The controversial Westboro Baptist Church, known for its anti-gay views, is planning on protesting "fake Christian" Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis, who grabbed the national spotlight in September when she refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, citing her religious views as the reason.
On Monday, the church plans to pay Davis' office a visit to picket the "hypocrite" clerk. In a flyer posted on Twitter, the church acknowledges that gay marriage is the law of the land (though against the will of God) and criticizes Davis for breaking her oath to protect and uphold the Constitution and the nation's laws.
The church then goes further by accusing Davis of being an adulterer for disobeying the word of God because she got married four times, three ending in divorce, to three different men. In the eyes of the church, she is still married to her first husband, so any relations with another man is cheating.
"That man that Kim Davis is living with, and calling her husband, IS NOT!" reads the flyer. "Her husband is Dwain Wallace, who she married when she was 18-years-old. It does not matter how many years you pile on! It was adultery at the beginning, adultery in the middle and it is indeed adultery today!"
Davis was thrown in jail for several days for failing to fulfill her obligations, during which a number of Republican presidential candidates threw their support behind her — painting her as a symbol of religious liberty — including Mike Huckabee and Ted Cruz.
"Let Kim go, but if you have to put someone in jail, I volunteer to go. Let me go. Lock me up if you think that's how freedom is best served," said Huckabee, the former governor of Arkansas and author of God, Guns, Grits, and Gravy.Read more on WashingtonExaminer.com