Chaz Stevens says he’s an atheist and his website says he “just doesn’t fit in.” He also says he’s a gay rights activist. Oh, and he celebrates festivus. And then there’s that Satan worship thing.
A Lake County man is threatening to sue if officials pray during a commission meeting but don’t allow him to give a satanic invocation.
Chaz Stevens, a self-described atheist, tells local news outlets his request this week is part of his “Satan or Silence Project.” His goal is to persuade elected officials to either drop prayers before meetings or allow him to lead a satanic prayer.
Commission Chairman Jimmy Conner says he won’t allow the request.
That Chaz! He also notes on his website that he’s “misunderstood.” Actually, I doubt that.
The local news channel did a piece on him and his fight with the County Commission.
Hey, did you hear the one about the atheist, transgender, vegan who walked in a bar? In five minutes everybody knew he was a transgender atheist and a vegan. He’d told them.
We expect that the usual suspects will be out in force supporting Chaz. Where’s the ACLU when you need them?