Yesterday Pete Buttigieg suspended his presidential campaign. The mayor had an impressive run, considering expectations. However, we believe this incident deserves to be highlighted.
After learning that Buttigieg is a homosexual, an Iowa caucus-goer asks to change her vote.
“Are you saying that he has (a) same-sex partner?”
“Pete,” the caucus volunteer asks.
“Yes,” the volunteer said.
“Are you kidding,” the woman asks.
“He’s married to him, yes,” the volunteer said.
“Then I don’t want anybody like that in the White House,” the woman said. “So can I have my card back?”
“I don’t know. You signed it. We could go ask,” the volunteer said.
“I never knew that,” the voter said.
After the volunteer tried to explain the situation, the voter said Buttigieg better go read the Bible.
The voter asked why the fact hadn’t been brought out before, claiming she had never heard it.
The volunteer told her it is common knowledge. She asked if it should matter if Buttigieg is a homosexual if the voter agrees with what he says.
“It all just went right down the toilet,” the voter said.
Interesting exchange, no doubt. I credit the voter for knowing what the Bible says about marriage, but must ask, if she understands it, what is she doing caucusing for any Democrat at all?