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While the world has been watching President Obama get dogged by everyone, LGBT community get an repeal knocked down, gay rights push back and Bishop Eddie Long accused of sexual allegations that sounds like he is a closet gay man. A man by the name of Andrew Shirvell has been causing cyber mayhem right underneath our noses until Cooper Anderson confronted dude on CNN. Dude states his weird behavior is being conducted as a private citizen…on his blog Chris Armstrong Watch, he rants, rally and raves against the young gay man’s lifestyle. Andrew Shirvell believes his campaign is based on his first amendment rights and he believes the cyber bulling is justifiable behavior against the gay student. This should make it right? Dude is obsessed and should not be holding a public office position. A stiff penalty and lawsuit would shut all this cyber noise down…however his employer stands behind his weird behavior. Which leads me to believe they are all in it together….sue the entire organization University of Michigan..enough already with this nonsense. According to CNN: For nearly six months, Andrew Shirvell, an assistant attorney general for the state of Michigan, has waged an internet campaign against college student Chris Armstrong, the openly gay student assembly president at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

Using the online moniker “Concerned Michigan Alumnus,” Shirvell launched his blog in late April.

“Welcome to ‘Chris Armstrong Watch,’” Shirvell wrote in his inaugural blog post. “This is a site for concerned University of Michigan alumni, students, and others who oppose the recent election of Chris Armstrong — a RADICAL HOMOSEXUAL ACTIVIST, RACIST, ELITIST, & LIAR — as the new head of student government.”

The University of Michigan’s paper, Michigan Daily, wants Shirvell removed from office:

Though much of Shirvell’s tirades are one step from utter nonsense, his disdain for the LGBT community is obvious. Shirvell criticizes the LGBT community’s push for social equality in blanket statements that are plainly offensive to everyone. Though offensive, however, Shirvell’s hateful remarks aren’t a threat to campus. The University community recognizes Shirvell’s attacks as what they really are: the rants of a bigot.

Attorney General Mike Cox has not reacted appropriately to this reality. As reported on Tuesday, the attorney general’s office confirmed to the Daily that the office was aware of Shirvell’s blog. Yesterday, the Detroit Free Press reported that Cox had “chastised” Shirvell for the statements made on the blog. According to a statement from Cox, Shirvell is entitled to “a right to free speech outside working hours … But Mr. Shirvell’s immaturity and lack of judgment outside the office are clear.”

Shirvell’s increasingly extreme actions of discrimination aren’t the result of a lapse in judgment. His behavior does not stem from immaturity. It stems from hatred. And this type of hatred makes Shirvell unsuitable to remain a government official.

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