David Letterman: ‘This Is Not The Indiana I Remember As A Kid’ (VIDEO)

Comedian and native Hoosier David Letterman during his show Tuesday night tore into Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) for signing the state’s divisive Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law.

“This is not the Indiana I remember as a kid,” Letterman said during a serious moment on CBS’s “Late Show with David Letterman.”

“I lived there for 27 years, and folks were folks, and that’s all there was to it,” he said. “We all breathed the same air, we were all carbon-based life forms. We didn’t care.”

“This guy throws a monkey wrench into the works,” Letterman continued. “Something’s gone haywire.”

“It may be legal, but it ain’t right,” he said.

Letterman then launched into a Top Ten list of “Guys Indiana Governor Mike Pence Looks Like.”

Watch below, courtesy of “Late Show.”

h/t Washington Post

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