The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) claims Mitt Romney is lying when it comes to gay rights.

HRC, the nation's largest gay rights advocate, made the allegation in a video released Sunday.

The 2-minute ad begins with Romney disavowing discrimination based on sexual orientation.

“But if people are looking for someone who will discriminate against gays or will in any way try and suggest that people that have different sexual orientation don't have full rights in this country, they won't find that in me,” Romney is seen saying in the NBC/Facebook Republican debate held in January.

That image of Romney is shattered as the words “NONE OF WHAT HE SAID IS TRUE” crash through.

“For same-sex couples, I don't want civil unions or gay marriage,” Romney is seen saying in a Fox News interview.

He is quote in a 2006 National Review article as saying that he is opposed to the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), which would outlaw workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation. (The current version includes gender identity, as well.)

“No, I don't see the need for new or special legislation. My experience over the past several years as governor has convinced me that ENDA would be an overly broad law that would open a litigation floodgate and unfairly penalize employers at the hands of activist judges.”

And the most damning evidence comes from a 2011 Piers Morgan Tonight interview in which Romney blames the gay community for making his objections look anti-gay.

“The gay community changed their perspective as to what they wanted,” Romney says in defending his record.

“According to Mitt Romney, the LGBT community should just be content with the status quo,” the ad states. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)