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article imageFischer: 'God didn't protect the children because was not wanted'

By Sami Zaatari     Dec 16, 2012 in World
So why didn't God protect the schoolchildren of Newtown Connecticut? Because he was not wanted there. That's according to Bryan Fischer, a prominent ranking director of the American Family Association, a right wing Christian Evangelical movement.
Most of the world has recently been shocked by the shooting spree that has left 28 people dead, most of the victims being children from the ages of 6 to 7.
Fisher's comments are bound to cause more controversy and anger, as he said:
You know the questions going to come up. Where was God? I thought God cared about the little Children? God protected the little children, where was God when all this went down? And here's the bottom line, God is not going to go where he's not wanted...We have spent 50 years telling God to get lost, telling God we do not want you in our schools, we don't want to pray to you in our schools
Fisher then added that back in his day, they didn't need guns as they had the Bible and prayers.
Fisher's recent controversial comments are just the latest in a series. Last year he declared that Muslims had no right to the first amendment in America, and that the first amendment was made for the protection of the Christian faith.
Fisher has also claimed that President Barak Obama may be a closet Muslim, and that Obama hates white people and America.
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