Amy Poehler, Parks and Rec, Kim Davis

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Kim Davis, you in danger, girl. Leslie Knope and Ron Swanson are coming for you.

Funny or Die has created a mashup of Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman's Parks and Recreation characters (moment of silence for that wonderful show) that features anti-gay Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis. For those not in the know, Davis has been refusing to issue marriage licenses because she says gay marriage infringes on her religious beliefs. She has continually defied the federal courts despite being ordered to issue the licenses regardless of her personal opinion.

Kim Davis also has apparently never heard of the separation of church and state and also, you know, the fact that the federal government employs her and she must follow their laws. And we all know the law of the land is that same-sex marriage is legal everywhere, so the fact that Davis is refusing to do her job is pissing off basically the entire population.

Clerks And Recreation with Kim Davis

Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis refuses to issue same-sex marriage licenses. She's just lucky she doesn't have to answer to Ron Swanson and Leslie Knope.

Posted by Funny Or Die on Wednesday, September 2, 2015

And that's why we are so grateful for this Clerks and Recreation video, because we get to hear Ron say stuff like this about Kim Davis:

"She's a grade-A bitch. Every time she laughs, an angel dies. Her birth was payback for the sins of man."

"I honesty believe she was programmed from someone in the future to come back and destroy all happiness."

Davis, who has been married four times and has had two children out of wedlock (aka a hypocrite if she is so worried about the sanctity of marriage), and her staff will have to appear before a federal judge Thursday regarding her continued refusal to issue marriage licenses. In the meantime, we can all just imagine Davis getting a verbal beat down by Pawnee's most beloved duo.

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