Watch: Insane Video Presented by Kim Davis' Law Group at Extremist Christian Campus

The lawyers representing Kim Davis, the Rowan County, Kentucky clerk refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, have made their own headlines of late. Attorney Mathew Staver, for one, likened marriage licenses for gays and lesbians to granting "a license to sodomize children or something of that nature."

Staver is founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel, a law group that describes itself as devoted to "advancing religious freedom, the sanctity of life, and the family."

In addition to defending government employees who refuse to follow the law, they also organize an annual conference called the "The Awakening," described as "a unique and inspirational God and Country event." 

Here is a video aired at one such event at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, that perfectly encapsulates the Christian-persecution complex.

"We laugh now but they'll come after us. They'll come after our children. They'll close the net around us while we are playing soccer mom and soccer dad...while we're arguing over so many little things..." a narrator ominously intones, before rolling footage of terrifying threats to the Christian way of life, such as President Obama and trans people. 

Watch below to witness the hell-on-earth awaiting America's Christian soccer moms and dads. 

H/t the video was obtained by Randy Scott Carroll. Listen to his podcast below: 

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