Once again U.S. District Court Judge David Bunning has rejected a claim made by Kim Davis in regards to her issuing marriage licenses in Rowan County, Kentucky.
Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis has lost her latest effort to stall issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, one of a fast-growing collection of rejected appeals. Davis, fresh out of jail for defying a federal judge, again asked the judge to postpone his mandate that she license all couples. . . “It would essentially allow her to reinstate her ‘no marriage licenses’ policy during the pendency of the appeal and likely violate the constitutional right of eligible couples,” the judge wrote.
If Davis is going to claim that she would suffer irreparable harm by issuing marriage licenses, then she had better come up with a good defense of that claim.