The Kentucky county clerk who has refused to issue marriage licenses to gay couples says she’s not a homophobe and has never said anything hateful.
In an interview that aired Tuesday on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Rowan County clerk Kim Davis said she’s just a normal person. It was the first interview she’s given since her refusal to grant same-sex marriage licenses gained her national attention. Her stance has made her a hero to some and a hypocrite to others, who mock her for being on her fourth marriage.
Davis told ABC she’s not a hypocrite because she’s been forgiven.
Davis’ defiance landed her in jail for five days after a federal judge found her in contempt of court. According to the interview, Davis said she’s prepared to go back to jail for her beliefs if necessary.
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