In advising an Idaho couple who do not wish to marry gay couples, televangelist Pat Robertson accused the Supreme Court of forcing an “onslaught of homosexual behavior.”

Donald and Evelyn Knapp, ordained ministers with the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel, run The Hitching Post, a for-profit wedding chapel in Coeur d'Alene. The Knapps on Friday filed a lawsuit against the city claiming that its leaders are forcing them to violate their religious beliefs by performing weddings for gay couples. City attorney Warren Wilson told a paper in May that the city's gay-inclusive non-discrimination ordinance would apply to the Knapps' business should marriage equality become legal in the state, which happened last week.

(Related: Idaho wedding chapel sues city after declining to marry gay couple.)

“[T]his onslaught of homosexual behavior that is being forced on us by the Supreme Court of the United States is having deadly consequences,” Robertson told his The 700 Club viewers.

Robertson advised the Knapps to “leave Idaho.”

“I think those guys in Idaho had better get out of dodge now before it gets any worse,” Robertson said. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

But the Knapps won't be joining Robertson in Virginia, where same-sex nuptials were legalized earlier this month.