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James Van Der Beek & Anna Camp Make Fun of Indiana's Religious Freedom Law in Funny or Die Video - Watch Now!

James Van Der Beek & Anna Camp Make Fun of Indiana's Religious Freedom Law in Funny or Die Video - Watch Now!

Check out James Van Der Beek poking fun at Indiana’s new controversial religious freedom law in a hilarious video for Funny or Die!

The 38-year-old actor is joined by Anna Camp while playing Indiana Home Shopping hosts who can’t connect to customers that are taking advantage of the Indiana Religious Freedom Law protections.

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“We have a religious freedom law, which means we don’t have to serve anyone that threatens our religion,” James shared in the video.

In case you didn’t know, Indiana governor Mike Pence just signed a bill, which people fear will discriminate against gay people.

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  • eternalozzie

    keep up the good work Indiana … i am sure you have lots more groups you can legally discriminate against next /s … Kansas just passed a gun law so every redneck can conceal their guns now too … what could go wrong? These are reasons the west and east coast make fun of the middle …. why do we always have to be the stupid part of the country?

  • bwahaha!

    yeah… cuz it’s okay to make fun of somebody’s religion as long as it isn’t ISLAM. go F yourselves. That’s equally intolerant to not allow someone the right to practice their christian faith.

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  • Mercyneal

    Huh? Er, no. I am in New York and I do NOT make fun of the middle. SHAME on your patronizing, condescending and ignorant comment. God help you..

  • politicallyincorrect

    Yes because mocking the Constitution, any religion that’s not Islam, and Americans in general is HILARIOUS!

  • eternalozzie

    wow … you are pretty arrogant if you think I was talking specifically to you. nothing I said would warrant shame on my part … condescending yes … it’s hard to make fun of people without being a condescending. grow a sense of humor. oh … “god” … never mind … explains everything.

  • politicallyincorrect

    Damn…how intolerant…and ignorant…can you be? This law exists federally…by CLINTON and was signed onto in IL by OBAMA. Protecting one’s religious rights is the foundation of this nation. Don’t like it? LEAVE.

  • eternalozzie

    lighten up …it’s just humor with a bit of social commentary mixed in …

  • Mercyneal

    You said ” These are reasons the west and east coast make fun of the middle.” You were indeed speaking to me, pal, and the millions who live on the East and West Coast. NO ONE- I repeat- NO ONE I know makes fun of the middle. And I am in journalism.

  • Mike1288

    I thought it was funny but totally agree with where you are coming from. The left loves to attack the Christian right and loves to casually ignore that there are other religions where you are killed for homosexuality.

  • eternalozzie

    Actually that part of the Bill Of Rights was written to protect people from organized religion. The original colonists were fleeing from the religious tyranny of the church of England at the time. Also it was designed to guarantee your personal rights as long as they didn’t trample the rights of others. So many people quoting the constitution these days miss the entire point of the document. We can thank church influenced states for rewriting history in recent years.