Bryan Fischer proves once again why I named this award after him, given for those who display a staggering lack of self-awareness and accuse their opponents of their own worst sins. His gift for psychological projection reaches comic levels as he accuses gay rights activists of worshiping — I kid you not — a vengeful, hateful god.
Outraged by the criticism and threats directed against an Indiana pizza parlor that said it would refuse to cater a gay wedding, Fischer declared that since people “become like the god that you worship,” then the god that is worshiped by gay activists must be absolutely awful.
“Think about what you see in the homosexual community,” he said, “and what it tells you about the god that they must worship. Whether they recognize it or not, whether they know it or not, but the god that they worship is vengeful, he is vitriolic, he is venomous, he is hateful, he drives his followers to trap a good-hearted American family in their home, like Anne Frank, in fear of their lives simply for what they believe.”
“So if you turn out to be like the god that you worship,” he asked, “what kind of god must homosexual activists serve?”
Imagine for a moment the giant heads on Easter Island hitting a desk the size of the Gobi desert.