Kim Davis’s attorneys at the Liberty Counsel are pushing back after a Vatican statement this morning that Pope Francis did NOT request a meeting with Kim Davis, nor did he offer her unconditional support. Writes the Liberty Counsel:
“Despite a statement this morning by a Vatican official, the Pope’s own words about conscientious objection being a human right and his private meeting with Kim Davis indicate support for the universal right of conscientious objection, even for government officials. The meeting with Kim Davis was initiated by the Vatican, and the private meeting occurred at the Vatican Embassy in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, September 24. This meeting was a private meeting without any other members of the public present.”
The Liberty Counsel posted several photos featuring Davis and her husband allegedly waiting in the Vatican Embassy waiting room, and of the van in which Vatican security supposedly picked them up.
(Photos, Twitter; via Towleroad)