Christian conservative Bryan Fischer has compared the death of Trayvon Martin, and the subsequent acquittal of accused murderer George Zimmerman, to two recent Supreme Court rulings related to gay marriage.

In a tweet sent over the weekend in response to a Florida jury finding Zimmerman not guilty of the shooting death of the 17-year-old Martin, Fischer lamented the deaths of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and Proposition 8, which resulted from the rulings, as a greater travesty.

“For example of injustice, don't look at Zimmerman,” Fischer messaged. “Look at what [the] Supreme Court did on DOMA, Prop 8. There's your travesty.”

Fischer, a spokesman for the American Family Association (AFA), has a long history of anti-gay rhetoric. Despite this, he recently told progressive radio host David Pakman that he's not anti-gay.

(Related: AFA's Bryan Fischer rejects label “anti-gay activist.”)