Glenn Beck slammed Hillary Clinton in an installment of his radio program earlier this week, accusing the former U.S. Secretary of State of being a hypocrite when it came to her support of same-sex marriage, among other issues.
“I’m telling you, Hillary Clinton will be having sex with a woman on the ... White House desk if it becomes popular," he declared. "She’ll be like, ‘Look, the arc of history wasn’t ready for a president to be a lesbian and have sex on the desk.’”
It isn't the first time that Clinton has faced conservative claims about her sexuality. In September 2013, the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer pointed to a then-recent interview with Bill Clinton's alleged ex-mistress, Gennifer Flowers.
In that interview with the Daily Mail's Laura Collins, Flowers had speculated about the nature of Hillary Clinton's relationship with aide Huma Abedin (also the wife of failed New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner), and implied she was bisexual.
"The bottom line is that if Hillary Clinton becomes president in 2016, she will not only be our first female president, she could be our first lesbian president,” Fischer noted at the time.