It seems all the Democrat candidates feel the need to glorify their existence or perceived oppression. And America’s first openly gay presidential candidate is no different.
Buttigieg lies as much as Elizabeth “Fauxchahontas” Warren. He believes his sexuality of the homo genus will do for him what half-blackness did for equally unqualified Barack Obama. But Buttigieg has been outed for his lies.
As The Washington Examiner noted,
Pete Buttigieg’s brother-in-law is accusing the gay Democratic presidential hopeful of hijacking his family’s history for political advantage by crafting a bogus backstory of poverty, homelessness, and homophobia.
Rhyan Glezman, 34, a pastor in small-town Michigan, said he was inundated by death threats and hate mail when stories surfaced this month claiming he was a bigot who had fallen out with his younger brother Chasten when Chasten came out of the closet.
The reports were based on a Washington Post article, which described how Chasten, 29, was forced out of the family home and never reconciled with his two brothers.
But rather than rejecting his brother Chasten, a would-be “first gentleman,” Glezman, who has run the Clio Community Church for the past two years, said his family has been loving and supportive throughout.
Say what? The Christian Conservative pastor isn’t the homophobic ogre Little Pete claims?
What will Leftists do with the real narrative, as explained by his brother-in-law:
“A mayor from a small city and his husband, a child who grew up with nothing and his parents kicked him out … it makes a perfect political story for the campaign,” he said in an interview with the Washington Examiner at his church in Clio. “To me that’s very sad. If that’s all you have to stand on, you’re not fit to be president of the United States.”
The gray church building stands on the outskirts of Clio, a town of about 2,600 people, along a road of sporting goods stores and nondescript restaurant chains. Inside, worshipers are greeted by a verse from Romans: “The pain that you’ve been feeling can’t compare with the joy that’s coming.” Evangelical services are held in a traditional prayer space or, for more enthusiastic participants, in the gym.
Having no real story of success, Buttigieg needed something for which the public could sympathize.
So what of the story of unyielding love in the face of homophobic oppression. Now that’s a story Jussie Smollett could get behind.
The article continues,
Buttigieg, 37, the mayor of South Bend, Ind., since 2012, emerged from relative obscurity to establish himself as a presidential contender with a compelling story. Although initially light on policies, he was the subject of a string of glowing profiles. Several focused on Chasten, who met the presidential hopeful on the dating app Hinge in 2015.
“Chasten Buttigieg has been a homeless community college student and a Starbucks barista,” the Washington Post stated. “Now, he could be ‘first gentleman.'”
But its reference to Glezman’s opposition to gay marriage — based he says on a Biblical interpretation of what the institution means — misrepresented complicated family relationships, he said. What particularly stung, he added, was a line suggesting he or his other brother Dustin had effectively disowned Chasten by saying: “No brother of mine … ”
Visibly pained, Glezman said: “Do I love him? Absolutely. He is my brother.” He said, “You can’t change that. Just because we have a disagreement doesn’t change that.”
Consider what such a fake news narrative concocted by Buttigieg and his companion could potentially do to a loving family?
As the Washington Times reports, the family had no issue when their son came out as gay.
Glezman said no one had been particularly shocked when Chasten came out as gay. In fact it helped them make sense of his studious nature in a family of outdoorsmen, according to Glezman. Nor was his family particularly religious — “We went to church at Easter and Christmas” — or the type to banish a son into homelessness.
“He went away,” is how Glezman put it. “He was struggling for a time. But there was nothing on the family end that said he had to leave.”
So Chasten went away on his own accord to deal with his internal demons. The family didn’t ostracize him.
What’s wrong with telling the truthful story? It’s not like America is electing Chasten anyway. People have problems and things they deal with, including sexuality. Chasten was no different. And in his struggle with sexuality, perhaps he shut off. Perhaps he wanted to make sure those were his true emotions, and there are a million more scenarios. But the scenario of the family dumping his is a lie.
Buttigieg fits right in with the other lying skanks within the Democratic Party and their supporters. They love their narratives, unsupported by facts; and in fact, pure lies. As long as the fake narrative furthers some oppression that isn’t occurring, then bravo!