Activist Planning to Sue NFL For 'Anti-Christian' Super Bowl Halftime Show

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A prominent Christian activist was appalled by the halftime show during Super Bowl LIV and wants to file a class-action lawsuit against the NFL. Dave Daubenmire, who is the leader of Pass the Salt Ministries, called the performance by Jennifer Lopez and Shakira "Super Bowl Porn Show."

"They got crotch shots flying everywhere at the Super Bowl, and they don't have any warnings," he said on in a video segment on Periscope.

Daubenmire suggested that he should file a class-action lawsuit against the NFL, Pepsi, and his cable company for "piping pornography into his house." He said that he was worried that the halftime show would keep him from getting into heaven, and that watching it put him in "danger of hell fire."

The 67-year-old said that the halftime show was "discriminatory" against Christians and that he wants to file an $867 trillion lawsuit against the league. 

"That's discriminatory against the values I have in my house — you can't just do that," he said. "I want to sue them. I want to sue them for about 867 trillion dollars."

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