Kim Davis is in jail for standing on biblical principles and holding to her deeply-held beliefs. She boldly declared, “This is a fight worth fighting.”
If the United States of America, founded on religious liberty, has come to this point where a judge jails someone like Kim Davis for religious convictions – then we have lost our religious liberty. This is not the kind of country – this is not the America – that our founders envisioned.
This cannot and will not be tolerated. We will stand with Kim in this fight.
This outrageous turn of events is igniting a huge debate around the country. We have warned all along that this outcome was inevitable for Christians if the Supreme Court rammed the right of same-sex “marriage” into the fabric of our nation.
Please see my important message below, which was originally sent last evening. Most of all, consider taking immediate action with us and declare that you too stand with Kim — Mat.
Message from 9/3/15
Today, U.S. District Court Judge David Bunning ordered Rowan County, Kentucky, County Clerk Kim Davis to be taken into custody by federal marshals and to remain in jail until she agrees to issue licenses for same-sex “marriage” bearing her name. The plaintiffs did not even request incarceration, but Judge Bunning said that financial fines were not enough and ordered her to jail.
Everyone is stunned at this development. Kim Davis’ First Amendment-protected religious liberties and right of conscience have been trampled under foot. Kim Davis is being treated as a criminal because she cannot violate her conscience.
Today’s events will escalate the national debate to a new level. This is not the kind of America the Founders envisioned or that most Americans want.
+ + We need “all hands on deck!”
Dale, this battle is far from over, but we need your help!
Liberty Counsel’s team of attorneys is pursuing all legal means to find solutions to the problems created for Kim and other public servants nationwide when five unelected lawyers serving on the Supreme Court willfully imposed same-sex “marriage” on over 320 million Americans through an unjust ruling. Now an arrest