Gay Presidential Candidate Says He Can’t Figure Out Why Christians Support Trump

Homosexual Democratic presidential primary candidate, Pete Buttigieg, says he can’t understand why evangelical Christians support Donald Trump.

Buttigieg, echoing sentiments by Never Trumpers in the ‘woke’ Evangelical Intelligentsia – Russell Moore, Thomas Kidd, Beth Moore, David French, Erick Erickson, Mark Galli – is flabbergasted and thunderstruck that a president, who daily offers to evangelicals their policy wishlist on a silver platter, has support from the demographic who so regularly supports.

When asked by a CNN moderator last night if it’s possible for Bible-believing Christians to support POTUS, Buttigieg responded…

“I’m not gonna tell other Christians how to be Christians,” the former mayor responded. “But, I will say, I cannot find any compatibility between the way this president conducts himself and anything I find in scripture.”

Apparently, to Buttigieg, Trump’s whoremongering ways in the past is more biblically grievous than Buttigieg’s homosexually in the present.

Pete Buttigieg and his gay lover

For many in evangelicalism, Trump’s commitment to evangelical causes and his regular honoring of faith leaders is a sign of growing spirituality if not a form of repentance. To the more skeptical, Trump’s overtures to the evangelical community are little more than political pragmatism.

However, there is a solid middle in evangelicalism that views Trump’s placation of evangelical ideology skeptically and his personal religious faith critically, but who still supports the president because he’s not playing suck-face on national television with his sodomy partner like Pete Buttigieg. Others are just happy he isn’t treating abortion like a sacred religious sacrament like those in the Democratic Party.

Not murdering infants seems to go a long way when appealing to religious conservatives who are conscientiously anti-murder.

Buttigieg recently took a non-judgmental approach to parents killing their already-born babies on The View, claiming that parents rather than the government should be “making that decision.”



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