Now it’s becoming clear: A case that erupted in Kentucky because same-sex duos demanded marriage licenses from a Christian county clerk who refused to issue them wasn’t about marriage at all.
It was about forcing a homosexual agenda on a Christian.
That’s the assertion of Liberty Counsel, whose lawyers are working with Rowan County, Kentucky, Clerk Kim Davis.
She defied a federal court order to issue licenses to same-sex marriage couples and was jailed for nearly a week. During that time her deputies were ordered to start issuing the licenses.
But the same-sex duos who originally brought the case are trying to get U.S. District Judge David Bunning to penalize her again, claiming she’s not following his orders and the licenses may not be legitimate.
On Tuesday, her lawyers filed a response to the motion.