As Right Wing Watch first reported, Lively joined Fischer to discuss his newly-launched gubernatorial campaign. Not surprisingly, however, their talk quickly shifted to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community.
"People are fed up; I think they're at the breaking point," Lively noted. Calling homosexuality as the "ultimate lawlessness" in the Bible, the controversial evangelical added, "That's where we are now in our country. It's a powder keg and I think we're going to see some real explosive changes are going to take place."
Lively, who is on trial for crimes against humanity, perhaps best known for his support of Uganda's extreme political persecution of gays and lesbians, and is said to have inspired the country's controversial "Kill the Gays" bill.
Fischer, of course, has his own history of anti-LGBT declarations.