...so sayeth the SPLC. Maybe this was the giveaway:
[I]n March 2008, [Senior Fellow Peter] Sprigg, responding to a question about uniting gay partners during the immigration process, said: "I would much prefer to export homosexuals from the United States than to import them." He later apologized, but then went on, last February, to tell MSNBC host Chris Matthews, "I think there would be a place for criminal sanctions on homosexual behavior." "So we should outlaw gay behavior?" Matthews asked. "Yes," Sprigg replied.
In May, Sprigg [said] that an end to Don't Ask, Don't Tell would lead to more American servicemen receiving unwelcome same-sex fell(a)tio in their sleep, part of a long line of reasoning from Sprigg suggesting that gay men are more likely to be sex offenders than anyone else.