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WATCH: Kim Davis Protestors Gather Outside Judge's House, Hold Him In Contempt of 'God's Law'

Man who put Kim Davis in jail is being stalked by her misguided supporters.

Just when America thought it had reached peak Kim Davis mania, another absurd spectacle occurred outside the house of the judge who sentenced her to jail for contempt. Monday morning, a dozen protesters gathered outside of Judge David Bunning's Ft. Thomas, Kentucky home, according to the River City News.

"Christians from all over the country" were present, read a press release issued by Rev. Flip Benham, but the crowd appeared to be 20 at the most. according to River City News, The protesters were holding signs preaching against homosexuality and calling for Davis to be released from jail. Rev. Benham is head of the melodramatically named "Operation Save America," which opposes women's reproductive rights and homosexuality. 

Nonetheless, the protestors would not be perturbed. One sign had the positive, family-friendly message "live like Sodom, be judged like Sodom" accompanied by a picture of two men kissing. 

Watch the clip below, courtesy of WLWT:

h/t Raw Story

Adam Johnson is a contributing analyst at FAIR and contributing writer for AlterNet. Follow him on Twitter @AdamJohnsonNYC.

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