Conservative Gay Fox Guest: Critics Of Indiana Are A Fascist ‘Wolf Pack’ (VIDEO)

A conservative radio host and Fox contributor said on Thursday morning that gay opponents of Indiana’s “religious freedom” law were “a wolf pack” that reminded her of “fascists.”

“For me, as a gay woman, it remains shocking,” Tammy Bruce told Tucker Carlson on “Fox & Friends.”

“You watch this frenzy, like a wolf-pack, going after survivors, in a way, with like, a pizza shop,” Bruce said. She did not elaborate or explain the analogy.

Carlson, who recently made headlines after his brother called a woman “LabiaFace,” noted his approval throughout the interview.

“We saw this with Chick-fil-A. Everyone came to their defense when they were under attack by fascists, by bullies,” Bruce said later in the interview. “The gay liberals have turned into bullies, when our work is to stop that kind of behavior.”

Watch the clip, courtesy of Fox News:

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