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article imageAsst attorney general calls U of M Student President Satan's rep

By Cynthia Trowbridge     Sep 29, 2010 in Politics
Michigan's Assistant Attorney General has called the U of M's Student President Satan's representative and protested outside of his home.
Michigan Assistant Attorney General Andrew Shirvell has said in his blog that University of Michigan's (U of M) Student President, Chris Armstrong, and his supporters will "begin an unprecedented propaganda campaign in support of their radical homosexual agenda" when school starts.
In Shirvell's September 23 blog titled CHRIS ARMSTRONG WATCH he writes, "Over the past week-and-a-half, this campaign has, in fact, included all sorts of misinformation and outright lies, including fairy tales about how Chris and his puppets on the Michigan Student Assembly (MSA) are "victims of homophobia."
Shirvell accuses the media of covering up the wrong doing of Armstrong and paint him as the oppressed and not the oppressor. He says there have been "vituperative hit pieces" that have attacked his watch site and him in particular as a Concerned Michigan Alumnus. He said the attacks have come from the U of M's newspaper, the Michigan Daily and from Detroit WXYZ-Channel 7 "investigative producer" Ross Jones.
Shirvell appeared on CNN's Anderson Cooper program Tuesday night where he said "I'm a Christian citizen exercising my First Amendment rights. I have no problem with the fact that Chris is a homosexual. I have a problem with the fact that he's advancing a radical homosexual agenda." reports Shirvell's boss Michigan's Attorney General Mike Cox issued this statement, "Mr. Shirvell's personal opinions are his and his alone and do not reflect the views of the Michigan Department of Attorney General. But his immaturity and lack of judgment outside the office are clear."
According to CNN Armstrong has hired a lawyer and isn't giving any media interviews.
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