Conservative radio host Dana Loesch on Tuesday blasted a caller who criticized Chick-Fil-A's anti-gay rights stance.

The fast-food chain unleashed a firestorm of controversy when Chick-Fil-A President Dan Cathy said gay marriage is “inviting God's judgment on our nation.” He pivoted in a subsequent interview, insisting “we don't have an anti-gay or anti-anything policy or attitude toward anybody that's out there.” Between 2003 and 2010, Chick-Fil-A gave nearly $5 million to groups opposed to gay rights, according to Equality Matters.

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“I just want to say that I'm not, you know, a liberal-Democrat person. I voted conservative my whole life. And I'm a Christian. But I stopped eating at Chick-Fil-A probably six months, a year ago when I first heard their views on the gay community. Because I don't like hate of any kind directed at any group of people,” Kay stated.

“Well … I'm going to have to disagree with you on that. You don't sound like any Christian that I know.”

“I was raised Catholic. I still practice my Christian faith.”

“But I don't understand how you can claim to practice the Christian faith while saying that someone else's Christian viewpoint is hate,” Loesch said. “Can you explain that to me?”

Loesch argued – and at times spoke over – her guest until finally she declared: “Kay, I know you hate Christ but if you're unable to prove your argument that's on you. … You need to prove or I'm going to have to drop you because now you're boring me. You called in and said that Christ is hateful, you're not a Christian, and you just said you hated Christ.”

“I don't want false Christians. These are the people that make people hate God. Kay is the type of person that ran people like me off from church. Kay is the type of person that embarrasses the faith. I'm just saying: read it in the gospels, it's in the book of Matthew.” (Listen to the entire segment at