Supreme Court or not, a County Clerk in Kentucky is refusing to let same-sex couples get married.

FOX News Radio’s Jeff Monosso has the story:

Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis denied marriage licenses to same-sex couples in her packed office today, even after the Supreme Court, Monday, sided with a lower court that ordered Davis to follow the controversial law.

(Clerk’s Office) “You are bigots and you discriminated against people!//No… God’s word.//God’s word does not belong in the County Clerk’s office.”

Law enforcement had to clear that office.

And now at least one gay couple is asking a district judge to hold Davis in contempt. She’s been called to a hearing in federal court on Thursday.

Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.