WATCH: Donald Trump’s Nominee Sam Clovis Says Same-Sex Marriage Could Lead To The Legalization Of Pedophilia

Donald Trump’s nominee for chief scientist of the Department of Agriculture might seem like an odd pick for the job. After all, the position requires a “distinguished [scientist] with specialized training or significant experience in agricultural research, education, and economics,” and Trump’s pick — radio host Sam Clovis — might not make the cut.

According to CNN, Clovis has said that the legalization of same-sex marriage could lead to legalized pedophilia.

Sam Clovis made the comments on his conservative radio show and in an op-ed in a conservative blog in separate incidents ranging from 2011 to 2015, according to CNN’s KFile investigative unit.

“If we protect LGBT behavior, what other behaviors are we going to protect? Are we going to protect pedophilia?” “We’re not thinking the consequences of these decisions through.”

When told his opinions were “extreme,” Clovis said that he believes they are “logical.” “I think it’s a logical extension of thought. And if you cannot follow the logic, then you’re denying you’re in denial.”

Questioned by CNN about Clovis’s comments, a USDA spokeswoman referred to the 2015 Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage in all 50 states. “The Supreme Court settled the issue in 2015,” the spokeswoman said.

CNN also found that Clovis repeatedly argued that being a member of the LGBT population is a “choice.”

“The science on this issue seems to be uncertain, and if one followed the arguments from plaintiffs, the issue argued was that these individuals, because of ‘love,’ should be allowed to marry just like opposite-sex couples,” he said in 2011.

Clovis has made a number of controversial statements in the past, including his suggestion that former President Obama wanted to “enslave” his opponents and that Obama was happy after the 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya.

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