A Guide To Pete Buttigieg

The emerging darling of the Democrats is a Hoosier, Pete Buttigieg, mayor of South Bend, Indiana.

In a campaign speech from South Bend, Illinois, 14 April 2019, Pete eloquently described his vision for a new America.

WATCH: Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend announces presidential bid

Listening to his full presentation, his prominent positions, in my opinion, paint a portrait of a political chameleon, an LGBTQ Trojan Horse.

Pete starts his speech using the phrase, making America great again. The proceeds to revise history saying America was never great, that making her great again is to revert to terrible times in our history.

His call for presidents to be elected by a popular vote reveals he is either ignorant of American history or intent on destroying our republican form of government by dissolving the sovereign states, making America one big state.

At this point, a discussion of the prescribed constitutional process by which presidents and vice presidents are elected.

Presidents and vice presidents are not elected by a popular vote; they are elected by the states, not the people, directly. I refer the reader to the US Constitution of 1798, as amended in 1804. When the constitution was ratified in 1798, this electoral college process applied only to the office of president; the 12th amendment incorporated vice presidential elections.

Most countries are states. Israel is a state. Russia is a state. Guatemala is a state. Texas was a state before it was annexed by our country by treaty and remains a state to this day as are all the other 49 states.

Some countries are federations of states. Mexico, Brazil, and our country are in this category.

What is a state? A state is a politically unified people occupying a definite territory, any of the political units that together make up a federal union, as in the United States of America. Source: WordReference dictionary

Over the history of our country, Democrats have sought to undo the federation and republican form of government, beginning with the 17th Amendment by which much damage has been done to our beloved country. Learn more – Significance: Cause to Repeal the Seventeenth Amendment

Pete calls for Puerto Rico to have all the voting privileges now reserved to the 50 states. Puerto Rico is not a member state of federation. It is a commonwealth, a political unit, a self-governing nation associated by choice and linked with common objectives to our country.

Puerto Rico can disconnect from our country by the will of its people, unlike any of the 50 states which can never secede without a constitutional amendment so ordaining lawful secession.

Buttigieg, an avowed homosexual, claims to be a Christian. I’ll leave this matter for Pete to debate with God on Judgement Day. At that time he can debate Genesis 19, Leviticus 18 and 20, Romans 1:18-32, 1 Corinthians 6:9-10, and 1 Timothy 1:8-10 with the Author of the Bible.

The LGBTQ (have any other letters been added?) agenda is, in large part, to equate homosexual unions with holy matrimony. At this point, it’s helpful to understand the significance of holy matrimony from the Bible.

As the Scriptures say, “A man leaves his father and mother and is joined to his wife, and the two are united into one.” This is a great mystery, but it is an illustration of the way Christ and the church are one.

New Living Testament, Ephesians 5:30-32

Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance, Greek dictionary, item 1135, the definition of wife: “a woman” | item 444, the definition of man: “a man”

Homosexuality is inherently practical atheism. If homosexual unions become legally equal and socially acceptable in all respects of the marriage of one man to one woman, the American family will die.

Pete Buttigieg mimics conservatives but he is no conservative. Clearly, he aligns with the democratic socialists and the climate activists.

He posits himself as a moderate Democrat while there is nothing moderate about his agenda. Pete is a pro-abortion, pro-single payer medical care, tax-the-rich, and an extreme leftist.

The natural man who denies the Living God is by default an practical atheist. The bad news is there is a great falling away of ostensible Christians. This is also good news because absent from mediocre church life, God can touch the hearts of wayward sheep.

As surely as I write this and you read it, a great outpouring of God’s Holy Spirit is coming to America. I just pray this happens before it’s just too late.

You may skeptically think, well, so what? The people of Indianapolis repeatedly re-elected him. What you don’t know is how voting is manipulated in Indiana. In a story published on the New American website, a now-fired Democrat operative Scott Foval describes how Michigan and Indiana elections are so easily compromised.

As for future schemes, Foval mentioned two other swing states, saying, “Honestly, the ripest environment to do it in? Two, within striking distance: Michigan, Indiana. Least restrictive donation caps and campaign finance laws and investigative arms, and any of that. Like they have weakened it so bad in those three states [sic], you could f*** your mother in front of the governor and not go to jail — if you have enough money to do this.”

NewAmerican, 21 October 2016 | Democrat Operative Admits: We’ve Been Rigging Elections “for 50 Years”

4 thoughts on “A Guide To Pete Buttigieg

      1. You still have ” The people of Indianapolis repeatedly re-elected him” in your post

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