Anti-LGBT activist Peter LaBarbera is calling on the Religious Right to monitor President-elect Donald Trump on LGBT rights and same-sex marriage.

Speaking on Focal Point, Bryan Fischer's American Family Association (AFA) radio program, LaBarbera, president of Americans For Truth About Homosexuality (AFTAH), said that he was alarmed that few conservatives responded to Trump's comments about marriage equality during a recent 60 Minutes interview. While refusing to disclose where he stands on the issue, Trump said that he was “fine” with last year's Supreme Court finding that gay and lesbian couples have a constitutional right to marry, saying that the decision had “settled” the issue.

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Fisher noted other incidents, including gay entrepreneur Peter Thiel's involvement in the Trump campaign and Trump waving a rainbow flag at a campaign rally, which raise “real questions” about where the president-elect stands on LGBT rights.

“If Donald Trump, as a Republican, begins to promote homosexuality as a civil right and so-called gay marriage and homosexuality abroad,” LaBarbera said, “coming as a Republican, that is actually more dangerous than Hillary [Clinton] because everyone expected Hillary to promote homosexuality just like Obama did. But when a Republican does it, then the media is able to say, ‘Oh look, the consensus in the conservative movement is gone, you can’t even resist homosexuality, you’re a fringe movement.’ So this is of immense importance and I would call on all pro-life and pro-family leaders not to look the other way if and when Trump promotes homosexuality or same-sex marriage.”