Welcome to Gay Hell, Michigan.
This is the message of comedian and internet personality Elijah Daniel, who "bought" and renamed the small, unincorporated community of Hell, Michigan, in protest of President Donald Trump this week.  The city is about 24 km northwest of Ann Arbor and probably has about 70 inhabitants.
Daniel was known to ban straight people entering the city of Livingston County when he took advantage of the city's mayor for a day's promotion in 2017.
Is Gay Hell, Michigan here to stay for all eternity? Probably not.
He apparently uses his contacts in the community to temporarily buy and rename the city so that it has "hellish humor".
"It's all fun, hellish style," the city officials wrote Facebook.
Michigan's latest stunt should not be taken seriously in the long term, city officials said, but media organizations around the world acknowledge Daniel's message is loud and clear.
"I" I'm from Michigan only, and every time we drove by, we knew this city, oh, that's hell, I just thought I'd turn it into gay. " Hell would be funny. "
Daniel, whose Twitter biography now reads" Owner of Gay Hell, MI, "says he's celebrating Pride Month and protesting the Trump administration's ban on flagged embassies.
Prior to the Trump Administration's Pride Month, flying the embassy bans p flags.
As of today I am the owner of Hell, Michigan. I bought the whole city.
And as the first owner, I renamed my city in Gay Hell, MI.
The only flags that are allowed to fly are proud. pic.twitter.com/AKOcZm2Jvm
̵1; elijah daniel (@elijahdaniel) June 17, 2019
Proud flags are the only flags allowed in gay hell, joked Daniel. At least until the city is back to normal.
According to city officials, Daniel Hell, Michigan, owns for 72 hours. Meanwhile, tourism seems to be increasing.
This will result in a real outbreak of tourism. People will come for days, even weeks.
– Satan's Church (@ChurchofSatan) June 18, 2019
Daniel has more than 500,000 YouTube subscribers and the temporary takeover seeks to expand his political portfolio By engaging his followers, he told NBC News.
He also wants to inspire people to visit Michigan, he said.