Kim Davis’ Husband Has A 5-Word Message After Judge Throws His Wife In Jail

Kim Davis’ Husband Has A 5-Word Message After Judge Throws His Wife In Jail

This story surrounding Kim Davis has people showing strong feelings about gay rights and the constitution.  Her supporters are die hard and will stand with her till the end.  Her husband Joe is no exception.  Feelings and opinions in the country over this are varied, but they run deep.


The husband of a Kentucky clerk who was put behind bars on Thursday for repeatedly refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses said that his wife is faring well after her first night in jail — and that she has plans to continue her battle.

Donning a baseball cap and holding a sign that read, “Welcome to Sodom and Gomorrah,” Joe Davis stood outside the Rowan County Courthouse on Friday morning, telling reporters that his wife, county clerk Kim Davis, would stay in jail “as long as it takes” for the government to provide a religious accommodation,the New York Times reported.

“She has done her job,” Davis added. “Just because five Supreme Court judges make a ruling, it’s not a law.”

And he wasn’t done there. Davis called U.S. District Judge David Bunning a bully over his decision to arrest his wife during Thursday’s contempt hearing, and said that she has no plans of resigning her post, according to the Louisville Courier-Journal.

“She won’t resign I promise you,” Davis said. “Until something gives, she’ll be there.”

Mat Staver, Davis’ attorney with the Liberty Counsel law firm, told TheBlaze on Thursday that next steps in the case are not yet solidified, but Joe Davis told reporters that he spoke with his wife on Thursday night and the family plans to keep fighting.

That said, he personally has no plans of stopping the issuing of same-sex licenses, telling reporters that he has no hard feelings against the five deputy clerks who have agreed to issue them; in fact, Davis said that he went to dinner them them on Thursday night.

How can we justify this woman being in jail over following her Christian beliefs while we defend Muslims that don’t want to serve alcohol as part of their jobs?  Is it because this is a government job?  Many are saying if she doesn’t like the law then she should quit.  It seems in the battle of gay rights and Christian rights, the homosexuals are winning this one.

Earl Hall

Owner of the Conservative Internet Radio Station Right Talk USA (, Host of The Earl Hall Show "The #1 Black Conservative Talk Show Host in Wisconsin", and Author of "Somewhere In The Middle - My Transition From Left to Right" (on Amazon). email [email protected]

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