Trump, whose administration says his ban is not strictly banning Muslims, came up with the idea to ban Muslims from entering the country during the campaign, and he has said that Christian refugees would even be given precedence as they try to pick through the mess he's made.
Of course, at the time Trump suggested the ban on Muslims, Mike Pence spoke out...and he took to Twitter to do it.
Calls to ban Muslims from entering the U.S. are offensive and unconstitutional.— Governor Mike Pence (@GovPenceIN) December 8, 2015
Of course, Pence now agrees wth his boss's current ban. We wouldn't expect him to bite the hand that feeds him, now would we even though former Governor Mitch Daniels has spoken out against Trump's policy and, indirectly, Pence's hypocrisy.
For the second-straight weekend, peaceful protests have cropped up at airports and places of travel to show solidarity with those immigrants entering the United States and to urge the rule of law to be followed. So far, in some cases, it appears Trump's Administration officials are not carrying out court orders from several federal judges.
In short, it's a mess.
It's also a mess here in Indiana as the Hoosier State tries to clean up what Governor Pence left behind.
The story is over at Indy Republican.
Interesting, isn't it?