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01/20/2015 03:52 pm ET Updated Feb 02, 2016

Obama Is 'Not A Christian' Because He Supports The LGBT Community, Bryan Fischer Claims

The American Family Association's Bryan Fischer has taken aim at President Barack Obama over lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues once again, Right Wing Watch is reporting.

Fischer, whose opposition to the LGBT community is well-established, told listeners in a Jan. 16 edition of his "Focal Point" radio show, "I do not know what goes on inside Barack Obama's heart, but I do know that he is not a sincerely devoted follower of Jesus Christ. So, in my mind, that means he's not a Christian."

He went on to note, "Nobody can support and promote and celebrate homosexual behavior who is a sincerely devoted follower of Christ. It's impossible."

Of course, Fischer went a step further by implying the suggestion that Obama is secretly of the Muslim faith.

"He walks like a Muslim," he said. "He talks like a Muslim. He sounds like a Muslim. He acts like a Muslim."

It isn't the first time that Fischer has slammed Obama's stance on the LGBT community. In July 2014, he argued against the president's acknowledgement of the loss of a group of World Health Organization staffers, who were heading to a conference on HIV/AIDS research in Australia aboard Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 which crashed in Ukraine.

"What the president said was perfectly appropriate until he stood on the graves of these researchers and lurched from compassion to advocacy for a dangerous and destructive lifestyle," Fischer wrote in a One News Now Op-Ed.

"If there is any lesson about homosexuality to be taken from this tragedy, it is this. Homosexual behavior kills, and the sooner we alert young men to this the more compassionate we will be and they longer they will live," he added.

In 2012, Fischer condemned Obama's inaugural address, pointing specifically to -- you guessed it -- the historic segments on gay rights.

"It’s absurd in the extreme, it’s ridiculous, it’s ludicrous for homosexuals to claim that they have some kind of constitutional right to engage in sexually deviant behavior," he said at the time.

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