Last week, in response to pressure from the Religous Right -- much of which was documented  by PFAW's Right Wing Watch  -- the Romney campaign forced out an openly gay spokesman  who had been on the job for less than two weeks.
While the Romney campaign attempted to deny that right-wing pressure led to the spokesman's resignation, news reports suggested that that is exactly what happened .
But Romney's effort to appease the anti-gay right didn't even work. Right Wing Watch caught a clip  of the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer, the leading critic of the candidate's decision to hire an openly gay spokesperson, criticizing Romney for listening to him. "How is he going to stand up to North Korea if he can be pushed around by a yokel like me?" Fischer demanded.
Earlier this week, Lawrence O'Donnell played and discussed the Fischer clip on his show. Watch: