A man who describes himself as a “machinist” is suing the state of Alabama to recognize his marriage to his computer in a fight against the expansion of the Fourteenth Amendment and “moral relativist” judges.
AL.com reports Chris Sevier, who has previously tried to sue other states to recognize his "marriage," is now suing Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, Attorney General Steve Marshall, and Blount County Probate Judge Chris Green for his right to marry his computer.
In the lawsuit, filed on Aug. 31, Sevier claims, “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.”
He alleges he married his computer, which allegedly has "female-like features," in New Mexico.
The other plaintiffs in Seviers’ case are three polygamists who are also fighting for their marriages to be recognized.
WSFA reports the federal complaint criticizes “Moral relativist [sic] who have infiltrated the bench like a cancer" with their own personal views:
Moral relativist who have infiltrated the bench like a cancer cannot be permitted to monkey with the Fourteenth Amendment just because they believe that "the ends justify the means" or because they feel entitled to personally misuse government to enshrine their own jaded religious worldview so that they themselves feel less ashamed and inadequate out their own core beliefs that are demonstrably irrational and a catalyst that erodes freedom through coercion.
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