Irony Fail: Homosexual Mayor Pete Buttigieg Lectures Christians on Hypocrisy

During a segment on NBC’s Meet the Fake Press with Chuck Todd, militant sodomite, mayor of South Bend, Indiana and, unbeknownst to me until now, Bible teacher Pete Buttigieg pontificated on why Biblical Christians ought to wear dunce hats for supporting Donald Trump during the 2016 election. It was a perfect display of absolute charlatanism, exceeded only by Satan’s failed attempt to tempt Christ. An explanation is in order.

Firstly, the quote:

“It’s something that frustrates me because the hypocrisy is unbelievable. Here you have somebody that not only acts in a way that’s not consistent with anything I hear in scripture or church were it is about lifting up the least among us and taking care of strangers which is another word for immigrants, and making sure that you are focusing your efforts on the poor. Also personally how you’re supposed to conduct yourself, not chest pumping look at me-ism but humbling yourself among others. Foot washing is a central image in the New Testament. We see the diametric opposite of that in this presidency…I think there was a cynical process where he decided to, for example, begin to pretend to be pro-life and govern accordingly. Which was good enough to bring many evangelicals over to his side. But even on the version of Christianity that you hear from the religious right, which is about sexual ethics, I can’t believe that somebody who was caught writing hush money checks to adult-film actresses is somebody they should be lifting up as the kind of person you want to be leading this nation.”

Pete Buttigieg to Chuck Todd on NBC’s Meet the Press, Sunday, April 7th, 2019

Having noted the maliciousness with which Buttigieg declares this hogwash, I hereby nominate him to be this year’s recipient of the highly coveted Plank in the Eye Award for excellence in sanctimonious demagoguery. The mayor who’s last name’s spelling is rather fitting a man of his proclivities (Butt-i-gieg) doesn’t even attempt to be subtle in his own raging hypocrisy. That’s by design. He understands that most who are under the trance of the Marxist/LGBT cult won’t notice. Hence, this duplicitous rant is intentional. Furthermore, Buttigieg knows full well that the press is swooning over him with the intention of promoting his profile for the next Presidential election and will not make note his dissembling.

Let us count the ways in which Pete Butt (not a typographic error) commits multiple atrocities with this declaration.

First, there’s no shortage of contradiction when Peter denounces Trump for not acting consistently with the Bible. The Scriptures couldn’t be clearer about what God thinks about homosexuality. Sodom and Gomorrah (cities that would’ve elected Pete as their monarch) were burnt to a crisp largely due to their sexual perversions (Genesis 19:1-29 & Ezekiel 16:49) and the New Testament clearly states that homosexuals are reprobates whom will not enter the Kingdom of Heaven. (Romans 1:18-32 & 1 Corinthians 6:9)

Second, Pete says that Trump doesn’t care about the “least among us” (presumably meaning children), immigrants and the poor. Curious assertion, being that it’s slanderous. Trump’s penchant for aiding others is public knowledge. Here are just five instances – one of which includes his providing his private jet for a boy who needed to fly to New York to receive special medical attention but was constantly rebuffed by major airlines, due to the fact that the child’s transport required major medical equipment to be on board with him. All the opposite is true with respect to South Bend’s mayor. Pete Butt has publicly stated his support for infanticide up until birth and even vetoed a zoning permit that would have allowed an anti-abortion care center to operate next to an abortion clinic. No word yet on how much of his personal resources have been given to help those who are down and out or if he has personally housed illegal immigrants. Peter seems to be adept at bearing false witness even though such a thing is strictly prohibited by the Bible he frequently quotes – or rather, intentionally misquotes and misrepresents.

Third, Pete antagonizes Trump for “chest pumping look at me-ism”. Surely, Trump has been known to self-aggrandize. However, in certain instances he is simply signaling his achievements where others maliciously refuse to do so. God knows the press does everything it can to bury those achievements at the expense of purely negative coverage with the intention of doing damage to his presidency. Conversely, Pete wouldn’t want anyone to notice that in wagging the finger at Trump he is subtly exalting his own persona for political gain. No hypocrisy to see here folks!

Lastly, Pete Butt decries Trump having moved to the pro-life position to win over Evangelicals in the last election as a cynical ploy. He also contends that Biblical Christians acted hypocritically when they voted for a man that paid hush money to a stripper, even though the “religious right”‘s “version” of Christianity emphasizes a certain sexual ethic. No doubt, he’s jabbing those that loudly criticize homosexuality – such as this writer.

Let’s assume Peter is right and believe that Trump’s moving over to an anti-abortion position was a cynical tactic for political gain. This doesn’t detract from the fact that it was still the morally correct and, therefore, proper policy position to adopt, compared to Peter Butt’s continued wholesale endorsement of baby murder. As for his criticism of Biblical Christians who voted for “immoral” Trump (my own distillation of Pete’s assertion) and their supposed selective application of their “version” of sexual ethics, two things:

  1. Biblical Christians voted for Trump because they support his policies, not his private life. Also, they were and continue to be wary of persons like Hilary Clinton and Pete Butt due to their hostility towards Christianity. This leads me to my second point.
  2. It’s rich irony when Pete states that Christians should never have elected someone as reprobate as Trump to lead the nation. By this we can safely assume that Pete meant to say that Christians should have instead elected someone as morally pure as he to lead the nation. This degenerate’s personal inclination is the very reason why Biblical Christians chose Trump and not the likes of Hilary Clinton during the last election and will not choose Pete Butt during this cycle. It is because those voters are justifiably wary and suspicious of the sort – politicians who continue to publicly vilify Christianity, signaling that if they are put in power they will legislate against it. In other words, true Christians were not and will not vote for someone who is seeking to criminalize their faith.

One thing’s for sure: Pete Butt is no traditional Sunday School Teacher.

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