Bill O’Reilly tonight slammed President Barack Obama’s remarks at yesterday’s Easter Prayer Breakfast about “less-than-loving expressions by Christians.”

“On Easter, I do reflect on the fact that, as a Christian, I am supposed to love, and I have to say that sometimes when I listen to less-than-loving expressions by Christians, I get concerned, but that’s a topic for another day,” Obama said.

“In the political arena, it seems like President Obama is more skeptical of Christians than he is Muslims,” O’Reilly remarked.

“The Factor” host said that Obama’s comments at the prayer breakfast seemed to be about Indiana’s religious freedom law.

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“The signing of this bill doesn’t seem like it’s a step in the direction of equality and justice and liberty for all Americans,” White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said about the law.

O’Reilly noted that Obama said he was opposed to gay marriage in 2008, but has since changed his mind.

“The Factor” host wondered: Does Obama think that people who are against gay marriage are biased against gays? Does he believe that Americans who are against public funding for abortion are anti-women?

“If he does not believe those things, then what’s the beef with allowing religious Americans a legal remedy to state moral objections to mandated policy?” O’Reilly asked.

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O’Reilly charged liberals with being “aggressors in demonizing those who oppose their vision.”

“Perhaps the president might address that lack of love at his next prayer breakfast,” O’Reilly quipped.