Chris Kluwe gets a visit from the government over his support for gay marriage in a new ad from Minnesota Equality.

Kluwe, a 30-year-old punter for the Minnesota Vikings, has become an outspoken supporter of marriage equality and an ardent opponent of a proposed amendment to the Minnesota Constitution defining marriage as a heterosexual union.

In the 30-second ad released Wednesday, Kluwe's advocacy gets him in trouble with the government.

“Did you call an elected official a lustful cockmonster?” a government official asks Kluwe.

“No, I said he wouldn't turn into a lustful cockmonster if gay people could get married,” Kluwe responds.

When Kluwe says Americans have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, the officials say they are changing the Constitution.

“You can't do that?” Kluwe protests.

“Yes we can. We just have to trick enough people into agreeing with us. Now say yes.”

“No,” Kluwe responds. “Not going to do it.” (The audio is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

(Related: Chris Kluwe debates Michele Bachmann, Mark Birk on gay marriage.)