Gordon "Dr. Chaps" Klingenschmitt won in a landslide victory last night and was elected into the Colorado House of Representatives.
The Gazette reports that Klingenschmitt, a Republican, won almost 70 percent of the vote against his Democratic opponent Lois Fornander.
Klingenschmitt, a former Navy Chaplain, has a long history of making anti-gay remarks on his "Pray in Jesus Name" Internet program.
According to RightWingWatch.org, Klingenschmitt claimed in 2011 that he tried to cast out demons who represented the "foul spirit of lesbianism" from a rape victim whom he urged to marry Jesus Christ.
In 2012, Klingenschmitt wrote a book entitled The Demons of Barack H. Obama, in which he said that the President and Hillary Clinton were controlled by demons.
In October of this year, Klingenschmitt claimed that gay activists "want your soul," and in 2013, he said homosexuals are adopting children to recruit the kids into the "homosexual lifestyle."
Klingenschmitt falsely claimed in 2013 that Martin Luther King Jr. "promoted discrimination" in an effort to push his own belief that gay people "should be discriminated against" (video below).
In 2013, Klingenschmitt claimed that "Obamacare causes cancer" (video below).
In May of this year, Klingenschmitt expressed his fury at a decision by the Maine Supreme Court that allowed a little boy, who self-identifies as a girl, to use the girls' bathroom.
According to RawStory.com, Klingenschmitt said, "And really what the parents ought to do is take that boy to an exorcist, take that boy to a minister. Or at least discipline the boy. Maybe give him a spanking.”