Kim Davis, the county clerk in Kentucky jailed by U.S. District Judge David Bunning for defying his order to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, has been released. The Judge freed her after an accommodation was made to replace her name on the marriages licenses with that of another authority.
Now, the question arises: Why didn’t the State of Kentucky simply make that accommodation, in the first place? Lawyers for Kim Davis asked for exactly that; they “sought emergency relief from the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals, asking it to grant Davis an exemption from the ‘[Democrat] governor’s mandate that all county clerks issue marriage licenses,’ … Liberty Counsel, which represents Davis, said in a news release.
“ ‘The governor’s refusal to take elementary steps to protect religious liberties has now landed Kim Davis in jail,’ Liberty Counsel founder and chairman Mat Staver said.”
The idea, from the start, was to humiliate and punish anyone opposing the gay activist agenda. The entire ruling of the Supreme Court in Obergefell v. Hodges was directed toward that end.
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