VIRAL VIDEO: Cops Called After Kentucky Gay Couple Denied Marriage License

News & Politics

A video of two gay men in Morehead, Kentucky calling the police after being refused a marriage license by Rowan County went viral last night, mounting over 327,000 views in less that a day. 

Rowan County clerk Kim Davis had been sued by the ACLU after refusing to serve two other gay couples in recent days but this was the first time an encounter was caught on tape.

Kentucky proudly boasts one of the most popular gay mayors in the union, Johnny Cummings of Vicco, who was made famous two years ago after being featured in the "Greatest segment in Colbert Report history".

Rowan County, however, is not so progressive. Watch the video below. (begin at 7:21 mark)

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