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Sunday, September 06, 2015

Judge David Bunning Denying Kim Davis Bail

by JASmius

And there's only one reason for it - and it has nothing to do with any contempt of court charge:

Rowan County, Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis has been jailed without bail since Thursday for refusing to allow her office to issue "marriage" licenses to [homosexual] "couples".

Her attorney, Matthew Staver, says that even some people accused of murder are allowed to be free on bail while their trail is pending.

"This woman who hasn't done any crime at all," Staver told Newsmax on Sunday. "She's being held without bail for an indefinite period of time. In fact, one of the U.S. marshals when they were directed by the judge to take her into custody told her he had never arrested somebody who had not committed a crime."

This isn't about Miss Davis committing any REAL crime.  This is about forcing her to renounce Christ and proclaim Sodom as Lord:

U.S. District Court Judge David Bunning has said he jailed Davis without bail in an effort to force her to comply on the U.S. Supreme Court ruling this summer legalizing [sodo]marriage nationally. Allowing her to pay a fine wouldn't have worked, Bunning said, because Davis has a large group of supporters willing to cover the cost.

Staver, Davis' lawyer, is skeptical that Bunning ever even considered a fine – even though the [homosexual] "couples" seeking the original injuction against Davis specifically requested a fine and not jail time....

When the hearing was held forty-eight hours later, Bunning already had the jailer – who had to travel from another county – in the courtroom ready to take Davis into custody.

"Then when he read he was going to confine her, he read from a prepared statement he had already written, and didn't give civil penalties at a graduated rate," Staver said. Jailing Davis was the judge's intent "from the very beginning," Staver said.

Because we will be forced to care.  Because "we are all 'gay' now" - or else.  And woe be unto anybody who refuses to bend over.

I don't know what bug got up David Bunning's butt about Kim Davis, but if a Republican appointee - which doesn't necessarily ensure constitutionalist leanings, of course, but does more often than not - can be this despotic about enforcing the New Crisco Order, it doesn't bode well for the rest of the American Church.  Not by a long shot.

Time to start making "FREE KIM DAVIS!" placards.  This is going to be a very long vigil.

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