Rev. Al Sharpton talks about Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who made headlines for not issuing marriage certificates to homosexuals, based on her religious beliefs.
“I respect people having their own beliefs, but there is a difference between those that stand up for conscious and protest and those that take a job, elected as clerk, the law changes and you decide you can’t do it by your conscious. But then you want to stay on the job and be paid by taxpayers? You can’t have it both ways,” Sharpton said.
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