Last week's outing of Rick Perry pollster Tony Fabrizio has prompted Andrew Breitbart to quit the advisory board of gay GOP group GOProud.

In blasting Perry's anti-gay ad Strong, GOProud co-founders Jimmy LaSalvia and Christopher Barron also outed Fabrizio.

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“I've just about had it with faggots who line their pockets with checks from anti-gay homophobes while throwing the rest of us under the bus,” wrote LaSalvia on Twitter.

Barron later added that LaSalvia was referring to Fabrizio.

However, The Huffington Post reported that the ad had divided Perry staffers and quoted Fabrizio as calling the ad “nuts.”

On Friday, LaSalvia continued in a statement, saying that “Tony Fabrizio is not the victim here.”

“Rick Perry should be embarrassed and the people around him who are the architects of this strategy particularly people like Tony Fabrizio, should be ashamed,” he said.

Writing on his website, Breitbart, the publisher of and a conservative celebrity, called the outing “extreme and punitive.”

“I have zero tolerance attitude toward the intentional infliction of vocational and family harm by divulging the details of an individual's sexual orientation as a weapon of political destruction. As an 'advisory board member' I was not consulted on this extreme and punitive act. Clearly, there are more productive means to debate controversial ideas and settle conflicts.”

“Therefore, I cannot in good conscience stand with GOProud,” he added. “I still stand by gay conservatives who boldly and in the face of much criticism from many fronts fight for limited government, lower taxes, a strong national defense as well as the other core conservative principles.”