The conservative radio host was responding to a call from “Terry in Macon, Georgia,” who demanded to know why he, as a Christian, felt he has “fewer rights” than gay people who also claim to have been “born that way.”
“I think, actually, that’s a good argument,” Fischer replied. “The way I am, I was born this way.”
He continued: “Most of us have an instinctive, I think revulsion is not too strong of a word, to the act of homosexuality, what actually happens when homosexuals come together and engage in sexual congress. We look at that and there is just an inner revulsion to that.”
This “inner revulsion,” Fischer argued, is something he was born with.
“So our defense is, hey, I was born that way,” Fischer said.
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