A federal judge has dismissed a Nebraska woman's lawsuit which she filed against all gay people, because, Jesus.
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A Christian Nebraska woman last week filed a lawsuit against the entire group of "homosexuals" in America, in her role as Ambassador for the plaintiffs, namely, "God, and His, Son, Jesus Christ."
Sylvia Driskell, 66, filed her seven-page handwritten lawsuit in the "United State District Court of Omaha," asking the federal court to determine, "Is Homosexuality a sin, or not a sin."
The lawsuit quotes Leviticus, "God tells his children in Leviticus Chapter 18 verse 22. Thou shalt not lie with mankind as with womankind. It is ambomination." And also Romans I, and "Jenesis." And it concludes with these time-honored questions:
Why are judges passing laws, so sinners can break religious and moral laws?
Will all the judges of this Nation, judge God to be a lier?
For God has said; that all unrighteousness is sin, and that homosexuality is abomination
Driskell will not have her day in court.
Judge Judge John Gerrard, according to the Omaha World-Herald, has dismissed her case, without even a hearing.
"The United States Federal Courts were created to resolve actual cases and controversies arising under the Constitution and the laws of the United States," Judge Gerrard wrote in his ruling. "A federal court is not a forum for debate or discourse on theological matters."
Needless to say, the news of the lawsuit prompted hilarious responses on social media, like this from Clay Aiken:
This from almightygod:
I've been sued. http://t.co/ebDhQRFHd2— Gabe Ortíz (@TUSK81) May 5, 2015
Man, I hope I get deposed: http://t.co/AbOSfbEkzX— Dan Savage (@fakedansavage) May 5, 2015
This will be one busy process server. http://t.co/hgjeNPxQTK— Kate Kendell (@KateKendell) May 5, 2015