Michael Brown has compared the Jerry Sandusky child abuse scandal to California's recently approved gay history law, media watchdog RightWingWatch.org reported.

Sandusky, a former coach at Penn State, has been accused of sexually molesting at least 8 underage boys, charges Sandusky has denied.

Brown, the author of A Queer Thing Happened To America: And What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been, which was described by Bill Muehlenberg of the Culture Watch as “a devastating rebuttal of the homosexual agenda,” opined on Sandusky's troubles during Monday's edition of his radio show The Line of Fire.

“Remember that SB 48, mandating the celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender history in all California schools for all children in all grades is now law,” Brown told his listeners. “The outrage over the alleged pedophile acts of Sandusky is only matched by the gay silence over the pedophile acts of Oscar Wilde, Walt Whitman and others. Why the extreme outrage, the absolutely rightful outrage, the absolutely correct outrage over the alleged acts of Jerry Sandusky, and yet this teaching about people who had similar interests, you're gonna now celebrate them in our children's schools, this is outrageous.”

“[I]t is equally outrageous that gay activists want us to celebrate, in history, men who are known for similar acts in their own lives, be they consensual, or other,” he added.