By David Chutlashvili
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Pence recently moved into a house in Chevy Chase, Washington D. C., where he'll remain until moving to the Vice President's official residence next year. Today Pence's new neighbors want to remind him of his past and his duty to protect the rights of LGBTIQ people. Pence's neighbors - these very good people protest against fanaticism, homophobia, and possible violation of human rights.
After hearing about her new neighbor, Ilse Heintzen decided to hang a flag from her house in solidarity with her gay friends.Residents on NW Washington Street where VP Elect Pence is renting a house are sending him a symbolic message. More residents may hang flags pic.twitter.com/fldYsMoP6i— Suzanne Kennedy (@ABC7Suzanne) November 30, 2016
According to Distractify and WJLA Heintzen says that she managed to convince a few of the other houses on the street to follow her lead and that the protest is quickly taking off.#Pride flags sending message to @mike_pence outside temporary #DC home. Neighbors say more are coming. @NewsChannel8 @ABC7News #LGBTQ #LGBT pic.twitter.com/a2bfKfJ0yL— Tim Barber (@ABC7TimBarber) December 1, 2016
There are roughly a half-dozen pride flags hanging on the block, and many of the residents in houses without flags said they planned on joining in.
Heintzen described the idea as “a respectful message showing, in my case, my disagreement with some of his thinking. She said: "I have no idea what he will think about, but I hope he will change his mind. This is one way that I can show my disagreement."
Mike Pence will always remember that his Electoral College not everything is and the majority of the American people is against homophobia and bigotry.
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