Pete Buttigieg, a former Democratic presidential candidate and the current Secretary of Transportation, was interviewed by Charlamagne Tha God as p[art of his show the “Breakfast Club” this past Friday, and he was entirely flabbergasted to find out that a large number of black people are extremely unhappy that Democrats have not been keeping their promises.
“You do realize, Pete, a lot of black people feel like Democrats have kept no promises since they’ve been in office,” stated Charlamagne, the host.
Buttigieg seemed extremely caught off guard by the statement, asking, “Really?”
“Yes” answered Charlemagne. “Rev. Al [Sharpton] has said that a million times.”
The democratic politician quickly replied, stating that he understood. “I get it because the work is not done. But the reason I say ‘really’ is we just passed one of the biggest pieces of infrastructure legislation in American history. It was a promise … and we actually did it,” he stated, seemingly in reference to the over $1.2 trillion bill recently signed by Old Uncle Joe this past November.
Charlamagne did end up stating that he was pleased to see this recent infrastructure plan pass but went on to state that “those are big broad things, and that’s great. But I’m talking about things … like the George Floyd Policing Act and … our voting rights,” making direct reference to the claim by the leftists that Republican states were egregiously infringing on the voting rights of minorities.
Buttigieg seemed to agree with this statement, going on, “You’re absolutely right. That work is not done. That work has to get done, and it’s acceptable where we are right now.”
Recently, the former candidate, and now secretary, was in the papers because of his appearance on “The View” when he stated his agreement that Florida’s “Parental Rights in Education” law would “kill kids.”
When questioned by Ana Navarro, a co-host of “The View,” on if he stood in agreement with his spouse, Chasten Buttigieg, in her stance that the Florida law could “kill kids,” Pete answered, “Yeah, he’s right, and I think every law ought to be judged for the effect it’s going to have on real people in real life. And I get the political reasons why they’re doing this.”
“I think about it and Chasten and I talk about this a lot,” Buttigieg stated to “The View”. “If our kids were in a classroom in a state where one of these laws passed.”
Buttigieg then went on to falsely claim that this new law would bar children of gay parents to talk with their educators about what they did “with their two dads.” In addition, he very incorrectly concluded that this law would also apply to all high school teachers. “Is the teacher supposed to, you know, a high school teacher supposed to go through every book and make sure that if there’s ever a picture of married couples in those books they tear out any page where it isn’t a straight couple?” The law in question is slated to only affect children from kindergarten through the third grade.