'Make America Gay Again.' Mike Pence Gets Trolled With Rainbow Banner

Emmett Rice
January 1, 2018

The rainbow banner was hung on a stone pillar at the foot of both of their driveways in Aspen, Colorado, as one of Pitkin County Sheriff Joe DiSalvo's deputies looked on, the Aspen Times reported Friday. The two reportedly posted it shortly after Pence and his family arrived Tuesday.

Pence eventually approved changes to the law that protected that community.

This isn't the first time that Pence's neighbours have taken it upon themselves to deliver a message of LGBTQ tolerance to the staunchly conservative Republican.

While the building was being made ready for them, the Pences rented out a $6,000-a-mouth house in the D.C. neighborhood of Chevy Chase. Pence lived there prior to moving into the vice president's residence at the Naval Observatory.

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As governor of Indiana, Pence famously supported the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which many feared would have allowed discrimination against the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. The national uproar over the divisive bill, called the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, or RFRA, prompted IN legislators to modify it by adding anti-discrimination protections. It was later modified by IN legislators who added anti-discrimination provisions.

In Congress, where he was a member from 2001 to 2013 before becoming IN governor, Pence described traditional marriage as the institution "that forms the backbone of our society". In that role, he advocated traditional marriage as the institution "that forms the backbone of our society".

Why did this happen in Aspen?

DiSalvo noted that when former president Bill Clinton visited Aspen in the mid-1990s, someone hung a sign that said "Inhale to the Chief" on a large spruce tree. Aspen is in Pitkin County, where Clinton defeated Trump by winning 69.7 percent of the vote, compared to 24.3 percent for Trump. Clinton won Colorado with a almost 3 percent lead. Barack Obama also led the state in 2008 and 2012.

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