Anti-Kim Davis Billboard Tears Into Hypocritical Right-Wing Christians (IMAGES)


Anti-gay bigot Kim Davis, now has a billboard raised in her honor in her hometown, but it’s not exactly friendly towards her or other hypocritical right-wing homophobic bigots.

Three goats and a cow

Right-wingers are nothing if not consistent and the ruling in the Obergefell v. Hodges case has only redoubled their efforts to discriminate against the LGBT community. Their battle cry is “defend traditional marriage,” while being utterly oblivious to the truth of the matter: Marriage has been redefined more times than Lady Gaga’s wardrobe.

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Kentucky clerk Kim Davis bumped herself into the national spot light last week over this issue. Davis had refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples and four of them filed a complaint against her. As a consequence, she found herself before a judge and then in contempt of court — and finally, behind bars.

When she was released, it was to minor fanfare: C-list Republican candidate/2016 ballot fodder Mike Huckabee was there, as was a crowd who praised her for being a bigot.

She’s set to return work on Monday, but she’ll be doing so under the auspices of a new billboard hanging over her hometown — one that’s less than flattering to her and her hypocritical beliefs.

Paid for by Planting Peace, a non-profit organization, the message is a shot across the bow at Davis and Christians like her:

Dear Kim Davis, The fact you can’t sell your daughter for three goats and a cow means we’ve already redefined marriage.

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According to an official statement released on the Planting Peace webpage, Davis and conservative Christians “pick and choose what they wish to convey as immoral and unacceptable, while seemingly sweeping lines of scripture just a few letters away completely under the rug.” The message of the billboard is to “meet hate with love…intolerance with compassion.”

It’s also that conservatives have a short memory, but everyone knew that.

Featured image via Planting Peace 

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