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Evangelical pundit says Pete Buttigieg is a bad role model because of his “sexual conduct”

Feb 7, 2020

By Alex Bollinger

A prominent Christian conservative has said that South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg would make a bad role model for children because he’s gay, and therefore people should vote against him.

Bryan Fischer is the Director of Issues Analysis for the SPLC designated anti-LGBTQ hate group American Family Association.

On his radio show, he said that Pete Buttigieg would make a bad president because he wouldn’t be a good role model to children because of his “sexual conduct.”

“Do we want somebody who engages in that kind of sexual conduct to serve as a role model for the rest of the country, to serve as a role model for America’s children,” Fischer said. “I vote no.”

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3 comments on “Evangelical pundit says Pete Buttigieg is a bad role model because of his “sexual conduct”

  • And yet he and others like him are content for a foul-mouthed,  lying,  cheating, lecherous serial adulterer to serve as a role model for the rest of the country, to serve as a role model for America’s children.

    I guess it is beyond stating the obvious,  to point out the staggering hypocrisy of America’s “christian”  conservatives.   We atheists may sometimes regret there really isn’t a Hell where these disgusting examples of failed humanity would burn for all eternity.

  • Would we rather have a financially and morally corrupt leader that lies and denies information that’s against him?

    We have one of those already.

    Church/State separation [should] mean[s] that politics and religion should not influence each other.  That’s our issue: how to prevent or stop religious people and organizations from imposing their values, and voters, on a particular candidate or issue?

    I believe they need to lose their pedestal-like status as a tax-free organization type with closed books.  Then, they’ll be forced to vote on real issues and considerations, instead or voting for a party. That could be a start.

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