'Make America Gay Again': Mike Pence's neighbours troll him with rainbow banner

Randolph Lopez
December 31, 2017

Mike Pence and his wife are spending the week in Aspen, Colorado.

According to CNN, the neighbors hung a rainbow flag with the words "Make America Gay Again" on a stone pillar that borders the end of the driveway to the two homes.

The "Make America Gay Again" banner was placed there by the daughters of the couple who live in the house as well as one of the daughters' girlfriend, the daughter's girlfriend told The Aspen Times.

"He was real sheepish and thought he might be confronted by the Secret Service or deputies who'd tell him he couldn't do it", DiSalvo said.

LGBT advocates have previously showed their opposition to Pence.

The rainbow banner is hung from a stone pillar near a home that sits across the street from where Pence is staying.

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The Secret Service agents were not bothered by the statement, according to Buglione, and were offered "chili and corn muffins" by the couple. Citing a Harvard researcher, Pence said in his speech, "societal collapse was always brought about following an advent of the deterioration of marriage and family".

Aspen is a community that strongly supported Hillary Clinton in her 2016 presidential bid.

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