Earlier this week, Elijah Daniel became mayor of Hell, an unincorporated community of only 72 people, and outlawed heterosexuality as his first decree.
The YouTube comedian who is famous for writing a homosexual-themed erotic novel about President Donald Trump, told HuffPost, “I was looking for a town willing to make me mayor. They’ll do it in Hell for $100, so I caught a redeye to Michigan and got sworn in.”
The first thing he did in office was follow in Trump’s footsteps and ban a large group of people from his community.
“My ban is a copy-and-paste of Trump’s Muslim ban, but with heterosexuals instead,” Daniel said.
As the new mayor of Hell, Daniel said he would implement a “new vetting measures to keep radical heterosexuals out of our town.”
Not to seem totally bigoted, Daniel said heterosexuals can stay in Hell for only $84,000, which would be returned if they abstained from straight sex for a year.
Although the new law was meant to be a prank, Daniel was impeached a day later.
“That’s actually not a problem,” he said. “Everyone who becomes mayor there gets impeached. Most of the people who visit are same-sex couples who want to be married in Hell.”
“It’s a great place to visit,” Daniel said. “Donald Trump should go to Hell anytime.”