Gay Candidate, Pete Buttigieg, Quotes Bible in Campaign Ad
You shall not lie with a male as with a woman; it is an abomination. (Leviticus 18:22)
South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Peter Buttigieg is a front runner in the Granite State for the Democratic Presidential Primary. To appeal to Christians, he’s quoting from the Bible, but conveniently leaving out the part about him being abominable for sodomizing another man on a regular basis.
In the ad entitled Welcomed Me, Buttigieg draws from the words of Jesus in Matthew 25.
Buttigieg says, “In our White House, you won’t have to ask ‘Whatever happened to I was hungry and you fed me, I was a stranger and you welcomed me?'”
The crowd applauded wildly at their conscience recognition; he was referencing a Book that none of them believe in.
You can watch the video below.
Buttigieg is fairing far less well among Southern states with heavy black populations, as the black population is more religious on average than the white populations of the Northeast and more likely to know that being gay is both morally wrong and gross.
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