Mike Pence and the majority of Indiana lawmakers stated a very clear message last week with the passing of this supposed "religious freedoms bill." They made it clear that in Indiana, it is now OK to discriminate against someone based on anything that may conflict with your religious convictions. The main group being targeted? The gay community.
Pence took to the political morning shows to defend this law, yet whenever asked if people could refuse service to an LGBT person citing it, he could not answer. He didn't try to defend one side or word it in some clever way, he literally could not give a "yes" or "no" when asked for one directly.
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