The infamous Kim Davis has, unsurprisingly, not learned anything at all from her experiences when defying the law on same-sex marriage.
When speaking to Catholic news network EWTN, she had this to say: “I’m just the first of what’s going to be very many. You can rest assured of that. And it’s not if it happens, it’ll be when it happens. And maybe my stand will encourage others who will be in the same position.”
Davis needs no introduction these days, she quickly rose to infamy after she denied marriage licenses to several LGBT couples, and was even jailed for refusing to obey a Judge’s order.
Now, due to Davis’ actions, marriage licenses in the state now do not require the county clerk’s name to appear on them. This is thanks to an executive order from New GOP Governor Matt Bevin.
Davis finished up by saying: “The stand I took affects every church, every person that lives and loves God, that holds the word of God precious and dear and intimate in their lives.”
You can watch the interview below.