The Westboro Baptist Church on Monday protested Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis, accusing her of hypocrisy and adultery.

Davis is the elected clerk of Rowan County, Kentucky who was jailed for 5 days for refusing to comply with the Supreme Court's June ruling striking down gay marriage bans in all 50 states. She has said that issuing marriage licenses to gay couples would violate her conscience.

Four members of the Topeka, Kansas-based church, which is best known for coining the phrase “God hates fags” and protesting the funerals of fallen soldiers, picketed Davis outside the Rowan County Courthouse.

Shirley Phelps-Roper said that the church targeted Davis, who is on her fourth marriage, because “her sin enabled that sin,” a reference to the marriages of gay couples.

“This woman wants to say that her sin isn't as grievous as the same-sex marriage sin,” Shirley-Roper said. “It's all sin. It's all awful. But her sin enabled that sin. When you look up, and all the Christians have given over the moral high ground, what voice do they have left?”

Members held signs that read “Kim Davis caused fag marriage” and “Divorce + remarriage = adultery.” The protest lasted about 30 minutes.