The Kim Davis affair has, from the beginning, been as much a media battle as a legal one, but some of the players take the game more seriously than others. One in particular clearly feels that media ain’t beanbag. From the New York Times:
Of the two presidential contenders who attended the rally, it was Mr. Huckabee, making his second White House run, who grabbed the political spotlight. […] When Mr. Cruz, who met with Ms. Davis, exited the Carter County Detention Center, a throng of journalists beckoned him toward their microphones, but an aide to Mr. Huckabee blocked the path of the senator, who appeared incredulous.
This might seem petty on the part of the aide, but honestly, I think it shows immense courage to stand between Ted Cruz and a microphone.