By Hunter Wallace
For years, the League of the South has been telling Southerners that they will have to choose between, among other things, American patriotism and their religious beliefs, and well, here we are today:
“A federal judge has ordered a Kentucky county clerk to jail Thursday after she repeatedly refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
U.S. District Judge David Bunning said Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis would remain in the custody of U.S. Marshals until she complied with court orders to issue the licenses. Bunning said fines weren’t enough to compel Davis, who has remained defiant in the face of the Supreme Court’s decision in June to legalize same-sex marriage, Ryland Barton of Kentucky Public Radio reported.
Bunning told Davis that while public officials may have their own religious beliefs, they still must respect the law, Blue Grass Politics tweeted. …”
Dr. Michael Hill has released a statement:
“Kim Davis, the Rowan Co. Kentucky clerk who refused on religious grounds to grant marriage licenses to sodomites, has been arrested by federal agents. The feds wasted no time in taking Mrs. Davis into custody. Compare this with the way that federal officials, from the President, his cabinet members, assorted bureaucrats, black and homosexual leaders, and various other officially-favored persons, are permitted to ignore and even disobey the law with impunity. But not a lesser magistrate standing up for God’s word.
America is now a lawless regime that rewards evil, punishes good, and spits in the face of God Himself. But God is not mocked. He is allowing America to fill up the cup of wrath to the very brim. When His justice finally falls on this diabolical regime–and fall it shall–may He have mercy on His faithful servants. And may the South prove to be among the faithful and find a name and place among the nations of the earth.”
By the way, you also have the US Supreme Court to thank for what Planned Parenthood is doing to the unborn. Still believe the USA is “God’s Country”? Just give it a while and look us up in a few years.