Saint Pete Buttigieg Lectures VP Pence and Evangelicals

Saint Pete Buttigieg Lectures VP Pence and Evangelicals

Saint Pete Buttigieg Lectures VP Pence and Evangelicals

If you asked yourself “Pete Butti-whatever?” who when you read the title, he is one of the 5,792 candidates preening for the 2020 Democrat presidential nomination. I was warned about a month ago by another of our Victory Girls that he was dangerous. And as pointed our by our own Marta Hernandez in this post, he ticks a heckuva lot of Democrat boxes. This weekend, Buttigieg took to lecturing Vice President Mike Pence and Evangelical Trump voters about Christianity, faith and marriage, earning mad Social Justice props for himself from the left and proving how dangerous he is.

South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Mayor Pete, is expected to formally announce his Presidential Candidacy on April 14 in his hometown. April 14, 2019 just so happens to be Palm Sunday this year. Palm Sunday is our remembrance of Jesus’s triumphant entrance into Jerusalem before his arrest and crucifixion. If Buttigieg does announce on Palm Sunday expect many, many, many religious references. He has, however, already gotten 65,000 unique donor contributions to gain him entrance to the Democrat debates. Given his wrapping his candidacy in faith, marriage and all-American gay values (?), a Palm Sunday announcement with religious allusions would be manifest.

USA Today reported on a speech Mayor Buttigieg gave in front of the LGBTQ Victory Fund in Washington, D.C. where he slammed VP Pence. Pence has argued against gay marriage based on his own reading of Biblical principals. From the article:

… then he would not have met his husband, Chasten, who has made him a better person, he said – and their marriage has moved him closer to God. The message many gay people get that there’s something wrong with them, he continued, “is a message that puts you at war not only with yourself, but with your maker.”

“That’s the thing that I wish the Mike Pences of the world would understand,” Buttigieg said of the vice president, who has opposed same-sex marriage. “That if you have a problem with who I am, your problem is not with me. Your quarrel, sir, is with my creator.”

I am happy for Buttigieg that he has found love and happiness in this world. I would wish that everyone would know the kind of peace and contentment that comes with a loving, committed relationship. If VP Pence, former governor of Indiana, ever thinks of Pete Buttigieg, I doubt that he ever thinks unkindly of him or has ever had a “problem” with him him. If Pence ever does think of him, he probably prays for him. And, the end of he quote made me think. Mayor Pete said, “Your quarrel, sir, is with my creator.” I would have said “Our Creator”. It’s a little thing, I know. But, those little things that people slip out with can often tell you a great deal about themselves. I think Buttigieg was both “othering” Pence and at the same time, he (Buttigieg) was telling us how highly he thinks of himself.

Anyhoo…on to the Evangelicals.

Mayor Pete when on Meet the Repressed Depressed Press to backhand Evangelicals. Let’s go to the videotape:

ICYMI: How does Mayor Pete Buttigieg explain President Trump's support from the evangelical community? #MTP #IfItsSunday@PeteButtigieg: Scripture talks "about lifting up the least among us, and taking care of strangers, which is another word for immigrants."

Posted by Meet the Press on Sunday, April 7, 2019

Jesus take the wheel! Now, I am sure that Pete Buttigieg is a better Christian than I am, because that’s a pretty low bar. I am also sure that he has read more of the Bible than I have and read it in at least two or three languages. I admit that I struggle to read the Bible with clarity and understanding in my native language. I also admit that I am a sinner. I sin a lot. I probably sin every hour of every day in my sleep. But, not Saint Pete Buttigieg, no. He is judge, juror and executioner (ideologically, of he unborn).

Just so you filthy Evangelicals know, you are not just racist, bigoted, deplorable clingers, you are hypocrites! You elected a lying fornicator to the Presidency of the United States.

Look Mr. Buttigieg, I may be dumber than a box of prettily painted rocks (I am a girly girl, after all.), but I know a few things:

1. Right wing Evangelicals believe that faith is more than about sexual ethics.

2. God used and uses a shit ton (technical term) of sinners to accomplish His Will. Here is a partial list for you. Does the name Solomon ring a bell?

3. President Donald Trump does a damn fine job of pretending to be Pro-life. I’ll take his pretending to be Pro-Life over your open support of abortion rights.

4. No, dude, stranger does not necessarily mean immigrant. A stranger is only someone one has not met. This person could be your next door neighbor or, ahem, the President of the United States.

The Social Justice Zealot atheist types will nod and smile as Pete Buttigieg calls out Christians on the right. Buttigieg shames Christians with every stereotype that we have all been fed for years. And, Mayor Pete does it all with a soft smile and humble-like attitude that sells well to the masses.

Victory Girls’ Kate was right. This man is dangerous. If Saint Pete shows up on April 14 for his Presidential run announcement riding a donkey and having acolytes place palm leaves on the ground in front of him, I am going to start really, really, really praying a lot.

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  • Robin H says:

    The hypocrisy is strong on the left. As a conservative pro lifer ‘m not allowed to use the bible to back up my positions because that’s ignoring the church/state divide, but he’s allowed to bash me using the bible? And the media will let him get away with it because he has the right social justice creds.

  • zenman says:

    I’m more worried about his failure as the mayor of South Bend and how that translates into “quality” public service as he himself puts it.

    Gang violence is epidemic in South Bend, and he has all the various “progressive” platitudes about reducing “gun violence.”

  • Kris says:

    FYI, Mayor Pete, D-South Bend– btw, with a murder rate higher than Chicago O_o :

    21 Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.

    22 Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works?

