One supporter greeted Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum at a campaign stop in Iowa.

According to The Des Moines Register, Santorum's initial audience at a restaurant stop in Hamlin (population 300) consisted of Audubon County Republican Party Chair Peggy Toft.

By the time his lunch of tenderloin and onion rings arrived, his audience had increased to four.

Santorum told them that the family and religious liberty were threatened by the marriages of gay and lesbian couples.

“This is where the Left is saying, 'Here is what your belief system should be, and anyone who does not toe the line, you're a hater, you're a bigot, you're intolerant and you will not be tolerated,” he said.

Santorum, a vocal opponent of LGBT rights, won Iowa in 2012.