Four More North Carolina Judges Resign Over Refusal To Conduct Same-Sex Weddings

Same-sex marriage

Since gay marriage was legalized in North Carolina on Oct. 10, at least six North Carolina judges have resigned from their benches because they do not want to go against their Christian faith and conduct wedding ceremonies for same-sex couples.

While it was reported last week that Rockingham County magistrate John Kallam Jr. and Swain County magistrate Gilbert Breedlove resigned from their positions because of the legalization of gay marriage, media reports have surfaced indicating that at least four other magistrates have done the same.

All six magistrates, Kallam, Breedlove, Bill Stevenson (Gaston County), Tommy Holland (Graham County), Gayle Myrick (Union County) and Jeff Powell (Jackson County) say they are waiting on God to give them direction in starting the next phases of their lives.


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4 Responses to Four More North Carolina Judges Resign Over Refusal To Conduct Same-Sex Weddings

  1. Dan says:

    This resignation over principles plays into the hands of the liberals… they can pack the bench with their people. These judges need to man up and NOT resign but challenge the system. Make the system prove how intolerant it is of actual freedom.

    • David says:

      Judges are elected or appointed in some cases of death or resignation. I understand your point. I also understand that at some point, people stop participating in a system that is doomed to fail or evil. Passive resistance (gray men and women) is and will be effective.

  2. tmedlin says:

    I have to agree with Dan.

  3. Justhefacts says:

    Why can’t these judges ‘legislate’ from the bench and tie it up in endless hearings and appeals, same as libtard judges do? …Whats good for the goose….

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