Christian conservative Linda Harvey and Molly Smith, director of Cleveland Right to Life, agree that anti-choice activists must also oppose gay rights.

The National Right to Life Committee last year withdrew Cleveland Right to Life's affiliation after Smith criticized Senator Rob Portman's endorsement of marriage equality.

Smith currently serves as the head of the National Personhood Alliance.

In an interview with Smith, Harvey, the founder of the Columbus, Ohio-based Mission America and a frequent contributor to the conservative website, wholeheartedly agreed with Smith that anti-choice activists must also oppose gay rights.

“The Planned Parenthood and anti-life lobby is heavily imbued and connected to homosexuality,” Harvey said. “They’re in favor of opening up the doors and spreading the boundaries of sexuality all across the board. That includes homosexuality. The lines are very blurred, and unless you stand strong on this issue, you’re going to see much more, and you do see much more, out of wedlock sexuality and then of course, more abortion.”

Harvey added that she had seen Planned Parenthood march in Columbus' annual Gay Pride parade.

“Why are they doing that?” she rhetorically asked. “Because they know, you muddy the water, and you get a lot more of their business, abortion.”