Ohio minister and far-right commentator Dave Daubenmire is not happy about the "crotch-grabbing" Super Bowl halftime show with Jennifer Lopez and Shakira. In a seven-minute video filmed from his car, Daubenmire announced he plans to sue the NFL, Fox, and Pepsi for "contributing to the delinquency of a minor."
"I've been pondering all day the debauchery of last night's Super Bowl halftime, which by the way I didn't even have it come into my house I turned it off," he started the video. "Just because of past Super Bowls, knew what it was gonna be like and didn't wanna let that spirit come into my house. But I viewed some stuff today, I didn't watch the whole thing but I saw parts of it today... I saw a lot of crotch shots."
Clutching his pearls, he said he's looking for a lawyer to help him with a class action lawsuit against the show, which he described as a "strip club performance." He continued, "I think we ought to go sit down in a courtroom and present this as evidence of how whoever is keeping me from getting into the kingdom of Heaven." He claimed that the show "penetrated the sanctity of my home."
Daubenmire went on to accuse the NFL of having an "agenda," and stated that Jennifer Lopez and Shakira are corrupting children. Worse yet, on Monday he also felt the need to imply that if people were looking to procure pornography, they wouldn't seek out someone J-Lo's age and that she is too old to be wearing revealing outfits. "J-Lo is 50," he said. "You go on a porn website, you’re not looking for 50-year-old women."
Since posting the video, he followed up with another clip in which he responded to the backlash. He said that he has since talked to an attorney and would be looking to get a significant settlement. Daubenmire, who is also an avid Donald Trump supporter, revealed he had been sent countless pornographic images since sharing the initial video. "I’ve observed pics of significant penises and I recognize it, but, no, I really don’t want to obtain any of them," he mentioned. "The offers that you men have to appear by and place it wherever the sunlight don’t glow in my bun."
His plans to go to court over a halftime show has, understandably, been written off as ridiculous by many.