Elijah Daniel, a gay YouTube comedian, paid $100 to the town of Hell, Michigan in order to be declared its mayor. Now, with his newfound power, this American hero has criminalized heterosexual activity, a long overdue decree that's sure to get this country back on track.
"I was looking for a town willing to make me mayor," Daniel told the Huffington Post. "They'll do it in Hell for $100, so I caught a redeye to Michigan and got sworn in."
With his new legislative power, Daniel hopes to draw light to the incredibly unconsitutional acts of Donald Trump's presidency.
"My ban is a copy-and-paste of Trump's Muslim ban, but with heterosexuals instead," he explains.
His new decree bans heterosexuals from the town, unless they're willing to pay an $84,000 fee. Daniel was impeached shortly after putting forth his new measures, but, as he explains, "That's actually not a problem. Everyone who becomes mayor there gets impeached. Most of the people who visit are same-sex couples who want to be married in Hell."
Take a look at his full mayoral activity below:
\u201cAs of today, August 30th, 2017 I am the legal mayor of Hell, Michigan. This is real. I am the mayor of Hell.\u201d