I have written a couple of posts about Bryan Fischer’s supremacist views relating to Native Americans. As far as I can tell, I am only one of two conservatives to respond negatively to it. The other one, however, is noteworthy in that he did so on the website of the American Family Association.
One of AFA’s other columnists, 17 year old Elijah Friedeman posted a column criticizing Fischer’s views. However, you’ll have to read it on Friedeman’s blog since it has been removed from AFA’s. Here is how he started it:
Native Americans were so immoral that they deserved what happened to them? I find the idea repulsive.
Yesterday, Bryan Fischer posted a blog about how American indians disqualified themselves from any claim to land in America by their sexual immorality and violence. I want to officially reject and distance myself from that viewpoint.
His other columns are still available and you can find the link to his rebuttal in the search engine but when you click the link, it fails to appear.
UPDATE: Bryan Fischer’s article has now been removed from the AFA website. However, you can read it in the Google cache for now and here permanently. I wonder if he will explain why it was taken down.