However, Justice Greenwood rejected the argument as "outrageous" and ruled in favour of Mark and Christina Rotondo.
When Baldwin pointed this out to him, he said "You're right", but added: "But when people speak to the millennials and their general nature as a millennial, they speak to more liberal leanings".
In one letter from 2 February, they wrote: "Michael, after a discussion with your mother, we have decided that you must leave this house immediately".
"They said, 'you need to get a job, you need to get health insurance, '" he said.
The couple's lawyer, Anthony Adorante, told the judge that he sought an order that could be enforceable by sheriff's deputies, the Post-Standard reported. But he argued hes entitled to six months more time.
While letters presented to the court from Rotondo's parents did not explicitly lay out their reasons for wanting him out, "they do tell him to get a job and move his broken-down Volkswagen Passat", the Associated Press reports. Rotondo maintained that what Greenwood was doing was wrong.
Michael Rotondo, left, sits during an eviction proceeding brought by his parents, Mark and Christina, of Camillus.
They then gave up another 30 days to leave.
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His parents declined to discuss the case with reporters at the courthouse and could not be reached for comment.
Eventually, after a one-month removal notice lapsed on March 15th, the elder Rotondos turned to the judicial system as a last resort.
The Rotondo's previously sent Michael five notices this year asking him to leave. (The judge said he had made it to the appearance just fine, despite the mix-up). Rotondo is calling his parent's effort "retaliatory".
During Tuesday's hearing, which Syracuse.com called "surreal", Michael Rotondo argued with the judge for 30 minutes.
When Rotondo spoke to the media outside the courtroom, he was asked where he would be going to live. He tried to take the lectern up with him.
There, he again lambasted the judge's eviction order and vowed to appeal. On Tuesday, he said he accepted $1,100 from his parents earlier this year - but the money went toward "expenses" rather than toward moving out. Greenwood, who appeared exasperated, suggested the man use Airbnb to find a place to stay on such short notice.
Mr Rotondo said he plans to appeal the decision.