Oh, Indiana. You know you have problem when even NASCAR doesn’t support your ridiculous policies. In fact, there has been so much backlash to the religious freedom law that Governor Mike Pence is starting to backtrack:
Mr. Pence has said he wants to modify the law, but he has not indicated how he could do so without undermining it. He rejected claims that it would allow private businesses to deny service to gay men and lesbians and said the criticism was based on a “perception problem” that additional legislation could fix. “I’ve come to the conclusion that it would be helpful to move legislation this week that makes it clear that this law does not give businesses the right to discriminate against anyone,” Mr. Pence, a Republican, said at a news conference in Indianapolis.
Good luck on clearing up that whole “perception problem.”
Team Blackness also discussed troublesome tweets from the new host of the Daily Show, comedian Trevor Noah; rules for the team’s second marriages and we breakdown the delightful drug-fueled song “Trap Queen” by Fetty Wap.