Indiana Gov. Mike Pence called a press conference to tell the world that everyone has got his "religious freedom" law wrong, he once went to Selma with John Lewis, and that he is not a bigot. The more Pence talked, the worse things got for him.
A powerful CEO of a giant corporation took the time to say what few others have; "There is something very dangerous happening in states across the country" of people using religion as a legislative weapon.
Indy's mayor issuing an executive order protecting the very people RFRA targets for persecution and conventions think twice about Indiana
Indiana's religious freedom law has inspired so much backlash and outrage that Fox News anchor Bret Baier debunked his own network's propaganda and misinformation.
"When new laws turn back the clock on progress, we can't sit idly by. We are sending a message that discrimination won't be tolerated."
It is why although the law appears only to target the LGBT community and allow the 'faithful' to legally punish same-sex marriage partners by refusing to hire, serve, or provide them with medical care, it is important to remember there is no mention of gays in the law.
The backlash against Indiana's embrace of religious tyranny has expanded to include cities inside and outside Indiana
By asking straightforward and direct questions, ABC's George Stephanopoulos crushed Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's facade that his legalized discrimination bill is about 'religious freedom.'
The far right's war on the LGBT community took a variety of turns this week.
Shortly after Indiana Governor Pence signed an anti-gay bill into law, corporations lined up to boycott the state in response.
On Thursday, Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed legislation legalizing discrimination based on the religious right's "free exercise" of their bigoted beliefs that Republicans in Indiana contend are the law of the land.
If Pence signs the bill, the GOP will continue to be seen as a political party that caters to narrow-minded bigots, and deservedly so.
When Indiana Governor and presidential hopeful Mike Pence went to Israel he met Benjamin Netanyahu but not Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas