Pence's Colorado neighbors hang 'Make America Gay Again' sign

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However, after the Secret Service told him they weren't there to control his "free speech rights", the residents came out with chili and fed the police officers and agents on duty.

He and his wife, Karen Sue, are apparently staying in Aspen over the weekend and heading back to the Eagle County Airport on Monday.

The daughters of the couple across the street and one of their girlfriends reportedly draped the rainbow banner on the pillar while a Pitkin County deputy and Secret Service members stood nearby, the Aspen Times reported.

They've been really nice to us'.

"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.

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The couple living in the home didn't reply to requests for comment by The Times.

LGBT advocates have previously showed their opposition to Pence. Later, he signed an amendment to that law that protects that community. 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".

The Mike Pence gay hate is so strong it almost destroyed his state's economy. 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.

The rest of the nation was disgusted. Soon people started threatening to boycott the state.

The New Yorker reported in October that Trump mocked Pence's religious and socially conservative beliefs and joked that the vice president wants to "hang" gays.