Kentucky clerk 'has no intention to resign'The Kentucky county clerk jailed by a federal judge for standing by her Christian faith and refusing to hand out “same-sex marriage” licenses headed into the holiday weekend fully prepared for a long fight, according to her attorney. Mat Staver of Liberty Counsel, which has been representing Kim Davis, sent a statement out, including to WND, that he met with her, and she told him “All is well.” “No, she has no intention to resign,” he confirmed. And, “she will never violate her conscience.”

“She is prepared for the consequences of those two decisions.” Already, rallies are being planned around her presence in the Carter County Detention Center, with an event scheduled on Tuesday. Republican presidential candidate Gov. Mike Huckabee revealed plans to visit Davis just before the rally, CNN reported on Friday. And an online petition set up by Huckabee has drawn more than 55,000 signatures, after he had gone before cameras to call the case the “criminalization of Christianity in our country.” FULL REPORT