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A new app lets you to smack around Rowan County clerk Kim Davis without fear of following in her footsteps and ending up in jail.

The game, called “Condemn Kim” and developed by Orlando-based company Endless Spiral, has you throw marriage applications at the clerk for Christ trying to hit her in the face. If you hit her enough times you send her back to jail. If you miss just once, she laughs at you as the character shakes up and down.

Make sure your aim is accurate and true as she runs back and forth trying to avoid you. The more you hit her the faster she gets. You can earn divorce papers to hurl at the hypocrite which slows her down.

The game’s description reads:

“Fight Kim, Defeat Kim, Condemn Her. Battle against bigotry and achieve equality for all. Join us in a battle for the ages. On one side of this virtual battle field littered with shredded paper and sadness, festers Kim an agent of civil discrimination. On the other side, the warriors of love, the soldiers of acceptance, and the army of equality.”

The game is currently only available on Androids and has a 3.6 rating in Google Play. 50 percent of all proceeds will go to LGBT charities.



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