Victoria Jackson, the former SNL comedian, is stirring up more controversy. On a recent appearance on the Howard Stern show, the Tea Party supporter said that gay marriage doesn't exist.
Jackson, who starred on "Saturday Night Live" from 1986 to 1992, has made headlines for her controversial statements since first endorsing the Tea Party in 2011.
On Tuesday, Howard Stern had Jackson on his show to discuss various issues. One of the issues was homosexuality.
When asked about her views on homosexuality, Jackson replied: "You have to take it up with God. God made the rules. He made a man and woman's bodies fit together, he made the Ten Commandments. I believe the Bible is God's word and I base all my world view on the Bible."
Despite her religious outlook, she says she doesn't identify her homosexual friends by their sexual preferences.
"I have gay friends ... I don't make their identity their sexuality. To me, he's my fun, theatre-loving, funny friend ... why is his identity his sexuality," she told Stern.
However, when Stern asked Jackson about the topic of gay marriage, she claims that it doesn't exist.
"I don't think there's such a thing as gay marriage. The definition of marriage is man and woman," Jackson said.
Stern brings up changing the definition of marriage, to which Jackson replies, "that would make God mad."
This isn't the first time that Jackson has made her homophobic views clear. In 2011, she criticized Fox's show "Glee" for showing a kiss between two male actors. She found the act sickening and suggested that the show be replaced by another show that promotes celibacy.
According to a listener on Twitter, Jackson also claimed that climate change doesn't exist either.
"Victoria Jackson told @HowardStern that based on her "personal research," climate change isn't real," the user wrote.
These claims, which is bound to cause outrage, comes a week after another controversial claim that she made on her own show about children conceived in rape.
Before interviewing Rebecca Kiessling, a woman who claims her mother had her after being raped, Jackson opens up the Oct. 2 episode of her show by saying "If I was raped, I would have the baby and think of it as God making a blessing out of something bad."
Jackson has built a reputation for causing controversy since she gave her support to the Tea Party in 2011. She wrote a song called "There's a Communist Living in the White House" and she believes that President Obama is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.
She recently published an autobiography called "Is My Bow Too Big? How I went from Saturday Night Live to the Tea Party."