Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee this week called for a boycott of Frito-Lay over its LGBT-affirming “Rainbow Doritos.”

Frito-Lay sold out of the cool ranch-flavored corn chips in one day, raising $100,000 for the It Gets Better Project, a group that helps troubled LGBT teens.

According to Time, Huckabee has “called on Christians to boycott all snacks made by” Frito Lay and demanded that the company apologize for its partnership with the It Gets Better Project and its co-founder Dan Savage, described by Huckabee as an “anti-Christian bully.”

Huckabee, Time reported, acted at the behest of Republican organizer David Lane, an outspoken opponent of LGBT rights.

“[Savage is] promoting an agenda that we believe will collapse America,” Lane said. “Homosexuals used to have a libertarian position: 'let me do what we do in the privacy of my own home.' They've moved into a totalitarian position.: 'you're going to participate in our weddings, or we're going to bankrupt you.' The next step is fascism: 'you're going to cheer at our weddings, or we're going to put you in jail.'”

Savage disagreed, saying that “Rainbow Doritos,” or a “gay bag of chips,” as he put it, doesn't “limit anyone else's religious freedom.”

“You don't have a right to live in a world without bags of gay chips, and it doesn't infringe on anyone's private beliefs of practices if there's a bag of gay chips out there,” he told Time.

Right Wing Watch notes that in calling for a day of support for Chick-Fil-A in 2012, Huckabee described a boycott against the chicken chain as “economic terrorism” and said that he would never support a boycott of Starbucks, Apple or Amazon based on the gay-affirming politics of their leaders.