When you’re the vice president, you just can’t get away from it all, when on vacation. And Mike Pence was greeted with an obnoxious political sign when he took a break over Christmas.
Neighboring residents of the Colorado home where Vice President Pence and his family are staying for the holidays posted a rainbow “make America gay again” banner just outside the vacation home.
The Pence family celebrated the holidays in a town near snowy Aspen, Colo. this year, where, according to The Aspen Times they were surprised with the rainbow banner.
The family next door to the Pences’ vacation spot hung the “make America gay again” banner on a shared pillar that sits at the end of the two homes’ driveways.
According to The Aspen Times, the banner was placed there sometime on either Wednesday or Thursday.
One person staying in the home told the newspaper that the banner was hung by the daughters of the couple that lives there as well as their friends.
— Aspen Times (@TheAspenTimes) December 29, 2017
… Pence is well-known for his conservative views on homosexuality. He supported a 2006 amendment that would have defined marriage as being between a man and a woman, and also said at the time that legalizing same-sex marriage would create a “societal collapse.”
And as we all know, if someone had protested in an opposite way to vp, Joe Biden, all heck would have broken loose.