Bryan Fischer says that "Kim Davis is Rosa Parks" while Mat Staver compares her to Martin Luther King, Jr. and Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
On a related note, Concerned Women for America and the Travis Weber of the Family Research Council blame the Supreme Court for Davis' predicament by issuing its gay marriage ruling in the first place.
Bradlee Dean fumes: "When a sodomite confronts a county clerk for not handing out state licenses in violation of Gods Moral law and calls it bigotry, homophobia or hate, we, as Americans, need to realize that they are willfully ignorant or just plain wicked. And the wicked are those who know the truth, but choose not to obey the truth."
Franklin Graham says that Davis' jailing "is exactly what we feared would result from the Supreme Court's disastrous ruling in June ... As Kim fights this battle, she is really fighting for religious freedom for all of us."
Finally, Bill Federer warns that America is following ancient Rome's road to ruin.
Glenn Beck drove to Houston today to attend the funeral for Deputy Darren Goforth, who was ruthlessly gunned down last week at a local gas station.
Joining Beck on the trip was David Barton and his wife Cheryl and, on the way to the funeral, Beck and Barton had a conversation about the jailing of Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis for preventing her office from issuing marriage licenses to gay couples, and Beck uploaded a video of it to his Facebook page.
While Beck said that he sympathizes with Davis, he cannot understand why she has not been fired for refusing to do her job. Barton, predictably, responded by asserting that Davis is entirely in the right to refuse to allow her office to issue marriage licenses to gay couples because "the Founding Fathers made it real clear that the laws of God are higher than the laws of man."
"This is a law of God. Man's law is not allowed to contradict God's law," Barton said, which means there can be no justification for jailing Davis because she is upholding God's law.
On an upcoming episode of the "Faith and Freedom" radio program, Liberty Counsel's Mat Staver discussed the case of Kim Davis with Matt Barber who, though he has has reportedly left Liberty Counsel to start his own ultra-right wing website called BarbWire, still regularly appears as Staver's co-host on the organization's daily radio program.
Staver and Barber discussed Liberty Counsel's representation of Davis, a Kentucky county clerk who has been jailed due to her on-going refusal to allow her office to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, with Barber declaring that if Davis relents and agrees to issue such licenses, it would be "the most hateful thing that she could do."
If Kim Davis were to put her "put her stamp of approval ... on counterfeit gay marriage," Barber said, "that is the least compassionate, most hateful thing that she could do, to issue same-sex marriage licenses to people who are about to entire into a counterfeit and false institution that is rooted in mortal sin, in the sin of homosexual immorality."
Homosexuality is an "abomination," Barber continued, "and if she were to engage in this, she would leading others and supporting others in sin, putting her own self in danger of judgment. She wants a clear conscience before she stands before God."
Glenn Beck long ago transitioned from a self-described "rodeo clown" into a full-blown apocalyptic End Times preacher, so it was no surprise to see that his television program last night consisted mostly of him delivering a sermon to his studio audience warning that God is going to utterly wipe this nation out for passing the Iran nuclear deal and for failing to close down Planned Parenthood.
Preaching once again from the book of Jeremiah, Beck declared that "history books will remember us as people who chose death over life" and proclaimed that when future generations look at what caused "our demise," they will point to the Iran deal and Planned Parenthood as black scars on our record.
Beck went on to relate that, as a Mormon, he believes that "the Constitution is divinely inspired and that this land is sacred," and so God's warning through Jeremiah to Israel applies equally to America today. As such, Beck warned that, just like ancient Israel, "if we go awry, God will take his mighty arm and he will wipe it clean."
"Respected prophet" Cindy Jacobs says that "historic changes will take place in the coming days that will be a prophetic catalyst for a great awakening."
Laurie Higgins has some thoughts: "One’s sex cannot change, which is a fact with which even leftists agree. Bruce Jenner is not now, nor ever has been, nor ever will be a woman. He can pretend and with enough money the mask and costume he wears to the cultural masquerade may become increasingly convincing. But to aid and abet his delusional desires, he needs to eliminate all glimmers of truth."
