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like looking in a mirrorBrave American and very heterosexual hero Andrew Shirvell was really upset in 2010 because the University of Michigan student body president Chris Armstrong (himself a gay) was obviously trying to make Shirvell gay with his radical homosexual agenda. To counter Amstrong’s man-on-man voodoo, Shirvell devoted his entire adult life to following Armstrong around and chronicling all the ways Armstrong was a “gay Nazi” on a Blogspot blog.

Eventually Shirvell’s employer, the Michigan Attorney General, told him to stop obsessively blogging about everything this one undergraduate college student was doing. Shirvell bravely fought back against these George Soros-funded big government socialists (conservative Republican Attorney General Mike Cox) and the radical homosexual effort to silence his comically high-pitched voice.

Well, he “fought back” if you consider ignoring your employer’s demand that you behave like a professional the same thing as fighting back. Then Shirvell was fired. Also, he was banned from the University of Michigan campus for being a gross cyber stalker.

Shirvell sued the Attorney General because Shirvell said by firing him the AG threw his not-at-all-closeted ass “under the bus”—just because he had a bizarre obsession with a college student! To which the Michigan Civil Service Commission’s Employment Relations Board said: “Appellee countered — accurately — that after Appellee had warned [Shirvell] repeatedly that a bus was coming, he chose to walk out in the middle of the road, lie down and wait for the bus to roll over him.”

Then they dismissed Shirvell’s attempt to get his job back.

Always a bridesmaid, eh Andrew? [AnnArbor.com]

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