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YouTuber becomes mayor of Hell, immediately bans straight people from entering

YouTuber becomes mayor of Hell, immediately bans straight people from entering

Elijah Daniel became the mayor of Hell, Michigan

When YouTube star Elijah Daniel decided to become the mayor of Hell, he knew exactly what his first order would be:

Banning all straight people from entering.

The prankster looked up the easiest political office he could hold, and found the perfect thing.

‘If Donald Trump, a REALITY STAR can be our president there’s no reason why I can’t be a politician…’ he said.

‘I spent two days calling towns asking to let me be their mayor….. and guess what….

‘As of today, August 30th, 2017 I am the legal mayor of Hell, Michigan. This is real. I am the mayor of Hell.’

In the order has similar language to Trump’s Muslim ban, with some notable differences.

‘Growing up, I was always told that homosexuals would go to Hell, now the heterosexuals are trying to take this from us too,’ Daniel writes.

With new measures to keep ‘radical heterosexuals’ out of the town, Elijah lists ways to ‘strengthen the vetting process’.

‘We can no longer in good conscience allow straights to enter. However, will will not deport heterosexuals out of our town. Any heterosexuals currently residing in Hell will instead by charged an $84,000 reproductive precautionary deposit, which will be returned after one year abstinence from any heterosexual activities.’

He added: ‘We will also be offering a heterosexual reparative therapy program for hetero residents who would like to denounce their heterosexuality and become gay like the rest of the town.’

Daniel also said all heteros who do not go through ‘straight cure’ therapy must meet in the town center at 5.30am wearing cargo shorts to publicly ‘straight-shamed’.

‘Make Hell Great Again’

This was in order to ‘Make Hell Great Again’.

However, he quickly became impeached.

And while Daniel hasn’t admitted to doing this, it is likely he took advantage of the town’s ‘Mayor for a Day’.

So if you want to ban straights from Hell again, it’ll cost you around $100.