are several times the rate in heterosexual relationships.

"Bottom line: the major media outlets owe Scott Lively an apology of gigantic proportions. This is blood libel, and they ought to be ashamed of themselves. Their accusations are irresponsible, baseless and tawdry, and show nothing but contempt for honesty and the truth. Will Lively get the apology he deserves? You could die holding your breath waiting for that day to come." - American Family Association radio host Bryan Fischer, predictably buying the story of the murderous Ugandan police.

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