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American Family Association spokesman says boy scouts in pride parade reminds him of the Nazis

American Family Association spokesman says boy scouts in pride parade reminds him of the Nazis

American Family Association spokesman Bryan Fischer has said that the boy scouts who marched in uniform during the weekend’s Utah Pride Parade reminded him of Nazi Germany and has promised to have Christian holocaust revisionist Scott Lively on his radio program to discuss the issue.

Fischer repeated Lively’s claims that the pre-World War II German equivalent of the scouting movement was a major source of ‘homosexual recruitment’ and a source of recruitment for the Nazi Party.

Fischer promised ‘an extensive discussion [of] the rise of homosexualism in Nazi Germany – about the role that scouting played in Germany in the early part of the 20th century.’

Scott Lively is the author of The Pink Swastika – a book which claims that the Nazi Party was at its heart a homosexual organization and that senior Nazis only persecuted tens of thousands of homosexuals in order to prevent themselves from being outed.

Lively infamously traveled to Uganda to speak about the supposed dangers of homosexuality prior to lawmakers there drafting the Anti-Homosexuality Bill and has even claimed that homosexuals were to blame for the 1994 Rwandan Genocide.

Fischer’s comments come only weeks after he dubbed the Boy Scouts of America the ‘Boy Sodomizers of America’ for allowing openly gay scouts to participate in the group.

In May Fischer refused to answer whether he had ever experienced same-sex attractions on the Alan Colmes Show on Fox News Radio in response to his claims that homosexuality was a chosen behavior.