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10/23/2012 04:01 pm ET Updated Feb 02, 2016

Bryan Fischer Declares Himself A 'Prophetic Voice' Against Gay Rights, Matt Barber Slams Marriage Equality

There are few guarantees when it comes to the U.S. presidential election, but a surge in anti-gay statements made by right-wing pundits is likely something we can count on as Nov. 6 draws near.

First up, naturally, is the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer. Fischer, who in recent weeks has slammed the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" on its one-year anniversary and has also called for an "underground railroad" that would effectively abduct children from same-sex couples, declares himself a "prophetic voice" working against the gay agenda in this latest clip, Right Wing Watch reports. (You can view that video above)

The site also notes that Matt Barber of the Christian conservative group Liberty Counsel spoke out against same-sex marriage, discussing the recent decision by Gallaudet University to suspend its chief diversity officer for signing an anti-marriage equality petition.

Barber previously fired off on supporters of same-sex marriage, claiming that polygamy and incest are subsequently "inevitable" if marriage equality is achieved in the U.S.

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