Sylvia Driskell has taken on quite a huge and ridiculous task because the 66-year-old Nebraskan wants to sue every single gay person. She believes homosexuality to be a sin and wants a federal judge to rule it as such.
Don't laugh to hard just yet because Sylvia is claiming to be an ambassador for God and his son, Jesus Christ, and is under instructions from the powers that be above to sue all homosexuals. Can't argue with that i guess?
In a seven-page handwritten document, where Driskell claims to be an ambassador for God and Jesus Christ, she expresses disappointment that Nebraska has become "compliant in the lewd behaviour of some people."
The lawsuit was filed at the beginning of May as Driskell v. Homosexuals. Every single last one of them.
Driskell Writes, “I never thought that I would see a day in which our great nation or our own great state of Nebraska would become so compliant to the complicity of some people[’s] lewd behavior,” - And so it goes on, all seven pages of it.
Here are some more noteworthy(?) excerpts:
I Sylvia Ann Driskell; Contented that homosexuality is a sin, And that they the homosexuals know it is a sin to live a life of homosexuality. Why else would they have been hiding in a closet.
Never before has Our great Nation the United States of America And our great State of Nebraska; been besiege by sin; The way to destroy any Nation, or State is to destroy its morals; Look what happen to Sodom and Gomorrah two city because of the same immoral behavior thats present in Our Nation, in Our States, and our Cities; God destroy them.
For God has said; that all unrighteousness is sin, and that homosexuality is abomination
One of the many millions of people being sued, Gay activist and columnist Dan Savage, has signaled he’d be willing to take the stand (get in line, a long line buddy).
Driskell does not have an attorney, presumably because they all think she's insane. But even if it did make it to court, there's not a courtroom on earth big enough to accommodate every single gay person on the planet.
One official, who asked not to be named was quoted as saying, “The process might take some time.”
Driskell v. Homosexuals. Coming to a courtroom near you (if you live in Nebraska) soon. Maybe. Probably not.