A man named Chris Sevier put down the sins of homosexuality in a 91-page of law and religious propaganda.
Phil Robertson's controversial comment about homosexuality did not only spark national debate but also spawn a lawsuit for A&E. A member of the "Duck Dynasty" star's church is suing the network and others because they robbed him off his right to hate homosexuals.
Chris Sevier, who claimed to be a lawyer, has put together 91 pages of law and religious propaganda attacking homosexuality, TMZ reported. Sevier also named President Obama as defendant, claiming the president prompted A&E to take the pro-gay move. "We live in a Christian nation 'Jack'," he said in the document.
In the lawsuit which he said would be filed on Monday, December 23, Savier quoted scriptures about the evils of homosexuality, saying if men are allowed to marry the same sex then "citizens in that state should be able to marry their pets." He also claimed that the suspension of Robertson from "Duck Dynasty" is going to have a chilling effect on other churchgoers, himself included, when it comes to preaching what he believes is the word of God.
Sevier, who had sued Facebook, CBS, and Apple in the past, attached exhibits on the lawsuit including a picture of Jesus' face in fruits.