Social conservative Bryan Fisher told listeners on Thursday that an online repository of anti-gay rhetoric proves that gay rights activists are Nazis, media watchdog reported.

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation's (GLAAD) Commentator Accountability Project (CAP) highlights the anti-gay rhetoric of frequent media commentators.

Fischer, an ardent opponent of gay rights, is among the 36 conservatives listed on the project, most of whom are frequent guests on cable and network news programs and are often quoted in the mainstream media.

“This is like McCarthyism. This is like a blacklist,” Fischer told listeners of his AFA-sponsored radio program. “Trying to identify those that they think represent a danger to their interests, to their agenda, and then to try to silence them.”

Fischer also defended previous comments he made comparing gay rights activists to Nazis.

“I said for instance, the homosexual agenda represents the single greatest modern threat to freedom of religion and conscious. Absolutely true. I have no apologies for that.”

“They want to take away our ability to participate in the public debate over homosexual issues.”

“And they are proving that I am right. What did the Nazis do? They silenced their opposition.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)