Delegation Eric Porterfield, who represents the 27th West of Western Australia, has a history of anti-LGBT situations. But things came to last last week during House meetings over a proposed amendment of anti-LGBT discrimination bill.
During the meeting of February 6, Porterfield asked the bill, which would include LGBT people as a protected class under the Human Rights Act, "bigoted," "intolerant" and "discriminatory."
Porterfield has already framed for LGBT defenses as a breach of free speech.
"West Virginia has no place for anyone who shows such a hatred," WVDP Chairman Belina Biafore wrote.
In the phone call, the news outlet gave a report, Porterfield gave his critique "brutal monsters" and gave him a "terrorist group" for the LGBT community. He also compared them to the KKK.
"The LGBTQ is a modern version of the Ku Klux Klan, without throwing hoods, in the face of harassment," he said.
The Porterfield office did not respond to CNN's calls and emails trying to make traffic.
"Well, I'll face my daughter first. I would have her for a pedicure, I'd like to take her to make her nails, and to see if she could swim," Porterfield said when she was hair. "If he was my son, he probably would hunt him, I would like to fish him, then I see if he could do a swim."
"I just want to make sure they could swim," he said when he was asked to clarify his opinions.
"These comments are unacceptable and we play for them," said Melody Potter, Chairman of the West Virginia Republican Party. "There's no place in America."