David V. Moore and his fiancé have been together for 17 years and have lived in the county where they applied—or tried to apply—for a marriage license for a decade. The Advocate:

A same-sex couple in Morehead, Ky., went to the county clerk Monday requesting a marriage license—but were met instead by local police after Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis refused to issue the license. The couple filmed the encounter with officers and the clerk, who is currently facing a lawsuit from the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky for refusing to abide by the recent Supreme Court ruling that brought marriage to all 50 states.

Moore and his fiancé brought a copy of the SCOTUS ruling that legalized same-sex marriage in all 50 states and a copy of an executive order issued by Kentucky governor Steve Beshear instructing county clerks throughout Kentucky to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Rowan County clerk Kim Davis has refused to comply with SCOTUS or her own governor—but the cops were called on the law-abiding couple and not the law-breaking clerk.

You would think that people—particularly people who work for the government—would know this now by now or would've realized it in the wake of Obergerfell: The Gays have some really great lawyers and you fuck with The Gays at your peril. Davis is going to learn this lesson the hard way: The ACLU is suing Kim Davis and the ACLU is going to win and Davis's assholery is going to cost Rowan County all sorts of money that Rowan County probably doesn't have.