Christian conservative Linda Harvey has described the upcoming Gay Games in Cleveland as a “big gathering of homosexuals” to proclaim in public their “sinful behavior.”

Harvey, the founder of the Columbus, Ohio-based Mission America and a frequent contributor to the conservative website, also hailed Muslim taxi drivers who are refusing to drive cabs with ads for this summer's sports and cultural festival.

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Citing religious reasons, roughly 25 Muslim drivers dispatched to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport announced their decision last week.

“I don't know if you've heard, but there's going to be a big gathering of homosexuals in the city of Cleveland in August for what is called the Gay Games,” Harvey told listeners. “Yes I know it seems that these folks can't stop proclaiming in public the sinful behavior they've told us for years they wanted to keep private.”

Harvey called the drivers “courageous” for standing up to LGBT community, then added that Muslims, unlike Christians, “really are sometimes kind of scary or they have scary friends.”

“Could it be that the two groups have a common denominator that transcends the homosexuality issue, and that is they both essentially despise Christians?” she rhetorically asked.

Of course, a large percentage of gay people are also religious, which would seem to contradict Harvey's claims.