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Buttigieg Ties a Millstone Around His Neck

Monday, February 24, 2020 @ 12:17 PM Buttigieg Ties a Millstone Around His Neck ATTENTION: Major social media outlets are finding ways to block the conservative/evangelical viewpoint. Click here for daily electronic delivery of The Stand's Daily Digest - the day's top blogs from AFA.

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This is why American voters must make sure Pete Buttigieg doesn’t get anywhere near the White House: he is a one-man wrecking crew, normalizing the crime against nature to nine-year-old boys. 

The homosexual lifestyle is a death-style, not a life-style. It is still the number one risk factor for contracting HIV-AIDS. This is according to the Centers for Disease Control, not exactly a member of the vast, rightwing conspiracy. Homosexual conduct is indicated in a host of ugly sexually transmitted diseases, including anal cancer, and it shortens the lifespan of active homosexuals by 8-20 years. 

Pete Buttigieg was asked at a campaign event just days ago to give advice to a nine-year-old boy who wanted to know how he could find the courage to tell everybody that he, the nine-year-old, was a homosexual. 

The following is part of the exchange beginning with the moderator asking Buttigieg the question, from nine-year-old Zachary Ro, who stood on the stage to receive Buttigieg's advice face-to-face. 

Moderator: “This is a really touching question. ‘Thank you for being so brave. Would you help me tell the world I’m gay too? I want to be brave like you.’” 

Buttigieg: “Well, I don’t think you need a lot of advice from me on bravery. You seem pretty strong! To see you -- it took me a long time to figure out how to tell even my best friend that I was gay, let alone to go out there and tell the world. 

“And to see you willing to come to terms with who you are, in a room full of thousands of people you’ve never met, that’s really something. (Applause) So let me tell you a couple of things that might be useful. 

“The first thing is that it won’t always be easy. But that’s okay because you know who you are. And that’s really important because when you know who you are, you have a center of gravity that can hold you together when all kinds of chaos is happening around you. That’s the first thing I want you to know. 

“The second thing I want you to know is that you’ll never know who’s taking their lead from you, who’s watching you, and deciding that they can be a little braver because you have been brave. (Applause) 

“When I was trying to figure out who I was, I was afraid that who I was might mean that I could never make a difference. And what wound up happening instead, is that it’s a huge part of the difference I get to make. I never could have seen that coming. And you’ll never know whose life you might be affecting, right now, by just standing here, right now! There’s a lot of power in that. (Applause) 

“And the last thing I want you to know is even if I can’t promise that it’ll always be easy, I can promise you that I’m going to be rooting for you.” 

Rather than express concern about the danger the young boy was in, Buttigieg urged him to lead other confused young boys into the valley of death by setting an example for them to follow. It was a terrifying snapshot of what Buttigieg would do as president and why it’s a terrible idea to put an open homosexual in the White House. 

Buttigieg will use the bully pulpit of the presidency to campaign relentlessly for the normalization of homosexuality among children. We might see Drag Queen Story Hours in the White House, featuring male sex workers wearing dresses and reading fairy tales to young Americans. He will insist that his Department of Education brainwash every student in America by forcing Comprehensive Sex Education into every public, private, and home school in America. 

Rather than leading this boy out of danger, Buttigieg led him right into it. Here’s what Jesus said about a man like that. “Stumbling blocks are sure to come, but woe to the one through whom they come! It would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck and he were cast into the sea than that he should cause one of these little ones to stumble” (Luke 17:1-2). 

So there is something worse, Jesus says, than being tossed off the boat tied to an anchor. I’m not sure what that worse thing is, but one day, Pete Buttigieg is going to find out.


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