As openly homosexual presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is discovering on the campaign trail in Iowa, not everyone supports his efforts to transform our Christian nation into a new ‘Sodom and Gomorrah’:
Protesters shouting about “Sodom and Gomorrah” interrupted South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg on Tuesday at an Iowa campaign rally.
Buttigieg hopes to become the first openly gay president in American history.
One of the men who shouted about the biblical cities destroyed by God’s wrath for their sinful ways was Randall Terry, a Christian activist who founded the anti-abortion rights group Operation Rescue. The organization says it split with him 18 years ago and now considers him too radical.
The crowd at the Des Moines rally drowned out Terry’s shouts by cheering Buttigieg’s name.
“The good news is, the condition of my soul is in the hands of God, but the Iowa caucuses are up to you,” an unshaken Buttigieg responded, pointing at the crowd.
CNN’s Jeff Zeleny reported that Buttigieg was interrupted three times by protesters affiliated with Terry.
If Buttigeig’s “soul” truly is “in the hands of God,” then as an unrepentant homosexual, he should be very concerned, but apparently he believes that his “soul” is in the hands of the American voters, and a vote of approval from them is far more important to Pete than anything clearly spelled out in Scripture. If the jewish-controlled press has anything to say about it, and they do, Pete Buttigieg will one day be America’s first “Sodomite-in-Chief”.
These days a Christian pastor like Randall Terry is smeared as “too radical” if he has zero tolerance for abortion on demand and sodomy. And any American voter who would use Buttigieg’s homosexuality as a reason for not voting for him will also be shamed as being “too radical”. The gay-friendly, jewish media pundits are providing the Buttigieg campaign with millions of dollars in free, largely favorable publicity. This media machine will run interference for Buttigieg and make sure no one, like Pastor Terry, who seriously challenges his moral fitness to serve as President will be heard, let alone given any credibility.