Christian activist wants to sue the NFL for 867 billion dollars for the Shakira and JLo show

The American declared that the event put his soul "in danger of hellfire," and demanded that children not be warned about "pornographic" content.

Last Sunday, Latin artists Shakira and Jennifer López dazzled in the show that enlivens the break of the NFL Super Bowl, the biggest sporting event in the United States.  However, a radical right-wing American activist, Dave Daubenmire, did not share the general euphoria. Moreover, he declared that the show was discriminatory against the Christian community, because religious people should have had the possibility of enjoying the sporting event without being forced to see something that conflicts with their moral values.
Christian activist wants to sue the NFL for 867 billion dollars for the Shakira and JLo show

Last Sunday, Latin artists Shakira and Jennifer López dazzled in the show that enlivens the break of the NFL Super Bowl, the biggest sporting event in the United States.
However, a radical right-wing American activist, Dave Daubenmire, did not share the general euphoria. Moreover, he declared that the show was discriminatory against the Christian community, because religious people should have had the possibility of enjoying the sporting event without being forced to see something that conflicts with their moral values.
Therefore, he is now preparing to "sue [the NFL] for about $867 billion," as stated in his web show 'Coach Dave LIVE'.

"That part-time show will have been described as pornography? Was there any warning that your 12-year-old son - whose hormones have just begun to work - would see something that could cause him sexual arousal?" Daubenmire asks in the video.
"Could I enter a courtroom and say: 'Seeing what you transmit on that screen puts me in danger of hellfire?'" He continued.
In a second video, which went up on his Facebook account, Daubenmire said he hopes to receive support from like-minded people and lawyers to file a class action lawsuit for $ 867 billion against the NFL, Pepsi, the local cable company and "so many people as we want", for, supposedly, “to be complacent with pornography directed to minors". 

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