By: Red Pill | 09-07-2017 | Weird
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Man who Married his Computer Sues Alabama Claiming Civil Rights Violation for Transgender Laptop

No seriously, the man who married his computer is suing the state of Alabama over the state's refusal to issue him a marriage license.

Okay I get it, as soon as you read that headline you thought to yourself why is this Earth filled with retards?

I'm not even going to attempt to answer that question, but instead I'll explain to you what type of demented, sadistic, and disturbed individual Chris Sevier actually is.

Chris Sevier actually <i>married his computer</i> in the State of New Mexico. His sexual orientation, as described by him is <i>Machinist</i>, meaning that he's sexually attracted to machines.

Now to the rest of the world who isn't suffering from a severe mental illness you realize this is absolutely fucking nuts.

I get it. It's crazy. The man has lost his damn mind. This is 2017 though, and Chris Sevier, being the extraordinary smart-ass he is, has cleverly plotted this plan for both attention and financial prowess in order to win a lawsuit.

This isn't the first time Sevier has made such outrageous claims though, with Sevier having previously filed similar lawsuits in Texas, Utah, and also having filed a suit in Colorado where he sought to <i>force a baker to make a wedding cake for him and his computer "bride"</i>.

Yes, I'm serious. In 2016 Mark "Chris" Sevier filed suit against a Houston-area county clerk, Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton after he was denied a license to marry his 2011 Macbook computer.

"The question is, should we have policies that encourage that kind of lifestyle?" Sevier said during that case. "The state is not doing anyone any favors by encouraging people to live that lifestyle. We have to define marriage."

Earlier this year in April, Sevier also filed a lawsuit against the state of Utah, where he demanded the right to marry his laptop.

In that case the the Utah Attorney General’s Office has sought to have the lawsuit dismissed on a number of fronts, primarily arguing that computers cannot consent to marriage.

That motion was actually refused by a Judge who said since Sevier used Utah’s polygamy laws to bring in additional witnesses who could acknowledge his relationship with the computer, an inanimate object, granted his claim merit.

As if that wasn't enough for Chris Sevier, he then later filed a lawsuit against the State of Colorado where Sevier said that if same-sex couples are able to get married and demand that Christian bakers make them wedding cakes, then he should be allowed to marry his laptop and demand a cake to celebrate the union between one man and one machine.

No seriously, he sued the state of Colorado to force a baker to make him and his Computer bride a wedding cake.

If marriage based on self-asserted sex-based identity narratives is a ‘fundamental right,’ ‘individual right,’ ‘existing right,’ based on a ‘personal choice’ for homosexuals, then clearly it is also a ‘fundamental right,’ ‘individual right,’ ‘existing right,’ based on a ‘personal choice’ for polygamists, zoophiles and machinists,” Mr. Sevier and several self-identified polygamists said in their lawsuit against Masterpiece Cakeshop, the Colorado baker they are challenging.

Now here's the clincher, Sevier has a legally recognized marriage license for him and his laptop, which is his “wife”, in the state of New Mexico.

However in his lawsuit in Alabama, he's abusing the states stances on gay marriage, and transgender individuals.

In Alabama the state will only recognize the gender you were born as, in many precincts.

This has caused great controversy with lawsuits against the state from transgenders who expect their mental illness to be recognized by the courts.

Sevier has now filed a federal lawsuit in Alabama's Northern District where he argued that his rights, along with the rights of individuals in which his lawsuit identifies as "an ex-gay" and "an ex-transgender," were violated by Alabama Governor Kay Ivey, Attorney General Steve Marshall, and Blount County Probate Judge Chris Green.

According to the courts, Sevier claimed that since he "married an object in New Mexico with female like features", he had asked Judge Green to either recognize the unholy union or issue him a new Alabama marriage license.

"Defendant Green issues marriage licenses to individuals who self-identify as homosexual, but he refuses to issue marriage licenses to zoophiles, machinists, and polygamists license on a basis that can only be described as procedurally arbitrary," the official complaint states.

In his lawsuit against Alabama he uses several other plaintiffs, including a three way couple who included John Gunter Jr., Whitney Kohl, and Joan Grace Harley, described as polygamists, who were all denied a marriage license in Alabama in which the trio attempted to marry each other.

Judge Green said that those plaintiffs did not make the request in person but instead called inquiring about getting the licenses. "I just said I wouldn't do that in Blount County. No way, no how."

While Judge Green's office first began issuing same-sex marriage licenses after the United States Supreme Court ruling forced them to do so, Alabama state law does not grant him the authority to issue polygamist licenses or marriage licenses for people seeking to We'd something as disturbing as an "inanimate object," he said.

Sevier states that Governor Ivey and Attorney General Marshall, violated the plaintiff's constitutional rights by giving out "special treatment" to gays and lesbians but not polygamists or "machinists”, as he attempts to make his mental illness a legally recognized identification.

In the complaint Sevier and his attorney argue that the United State Supreme Court ruling that officially legalized same-sex marriage nationwide was the work of "moral relativist who have infiltrated the bench like a cancer and cannot be permitted to monkey with the Fourteenth Amendment just because they believe that 'the ends justify the means.'"

Sevier at one point in his life was an attorney in the state of Tennessee, so he's well aware of how to manipulate laws and find loopholes that will make a lawsuit stick as valid.

Chris Sevier said the following, "In Alabama, the probate Judges are issuing marriage licenses to self-identified homosexuals based on their sexual orientation or self-asserted sex-based identity narrative. The governor and state officials are providing full marriage benefits and privileges to legally self-identified homosexuals but not to self-identified polygamists and machinists for procedural and moral reason."

So yes, this man is actually suing the state of Alabama, because they won't recognize his inanimate object, his computer, which is legally his wife in the state of New Mexico, as his current wife in Alabama.

Since Alabama doesn't recognize inanimate objects in the state as being potential wives or husbands, he is now claiming that his computer is transgender, and the transgender computer is having it’s civil rights violated.

As disturbing and difficult as it may be to accept, he actually holds a legal precedent in this case under the law.

Marriage and traditional values are under attack in America, and now so in Alabama as well by calculative and mentally ill manipulators such as Sevier.


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Anonymous No. 7774 2017-09-08 : 15:32

gross. wonder how he consummated his wedding

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