Glenn Beck is, yet again, ashamed to be an American citizen.
FRC prays against Planned Parenthood: "May God give congressional leaders courage to stand up to the evil of Planned Parenthood. May they lead to permanently prevent Americans from being forced to fund Planned Parenthood! "
Finally, Bryan Fischer blasts Ben Carson for supporting civil unions: "As a medical professional who is committed to restoring human health in any way possible, he should be opposing the normalization of sodomy with every fiber of his being rather than looking for a way to accommodate it. As a medical doctor, he should no more support civil unions than he would support the normalization of IV drug abuse."
American Family Radio host Bryan Fischer spent the first hour of his radio broadcast today voicing his outrage at the news that Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis had been held in contempt of court and taken into custody for her on-going violation of court rulings ordering the county clerk's office to issue marriage licenses to gay couples.
Fischer was not alone it his outrage, as he took a call from a listener who declared that conservatives are tired of "being pushed back to a cliff" and called for "a massive national demonstration of solidarity" with Davis, warning that if ten million people do not come together and "flood Washington, D.C.," then all will be lost.
"The media belongs to the Antichrist," the caller said. "We're at the point now where there must be a massive national upheaval. If we cannot have it, I will predict, I will prophesy to you, there will be blood and it will be massive."
Fischer agreed, declaring that "this is a pivotal point in American history" and asserting that Davis will "wind up being the person on which American history turns."
Asserting that this is proof that "every advance of the homosexual agenda comes at the expense of religious liberty," Fischer proclaimed that every GOP presidential candidate must now be "pushed to the wall, backed into a corner" and forced to state a position on the controversy because this issue is now "the dividing line in the GOP nomination campaign."
Earlier this week, Glenn Beck announced that he would be speaking at a "Stop The Iran Nuclear Deal" rally in Washington, D.C. next week in order to be seen by God taking a stand for righteousness and life. While it is now clear that opponents of the deal do not have the votes needed to defeat it, Beck said he will still be attending the rally because he wants to ensure that he is seen doing the right thing "when Daddy comes home."
Admitting that he is completely out of ideas on how to change the course of this nation and so now all that is left is prayer and supplication, Beck said that even though he cannot stop the Iran deal, he is still going to speak out.
"I'm not there to speak to you, I'm not there to speak to Congress," he said. "I am there so I am standing before God Almighty so He sees me doing what I'm supposed to do because when Daddy comes home, I don't want Him asking, 'Did you do all the things I asked you to do?'"
It is kind of amazing that defenders of Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk who has ordered her office not to issue any marriage licenses in order to avoid abiding by the Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling, actually think that it is entirely reasonable to force 20,000+ residents to accommodate her personal religious convictions rather than require her to simply do her job.
Like Mat Staver yesterday, Stuart Shepard of Focus on the Family's Citizenlink, insists today that the 23,333 residents of Rowan County, Kentucky, "could easily drive to any neighboring county" in order to obtain a marriage license and should be forced to do so because "an elected official has a right to a reasonable accommodation for her faith."
The idea that it is reasonable to make tens of thousands of people drive to a different county to obtain a marriage license because their clerk simply refuses to do her job, or even to let her subordinates do theirs, is laughable, as is Shepard's argument that it is gay rights activists who are trying to force their views on Davis when, in reality, it is Davis who is forcing her views on an entire county by demanding that all residents accommodate her religious convictions. Of course, if the clerks in the surrounding counties likewise refused to follow the law, Religious Right activists would defend them as well.
Predictably, Shepard goes on to claim that the true reason that gay rights activists are waging this fight is because they are in pain and are lashing out.
"My observation is that the activists are sincerely hurting," he said, "yet their worldview will not allow them to see any connection between the pain they're feeling and the life they're living, so they look for someone to blame and the focus right now is on any Christian who would take a stand For God's timeless design for marriage and relationships."