Democratic surrogates for Gov. Andrew Cuomo are knocking Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino for appearing at a rally for social conservatives on Tuesday with a pastor who has made inflammatory remarks about gays and the same-sex marriage movement.

The pastor, Bishop Harry Jackson, has called same-sex marriage a “satanic plot” during a radio show and has compared the effort to legalize same-sex marriage to “just like during the times of Hitler.”

The push back from the “Astorino Truth Squad” — a group ostensibly led by Westchester County Democrats — comes after Astorino called on Cuomo to “repudiate” remarks by Home Depot founder Ken Langone, who compared the income inequality movement to Nazi Germany.

Langone, a Republican, has emerged as a major contributor and Republican supporter for Cuomo.

Cuomo’s office or the re-election campaign is yet to address the Langone remarks.