Mike Pence’s neighbors are openly protesting him again.
Last December, Mike Pence and his family were preparing for the move into the Naval Observatory, which has been the official home of the Vice President for years.
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. The neighbors in that area openly protested Pence by hanging up rainbow flags outside their homes.
Now it seems even more of Mike Pence’s neighbors are getting the same idea.
Mike Pence and his wife are spending the week in Aspen, Colorado, but some his neighbors were not happy to see him.
It seems the daughters of the family that live across the street put up a sign saying “Make America Gay Again” in order to mock the VP.
Apparently, the girls were afraid at first of putting the sign up on a stone pillar outside their home because of the police officers and secret service agents standing guard for the Pences.
But, one of the guards told the girls not to worry, “We’re not here to control your free speech rights.”
Despite how some feel about Pence’s politics, no one blames the men and women protecting them. In fact, some neighbors later came out to give the servicemen standing around in the cold some chili and corn muffins.
Pence, of course, has not commented on the sign.