MSNBC's Rachel Maddow on Tuesday took a look at NOM's anti-gay photoshopped trickery.

During her weekday The Rachel Maddow Show, Maddow took note of the National Organization for Marriage's (NOM) recent doctored photo posted at its website showing President Brian Brown firing up a crowd of thousands against gay marriage in New Hampshire, where Republican lawmakers are pushing a bill to repeal the state's marriage law despite little public support.

“The people who want to repeal same-sex marriage rights in New Hampshire are clearly outnumbered here. But not if they fake some more supporters!” Maddow said.

The photo used to promote NOM's efforts in New Hampshire was in reality a campaign stop in Columbus, Ohio for then candidate Barack Obama in 2008. The forgery was first uncovered by the website

“The people watching him [Obama] that day in Columbus had no idea that through the magic of uncredited anti-gay photoshopping they would become part of a campaign against gay rights in a state 600 miles away in 2011,” Maddow said.

“The National Organization for Marriage is just making it up. They and the Republicans in the New Hampshire Legislature do not actually have popular support to take a nice picture of for taking away marriage rights currently enjoyed in New Hampshire. So because they don't have it, they are faking it, instead.”