Christian conservative Bryan Fischer on Tuesday stated that since cops can't have sex with prostitutes in the course of an investigation, gay sex should be illegal.

Citing a bill being debated by Hawaii lawmakers which would close a loophole that allows undercover police officers to have sex with prostitutes, Fischer, a vocal opponent of gay rights, said the situation was similar to gay sex, in that both are “immoral.”

“This is adult sex, it is consensual sex and it is flatly prohibited,” Fischer said of cops having sex with prostitutes before making an arrest. “In other words, Honolulu is rightly discriminating against sexually immoral behavior. So it is appropriate. It is right to discriminate against sexually immoral behavior.”

“Now, homosexuality is sexually immoral behavior. So, it's entirely appropriate for us to discriminate against homosexual behavior,” he said.

The people in Honolulu “have said there are certain forms of sexual expression [that] even though they are adult and even though they are consensual are, and ought to be, contrary to public policy.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)