    23 And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.

  • GWB says:

    Buttigieg took to lecturing Vice President Mike Pence and Evangelical Trump voters about Christianity, faith and marriage
    Sorry, but an openly homosexual man in a homosexual relationship who claims Christianity is not the person to lecture anyone about said Christianity. “Hypocrite” doesn’t even begin to address the level of insanity here.

    their marriage has moved him closer to God
    Maybe to his god, but not to God (that is Jehovah, of the Christian Bible, Creator, Sustainer, and Redeemer).

    “That if you have a problem with who I am, your problem is not with me. Your quarrel, sir, is with my creator.”
    And, you, sir, are a slanderer of God. Your homosexuality is NOT of God, but of SIN.
    You will burn in hell, sir, if you do not repent. Not as much for your homosexuality as for your blaspheming of God.

    he (Buttigieg) was telling us how highly he thinks of himself.
    Exactly. The first sin is always PRIDE.

    And, no, there is no way Buttigieg is a better Christian than you. Nor has he read the Bible much at all, I’m betting. (I’m assuming “read” includes some attempt at actual understanding.)

    No, dude, stranger does not necessarily mean immigrant.
    Correct, insofar as you go.
    The more important bit here is his failure (probably intentional) to separate the kingdom of the left hand from the kingdom of the right hand. That is, he conflates secular goings on in the political realm and the area of government to be the same as things commanded for the individual who is one of God’s children.
    While we are commanded to take care of the stranger, that is an individual thing, and intended to handle individual strangers – not invading columns from another country.
    I’m also gonna take a guess and say that Buttigieg hasn’t taken the log out of his own eye yet, and housed these people in his house?

    humble-like attitude
    Hubris masquerading as virtue.

    This guy is a charlatan, a slanderer, and a liar. PLUS, he sucks at running a medium sized town. (You nailed it, zenman)

    • Wyldkat says:

      You just said most of what I stopped by to say. 😉

      The only thing I would add is that he really needs to read Romans, with emphasis on chapter 1 and 2. Just because a person has been saved by Faith that does not mean that they are free to sin. If they truly are saved, they will try to avoid sin.

    • Toni Williams says:

      GWB- you are too right. Buttigieg does not separate the kingdoms.


  • Nancy says:

    It was social justice zealot that betrayed Jesus Chist for 30 pieces.

  • m. says:

    Leviticus 18:22

  • Dave Radetsky says:

    You said “If Saint Pete shows up on April 14 for his Presidential run announcement riding a donkey and having acolytes place palm leaves on the ground in front of him, I am going to start really, really, really praying a lot.”

    I would hope we’ve all been praying a really, really, really lot ever since our president took office. Not only do our leaders need the prayerful support, but our nation needs the protection that only God can bring, but we need to be praying more than ever that our nation continues to be blessed by God and the citizens realize their sinfulness and repent of it so that God’s hand of blessing will remain on our nation. We can’t and shouldn’t wait until we see the left do something that concerns us.

    • Toni Williams says:

      I try to be a good Christian girl. The cynical, sarcastic hag inside of me keeps me on the dark side.
      Will remember to pray more.

  • DJG says:

    Every person is responsible for what he or she does with his or her body. Those who practice homosexuality shouldn’t blame God for what they do, nor should they fault God for condemning homosexuality..

  • Steve in Missouri says:

    I think you do have to listen to all the candidates to get some idea of what’s going on in the Democratic party.
    This early in the campaign, even before announcement, but we certainly know his intentions, his speeches are primarily for Democrat Party primary voters.
    The speech was given at the LGBTQ Victory Fund in Washington DC, so the content is pretty much what you would expect at such an event. It can be expected that he will receive overwhelming, sacrificial support from this community, especially after such a speech or lecture, which is more like a speech from a Pope rather than a political candidate.
    I’m not sure where this will play out in a test of political strength, ie, and election. Likely he is going to get a lot of support that would go to more traditional political or Democrat candidates. Will it be enough to put him over the top in the primary campaign, which involves many states over a period of time and then the Democrat Party convention?
    Even if he doesn’t receive the nomination, his issues will likely be front and center at the convention.
    Will Democrat Party voters stay with him?
    Will there be crossover voters, or voters from other parties who decide to vote Democratic in either support or opposition?
    I think he is willing, in fact he is running on issues which by their very nature are going to be divisive.
    The biggest issue of all however is First Amendment religious freedom. Up to now, people have largely had a live and let live attitude about religion. As long as you didn’t try to impose your beliefs and values on someone else, you could have a wide latitude in religious beliefs and attitudes. That was challenged in Colorado with the Supreme Court case about the baker being driven out of business by some Colorado state board or commission after he refused to bake a cake for a gay wedding due to his religious beliefs. The Supreme court said the state of Colorado overstepped the First Amendment religious freedom cause.
    Probably, if mayor Pete is dangerous, it’s because he is threatening First Amendment religous freedoms in his lecture or speech to the LGBTQ Victory Fund group, the threat being primarily to evangelicals and people of Vice President Pence’s persuasion, however in a Republic such as the United States, a threat to one is a threat to all.

    • GWB says:

      which is more like a speech from a Pope rather than a political candidate
      That’s because homosexual activism is much more religion than political ideology.

  • Jan says:

    He should actually read his Bible before referring to the Creator. Then he would discover where God really stands on this.

  • Chris says:

    Yep, this guy was born the way he is. I do not doubt it for a moment. How much God had to do with it, I have no clue; however, his condition is absolutely the same as any other catastrophic birth defect.

  • […] Regarding Peter Buttigieg, he has much to answer for;  not because he is in favor of open borders, promotes the Green New Deal or would bankrupt the nation by making college tuition-free or mandating Medicare for All — but because he is trading on his homosexuality by attacking a good and decent man, Mike Pence. […]

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