I wondered if this might happen. The AFA now issues a disclaimer that Bryan Fischer’s views are his and not theirs.
This information comes via Right Wing Watch:
And now Fischer’s blog posts on the AFA website, like this new one calling the Cordoba House the “Timothy McVeigh Mosque at Ground Zero,” are carrying this disclaimer:
Unless otherwise noted, the opinions expressed are the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the views of the American Family Association or American Family Radio.
Last year, the AFA lured Fischer away from the Idaho Values Alliance, named him director of Issue Analysis for Government and Public Policy and gave him a two hour daily program on its radio network … but now wants to claim that he in no way represents the views of the organization?
But it is quite remarkable that Fischer has become so radical that his own employer is now distancing itself from him.