07/17/2012 02:37 pm ET Updated Feb 02, 2016

Citizen Link's 'In The Eyes Of The Law' Anti-Gay Marriage Video Uses Puzzling, Laughable Logic

There has been no shortage of laughable anti-LGBT advertisements, and this ad (above) made by Citizen Link, a self-described "family advocacy organization," and Focus on the Family affiliate, is no exception.

The ad, titled "In The Eyes of the Law" was posted to YouTube on July 6th, and was criticized by the Human Rights Campaign for using "unfounded fear tactics to somehow claim that the President’s support -- as well as the majority of Americans who support marriage equality –- equates to nothing more than a police state."

The idea that anyone could be written-up for not carrying a same-sex marriage license while driving is ridiculous enough in itself, but combined with the characters' odd mannerisms and line flubs, the microphone being visible in every shot and the WordArt "In The Eyes of the Law" overkill... all we can do is laugh.

Unsurprisingly, the video's comments section is disabled on YouTube... so tell us what you think in the comments section below.

For other ridiculous anti-LGBT ads, check out this sideshow:

The Worst Anti-Gay Marriage Ads Of All Time