Minutes after Kim Davis was released from jail, she walked onto a stage to the sound of Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger."
"Eye of the Tiger" is literally one of the most popular songs of all time, and one of the best-selling singles of all time.
The 1982 song by Survivor was the theme song for "Rocky III," and Governor Mike Huckabee's presidential campaign thought it a fitting tribute for anti-gay county clerk Kim Davis.
This afternoon the unrepentant Rowan County clerk was released from jail, having served just six days over a contempt of court charge. She's promised no changes and to return to her job this week.
As Davis walked onto the stage for what originally was to be Huckabee's "#ImWithKim Liberty Rally," the music blaring in the background was "Eye of the Tiger."
Survivor frontman Frankie Sullivan, TMZ reports, is "outraged" Huckabee used the song, and the group my sue.
"The group is hedging on its plan of attack, but the band rep tells us they are determined to protect the integrity of their music," TMZ adds.
Of course, it's not unusual for conservatives to ignore copyright and use music or other creative content without permission or payment.
Recently, Neil Young slammed Donald Trump for what he said was the unauthorized use of his "Rockin' in the Free World" song, Sarah Palin was sued for her unauthorized use of an iconic 9/11 image, and the band Dropkick Murphys tweeted to Scott Walker, "please stop using our music in any way...we literally hate you !!!"
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