It wasn't the first time AFA's Bryan Fischer called gay people Nazis, but it was the first time he did it two days in a row.

On Tuesday and then again on the next day, Fischer insisted powerful gay people were out to silence anyone who disagreed with them, comparing the gay rights movement to Hitler's Nazis, and, ironically, the Roman Catholic Church's Spanish Inquisition.

“The homosexual agenda is just like Islam: there is no room for dissent, there is no room to leave, once you're in, you can't leave,” Fischer said on his AFA-hosted radio program.

“Muslims won't let you leave, homosexuals won't let you leave – if you leave, they claim you're faking it, so there's no way out,” he said, referring to ministries that claim they can pray away the gay.

“I mean, ladies and gentlemen, they are Nazis. Homosexual activists, when it comes to freedom of speech, are Nazis. When it comes to freedom of religion, they are Nazis. There is no room in their world for dissent, there is no room in their world for disagreement, there is no room in their world for criticism. You criticize homosexual behavior, they tag you as a bigot and a homophobe and then they got to work to silence you just like the Roman Catholic Church did in the days of Galileo - it's no different; it's the Spanish Inquisition all over again.”

On Wednesday, he went further. In a rant against openly gay military service he suggested that gay people, and ostensibly their allies, would physically torture their opponents once “Don't Ask, Don't Tell” is lifted.

“It's just like Islam, it's just like the Nazis. With the homosexual lobby there is no place for freedom of speech. There is no place for differences of opinion.”

“In the gay world, the world of gay activism, there is no room for heresy,” he said. “If you deviate from the tolerance dogma you're a heretic. They're going to come after you like Torquemada went after heretics in the middle ages. They are going to put you on the rack and you're done. You're toast.”

“If you say a word of complaint about any homosexual behavior, then you are going to be sent to re-education camp,” he said. “I mean, you're going to be sent to some place to get your brain washed and get your mind right. Until you are willing to say you support deviant sexual behavior, you're not getting anywhere.” (The video is embedded in the right hand panel of this page.)