The term “hope springs eternal” comes to mind but is not altogether appropriate in this new year-end prediction from increasingly desperate attention-seeker Kim Davis.
While being interviewing with the Catholic TV network EWTN this month, the Kentucky clerk — who earned the wrath of the LGBTQ community by spending a few nights in jail after refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples — eerily predicts that she’s “just the first of what’s going to be very many.”
“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,” she told EWTN’s Catherine Szeltner. “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 said her time in jail was a “joyful and peaceful time.” (Those few days certainly were for the rest of the world.)
She “knows that it is a possibility” that she’ll wind up back in the clink.
In the meantime, she’s certainly doing everything in her power to wind up back in the news, no?
Watch the interview below: