Social conservative Phyllis Schlafly, founder of Eagle Forum, on Monday accused marriage equality supporters of attempting “to wipe out the Christian religion.”

When radio host Chuck Wilder asserted that same-sex marriage was being used to “attack Christian businesses,” Schlafly agreed.

“Have you noticed that only Christian small-business people have been harassed and sued for refusing to participate in same-sex marriages even though our fast-growing immigrant populations, you know of Muslims, Hindus and other faiths are also opposed to that concept?” Wilder asked. “The use of same-sex marriage to attack Christian businesses but not businesses run by members of other religions demonstrates what is really driving the demand for the new constitutional right to same-sex marriage.”

“Well, that is right,” Schlafly replied. “They want to wipe out the Christian religion. And most of these other religions do not recognize same-sex marriage. I assume there are some Muslim bakers and photographers and other people who have been harassed, but they're not being attacked and they're not being criticized.”

(Related: Phyllis Schlafly: “Many Americans” moving to non-equality states to protest gay marriage.)