In 2014, Lively was profiled in the Human Rights Campaign’s “The Export of Hate” report. He has been accused of crimes against humanity for inciting anti-gay hatred in Uganda and aiding in the passing of their “Kill the Gays” bill.
Lively shared his hopes for what a Trump presidency would like for gay people while speaking with fellow religious extremist Mike Heath of MaineResistance.
Calling the spread of anti-gay propaganda laws in Russia “one of the proudest achievements of my career,” Lively said:
“I wish we would be able to duplicate that all over the world. That would really solve the problem.
“Frankly, if Trump wins in November then he could turn out to be like Putin in Russia and push back Marxism like Putin did and invite the church to come back in an guide the culture, like Putin did. He delegates, that’s his way of governing and his way of doing business and I think he is going to delegate to the church the task of shaping the culture.
“The culture war has always been a battle between cultural Marxists and Christians, always, especially homosexuals among the cultural Marxists and [Trump is] pushing the cultural Marxists back and that’s his primary target, political correctness, you know, the whole slate of the hard left agenda, he’s just pushing back. And that’s going to create a vacuum that the church is naturally going to fill because we’re the ones who were guiding the culture before the Marxists took it away from us.”
In 2014, Lively said that homosexuality is “an infection worse than murder.”
Listen to his latest comments below via Right Wing Watch.