Kim Davis’ Husband Gives Speech, Remains Committed To This Whole Overalls Bit

Say what you want about the Davises — these people find a look they like and they go with it. Kim Davis herself is clearly a fan of the short-sleeved shirt over a long-sleeved shirt look, while her husband, Joe Davis, apparently just owns a closet full of overalls, as I have yet to see him in anything but. Does he even own regular pants? Is he being sponsored by OshKosh B’Gosh? Is there a religious reason behind this? I’m honestly just starting to get curious here.

ANYWAY. Joe Davis sported his overalls at a totally wackadoo rally for Tennessee Pastors today, which also featured Ted Cruz’s dad, Rafael Cruz, and a number of other notably batshit conservatives. Davis was brought to the stage as the crowd sang “Happy Birthday” in celebration of his wife Kim’s birthday, and asked for prayers for him and his wife as they continue to fight to deny basic human rights to gay people, just the way Jesus wants them to.

OH! But, Kentucky pastor Randy Smith, the dude who came up after Davis was even crazier than he was, and went on a super bizarre rant about how gay people were giving into vile affections and whatnot.

Via Raw Story:

“It came upon my heart to go down [to Rowan County] as I knew that homosexual couples would come and they would want their marriage license, and I stood there by the door with the Christian flag draped beside me, and this is what I read as the door of the county clerk began to open, and a lesbian couple was there and there was the press around them,” he recalled. “And this is what I read: For this cause, God gave them up on the vile affections for even the women did change the natural use of that which is against nature and likewise also the men leaving the natural use of a woman burned in their lust one toward another, men with men, working that which is unseemly.”

“It doesn’t matter what the Supreme Court of the United States says!” Smith yelled. “It does not matter what the federal judge, David Bunning, said. When you stand before God and I stand before God, we’re not going to be before the Supreme Court of the United States of America, but we’re going to be before the Supreme God because there is no other God except the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob!”

“Pray for us in Kentucky,” the pastor concluded. “The fight has just begun and we will win!”

No. No. You’re not going to win. You have literally no shot at winning. Eventually your kind will die out and years later people will be surprised that anyone actually had the chutzpah to go around saying that shit out loud, in front of people and everything. Sorry!

[Raw Story]