Conservative commentator Glenn Beck says he wants nothing to do with homophobes.

“Anybody within the sound of my voice that hates a gay person because they're gay, you have no place calling yourself a fan of mine,” Beck said Tuesday on his radio show. “You are not a fan of mine, you have no friendship here if you hate people because they're gay.”

Beck made his comments as he discussed his opposition to Russia's anti-gay laws.

However, Beck added that he also has no interest in being friends with anyone who hates anyone based on personality traits, including sexual orientation and political beliefs.

“You see, I'm not afraid of your opinion,” he said. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

Writing at Right Wing Watch, Kyle Mantyla pointed out that “Beck brings anti-gay activists on to his radio and television programs with shocking regularity and is close friends with several people who perfectly represent exactly what it means to be 'anti-gay.'”