Bob Unruh, WND A judge has determined there is no constitutional right allowing humans to marry a bird
Over the centuries, societies, even whole civilizations, recognized that homosexual “marriage” was a reach too far.
Until five activist judges on the U.S. Supreme, including Justices Elena Kagan and Ruth Ginsburg, who advocated for “gay marriage” while the case was pending before the court by performing such ceremonies, created it in the United States.
Now a movement is under way to expand the right to marriage to include laptop computers. And parrots.
So far, the plaintiffs have been unsuccessful in convincing the courts that the U.S. Constitution, which does not mention marriage, should be reinterpreted to support a right to marry and inanimate object or an animal.
“Of course this case sounds ridiculous,” said Mat Staver, chairman of Liberty Counsel, which has defended Kentucky County Clerk Kim Davis in her fight to not be forced to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples in violation of her religious beliefs.
“To marry a laptop computer or a parrot is nonsense, but the same was said about same-sex marriage, and yet there are now five lawyers on the U.S. Supreme Court who pulled that rabbit out of a hat,” Staver said.