Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert says he's renouncing his Gleek card, because Glee is too gay.

“Folks, I used to be a Gleek, but now I'm a gloutspoke glitic,” Colbert told his audience on Thursday's edition of The Colbert Report. “Because Glee is clearly in the pocket of big gay.”

For evidence, Colbert turned to KRIV-26, the Fox affiliate in Houston, interviewing Bryan Fischer of the Christian conservative American Family Association (AFA).

In the clip, we see Fischer, an outspoken opponent of gay rights, rail against the show's gay-inclusiveness.

“What these television programs doing is glamourizing homosexual behavior. Glamourizing homosexual conduct,” Fischer said. “What people see on television influences their behavior and influences their choices.”

“And we all know about product placement,” the host added, “you throw a soda in a movie and within a few seconds everybody in the theater is thirsty for that particular brand.” (GLAAD has asked Fox for an apology.)

“Exactly,” Colbert said. “And Glee makes you thirsty for gay. After every episode, I just want to wrap my lips around a tall cool one.”

“Well, Glee, I'm not falling for your product placements anymore. I've already been tricked into buying your Slushies, your track suits and your wheelchairs,” Colbert added.