Criminal Injustice System

FREE KIM DAVIS: Kentucky County Clerk Jailed by a Gaystapo Judge for Refusing to Sanction and Sign Same-Sex (Gay) Marriage Licenses


September 03, 2015, Ashland, KY.
Kim Davis, duly elected democrat clerk of Rowan county, KY, was jailed for contempt of court by a federal judge for refusing to process, sanction and sign her name to same-sex (gay) marriage licenses. U.S. District Court Judge David L. Bunning had ordered Kim Davis to issue the gay marriage licenses. Kim Davis refused the judges order and on September 03, 2015, she was ordered jailed and held without bail for contempt of court.


Judge Bunning is the same homosexual advocate judge who in 2003 and in 2006 ordered Boyd County education officials to implement programs that mandated school staff and students to undergo diversity education classes, i.e. a gay propaganda curriculum. Many of the students objected to being forced to watch a gay propaganda film that denounced Christian views that opposed homosexuality as wrong while promoting homosexuality as a healthy, stable and viable lifestyle that cannot be changed or challenged. Judge Bunning’s decision to impose a gay propaganda curriculum was overturned in October 2007 by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.

The arrest and detainment of Kim Davis poses many judicial and legal questions. For starters, is her arrest justified and warranted? Federal judges have increasingly been acting like America’s kings, imposing their will inside and outside of their courtroom. If one, in good conscious, cannot or will not obey a federal judge’s order, these judges can send U.S. Marshals to arrest U.S. citizens and hold them in contempt, without bail, for years! The 8th and 9th Amendments in the Bill of Rights address federal judicial tyranny, yet today many federal judges are routinely arresting, detaining and jailing people, without charging them with a crime or giving them a speedy trial, in clear violation of their Constitutional rights.

Federal judges have assumed the role of lawmakers, though they have been granted no Constitutional authority to act as such. The U.S. Supreme Court’s June 26, 2015 decision ruled that gay marriages are lawful, but did not declare any gay marriage law. After the opinionated ruling was made, homosexual activists sought to test the opposition of people who would deny them their newfound “Constitutional” right to gay marriage.

The U.S. Supreme Court in 1920 ruled that prohibition of alcohol was the law of the land. If WE THE PEOPLE just obeyed the “lawful” order of the U.S. Supreme Court in 1920, then we couldn’t have wine with our dinner or drink beer while watching our football games.

WE THE PEOPLE make the laws of the land, not unelected judges.
WE THE PEOPLE have a duty and an obligation to defy, disobey, disregard and rebel against unjust laws.

Assuming God exists, and assuming God has made Himself known through the Holy Scriptures, then this God condemns the act of homosexuality as an abomination. No earthly judge or law of man can overrule God. Any law of man that compels men to violate a lawful order of God is an unjust law that should rightly be disobeyed.

Nazis were just following orders when they gassed the Jews. Kim Davis is rightly and courageously not “just following orders,” nor should she “just do her job,” as many have called for her to do, or step down from her position as clerk. Christians should not be given the choice to either violate their faith or quit their jobs. Christians have a right to employment, yes even government employment, without some judge telling them that they must leave their faith at home when they come to work. Some say Kim Davis is imposing her Christian religion on homosexuals by refusing to license their marriages. The truth is that gay marriage advocates are imposing their religion on Kim Davis, by trying to force her to violate her faith by condoning their secular homosexual-permitting lifestyle and beliefs.

Kim Davis has worked for 27-years as a county clerk and suddenly she has a new job duty to sign her name to gay marriage licenses? Davis’ own marriage record is irrelevant. While she has not lived perfectly without sexual sin, that doesn’t mean she must knowingly condone all sexual sin going forward. There are plenty of clerks willing to sign gay marriage licenses. No activist judge should be allowed to compel any person to sign any license that violates that person’s faith, nor should any judge be permitted to imprison citizens that actively disagree with their cultural-religious opinionated rulings.




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    October 1, 2015 5:03 am at 5:03 am

    Let’s not forget that Popes are human, too. I have no difficulty believing that meeting with the Little Sisters of the Poor is Pope Francis’ fondest memory of America. If I were not American and had to visit this continent, I can think of no Americans I would prefer to spend time with than the Little Sisters of the Poor. Pope Francis, I believe, feels that the Little Sisters of the Poor were more gracious in meeting with him than he was in meeting with them, in that they gave their time to meet with someone who, probably, they will never meet again, and who did not need their love, and who took time away from the time they would have spent with the poor, who do need their love. But they are incomprehensibly and very generous people, the Little Sisters of the Poor. Mother Teresa, in perhaps the only time she is reported to have said something ungracious, complained about the hospitality she received from some rich powerful Catholics she met in America – their expensive and showy home made her nervous and unhappy. Similarly, say what you want about Kim Davis or about the poor sad federal judge who decided he had to play the role of the jailer in her salvific Christian drama, she is a Christian who went to jail for Christian beliefs. Meeting someone like that is “incredibly” pleasant.

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