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Bryan Fischer accused the DNC of being a “three-day Auschwitz”

Bryan Fischer accused the DNC of being a “three-day Auschwitz”

Bryan Fischer went on another rant concerning the Democratic National Convention’s stance on abortion, stating, “The DNC will be a party that celebrates death” and calling it a “three-day Auschwitz” on his show Focal Point.

Fischer also quoted Hot Air Blogger, Ed Morrissey, when he called the DNC an “abortion-palooza”.

According to rightwingwatch.org, part of Fischer’s issues concerned the DNC featuring Sandra Fluke, a Pro-Choice activist, as one of their speakers at their gathering in North Carolina next month.  She and other pro-choice activists will speak at the DNC gathering next month and are part of the DNC’s pro-choice platform.  Fischer is talking about these speakers when he made the accusation, “Everybody on that platform is everybody that celebrates death.”

Sandra Fluke wrote a response, via email concerning Akin’s statement about rape, “This controversy is not an accident, or a mistake, or an isolated incident.  It’s a reflection of a Republican Party whose policies are dangerous for women.”

RHRealityCheck.org Editor-in-Chief Jodi Jacobson, a long-time women’s and reproductive rights activist and writer, applauded the DNC’s decision to include Fluke to their list of convention speakers.

“She is extremely articulate and smart,” Jacobson said. “Some leaders come about over time, others are catapulted. She speaks for a new generation of young women.”

Nancy Keenan, the president of the country’s longest active abortion-rights group, NARAL Pro-Choice America, will speak at the DNC gathering also.

“As I stand on stage at the convention, I will amplify your pro-choice voices,” Keenan wrote in a blog post today. “I’m proud that the Democratic Party is again reaffirming its commitment to protect women’s reproductive rights through the party platform, and by choosing so many pro-choice speakers for the convention.”

ABC gives a list of others, who accepted the DNC’s invitation to speak at theNorth Carolina gathering next month.

The other speakers confirmed this morning: Rep. Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin; Tammy Duckworth, the former assistant secretary for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs ; Denise Juneau, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Montana; Caroline Kennedy; Lilly Ledbetter; Eva Longoria, actress and Obama Campaign Co-Chairwoman; U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski of Maryland; and Cecile Richards, the president of Planned Parenthood.

This list of Pro-choice speakers Fischer allegedly was talking about in his show and accusing them of “celebrating death”.

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Mriana is a humanist and the author of "A Source of Misery", who grew up in the Church of God, Anderson Indiana. After she became an adult, she joined the Episcopal Church, but later left the Church and became a humanist. She has two grown sons and raises cats. Mriana raised her sons in the Episcopal Church, but in their teen years, they left the Church and she soon followed. One of her sons became a "Tao Buddhist" and the other a None, creating his own world view. She enjoys writing, reading, science, philosophy, psychology, and other subjects. Mriana is also an animal lover, who cares for their welfare as living beings, who are part of the earth. She is a huge Star Trek fan in a little body.
  • These Religious Reich nutbags have no idea what death is.

  • TheNewNo2

    Just to correct you, her name is Sandra Fluke, not Susan.

  • Peter

    Sad thing is these wackos have an audience who think his every word is the gospel truth. And you rarely see anyone in the GOP correcting them. Mustn't upset the evangelical base, after all.

  • skater60

    This clown makes an excellent case for a Constitutional Amendment limiting Free Speech.

    • godlessveteran

      I'm sure he and his ilk have already pushed for one.

  • skater60

    May I say further, if guys had to do the pregnancy experience there would be no overpopulation problem in this world today. There'd only be like 14 people, and those avoiding each other like the plague. "You stay on your continent and I'll stay on mine."

  • skater60

    So, bless the women! Let it be the woman's choice! Otherwise we are doomed.

  • skater60

    Q: What is it that Evangelicals and Republicans all have in common? A: Big Hair and a lack of compassion?

  • colourmegone

    Such rhetoric denigrates the memory of the holocaust and is both despicable and about as unChristian as I've seen. In fact you can practically see the spirit of Goebbels sitting on his shoulder saying, "Tell the same lie often enough and loud enough and they'll believe." Thank goodness I'm an atheist!

    • I agree. Fischer denigrates the memory of the Holocaust by saying such things and equating the two. Not only that, comparing the two is just wrong all the way around, starting with the fact that the Holocaust involved human beings, real people, not fetuses/zygotes/blastocysts.

      BTW, colourmegone, I'd one up your post more if I could, because I thought the same thing when while I wrote the article.

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