Singer Adam Lambert has labeled Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann a 'bully' for her anti-gay views.

The 29-year-old singer on Monday took to Twitter to blast the presidential candidate and winner of the Iowa straw poll in Ames.

“yup girl, your views are too clear: you're an extremely ignorant woman who just grins when she's called out. No thanks,” he tweeted to his more than 1 million followers along with a link to a YouTube video of Bachmann's Sunday appearance on Meet the Press.

On the segment, Bachmann objected to host David Gregory's line of questioning regarding her position on gay marriage, whether she would appoint an openly gay person to her cabinet and whether she believed children being raised in a household headed by a gay or lesbian couple are a family.

A clearly uncomfortable Bachmann complained, “You know, all of these kinds of questions really aren't about what people are concerned about right now,” and later added, “I don't judge.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

(Related: Anderson Cooper, Kathy Griffin blast Michele Bachmann on gay rights.)

“I usually steer clear of politics but she is a bully,” Lambert messaged a few moments later. “Kids get teased in school by offspring of this type of parent.”

Followers praised the singer for his comments.

“Well said Adam,” messaged one, and another simply retweeted Lambert's tweet along with the hashtag #AdamForPresident.

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