Pete Buttigieg said seven words about Mike Pence that will make you sick
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg is the flavor of the moment in the Democrat Presidential Primary.
He’s rising in the polls and raising serious money.
But these seven words Buttigieg said about Mike Pence will make you sick.
Buttigieg is the first openly homosexual Presidential candidate in American history.
Liberals latched onto this aspect of his identity and it helped fuel his rise to the top tier of the Democrat Presidential field.
Buttigieg is trying to maintain the steam behind his campaign by attacking Vice President Mike Pence and other Christians.
The South Bend mayor claims Mike Pence – and by extension other Christian Trump supporters – hate him because he’s a homosexual.
He even said, “Your quarrel, sir, is with my creator,” with regard to Mike Pence’s opposition to homosexual marriage.
NBC News reports:
On the trail, Buttigieg has emphasized how he and his husband are similar, not different, from heterosexual couples across the country, hoping to defuse an issue that evangelicals and other opponents of same-sex marriage could raise if he becomes the nominee. Taking direct swipes at Vice President Mike Pence, he said his marriage last year to schoolteacher Chasten Buttigieg had made him a better man, “and yes, Mr. Vice President, it has moved me closer to God.
“That’s the thing I wish the Mike Pences of the world would understand: That if you have a problem with who I am, your quarrel is not with me,” Buttigieg said. “Your quarrel, sir, is with my creator.”
Trump supporters could not believe Buttigieg would smear them like that.
Buttigieg makes noises about how Democrats shouldn’t give up on red state voters.
But when given an opportunity, Buttigieg lapsed back into predictable Democrat smears about how Christians who believe in the biblical definition of marriage are hate-filled bigots who reject Christ’s true message.