PODCAST: Pete Buttigieg Fool or Wolf in Lamb’s Clothing

Claiming to be a Christian, faux-married, homosexual Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg wields the Bible as a political weapon with which to bludgeon conservatives. It’s odd then that fellow “progressives” don’t chastise Buttigieg for violating the separation of church and state as they do when theologically orthodox Christians cite their faith as informing their public policy positions. Let’s not forget the chilling words of homosexual New York Times writer Frank Bruni who re-envisions the First Amendment in such a way as to circumscribe narrowly the heretofore free exercise of religion:

I support the right of people to believe what they do and say what they wish — in their pews, homes and hearts.

Buttigieg claims he’s been historically uneasy discussing his faith, attributing his unease to submission to biblical admonitions against showy, prideful displays of religiosity:

I was reluctant to talk about (religion) for a long time…. There’s Scripture on this, you know. Jesus said, “When you pray, be not as the hypocrites are, standing in the synagogues and street corners.”

Apparently, the heretic Buttigieg has gotten over such reluctance. Now he openly touts his faith, which consists of embracing those parts of Scripture that comport with personal desire and either reinterpreting or rejecting the inconvenient parts.

Read more…