Pete Buttigieg is as corrupt about killing babies as he is about sexuality.
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate and morally repugnant Mayor of crime-infested South Bend, Indiana spoke recently at the National Abortion Rights Action League Town Hall on the topics of abortion and women’s rights. While advocating for human slaughter, Buttigieg characterized Republicans, saying they are “…so busy attacking Planned Parenthood…I’d like to know what they think of unplanned parenthood.”
During this speech, Buttigieg also expressed his support for repealing the Hyde Amendment and underscored the need for male presidential candidates to “demonstrate our commitment to women’s reproductive freedom.” “That’s why I thought it was important for me to be on the steps of the Supreme Court with Planned Parenthood,” he stated.
But then again, when it comes to murdering babies, Buttigieg likes to use his maleness both ways. In a recent conversation with Newsweek, he averred, “I don’t think we need more restrictions right now. I just believe that when a woman is in that situation and when we’re talking about some of those situations covered by that law, extremely difficult, painful, often medically serious situations where life or health of the mother is at stake, the involvement of a male government official like me is not helpful.”
Just last April, Pete Buttigieg worked overtime to obstruct a rezoning plan that would have allowed a crisis pregnancy center to open next door to an abortion clinic in South Bend. His reasoning? Buttigieg stated:
“I don’t think it would be responsible to situate two groups, literally right next to each other, in a neighborhood, that have diametrically opposed views on the most divisive social issue of our time.”
And just like that, the South Bend mayor chose to privilege coldly efficient baby-killing over freedom of speech.
In May, at a Fox News town hall, Pete Butigieg was asked, “So, just to be clear, you would be okay with a woman, well into her third trimester, deciding to abort her pregnancy?” His answer?
“The bottom line is, as horrible as that choice is, that woman, that family, may seek spiritual guidance, they seek medical guidance, but that decision isn’t going to be made any better, medically or morally, because the government is dictating how that decision should be made.”
Which is a lot of high-flying rhetoric for: “Babies should be murdered freely.” We would expect a man who boasts of his sodomy to battle for a world with unfettered sexual freedom—even if murdering babies is the cost.
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