November 27, 2019
I don’t think these polls really mean very much at all, in general.
But it is very weird that a 37-year-old guy who has done nothing in his life other than be a mayor of a shitty town in Indiana would be doing this well. And the only reason he is doing this well is because he’s gay.
Political wunderkind Pete Buttigieg rocketed into second place in the Democratic presidential nomination race, polling showed Tuesday, with support for progressive ex-frontrunner Elizabeth Warren sliding as voters sour on her universal health care proposal.
Buttigieg, the moderate millennial mayor of South Bend, Indiana, leapfrogged the race’s main liberal candidates, Warren and fellow senator Bernie Sanders, to claim second behind the resilient national leader Joe Biden, according to Quinnipiac University’s latest poll.
Former vice president Biden leads with 24 percent among Democratic voters and independents who lean Democratic, a rise of three percentage points and a reclaiming of pole position since Quinnipiac’s last poll on October 24, when he trailed Warren.
Buttigieg jumped from 10 percent to 16 percent in that timeframe, while Warren’s support was halved, from 28 to 14 percent, and Sanders slid three points to 13 percent.
This demonstrates the extreme power that the gay mafia wields in politics, and in culture generally.
The amazing thing is that they have at least this much influence on the GOP. It isn’t as public – I don’t think the GOP would run a gay candidate right now – but there is serious muscle flexing going on in the background, getting organizations like TPUSA to support full analism.
Many right-wing publications are also controlled by gays, or at least heavily influenced by them.
Recently appearing on The Ralph Retort, conservative pundit Denise McAllister told the story of how she was run out of the conservative movement by gays. She said it was largely related to her conflict with Meghan McCain, who she described as a close friend of the gay mafia in Hollywood, which operates across political lines.
While many people view gays as a nuisance group intent on destroying traditional society, few grasp the depth of their institutionalized power.
I don’t think that Pete Buttigieg is going to get the Democrat nomination, but the fact that we’re even talking about him at all demonstrates the power that these homosexuals have over our institutions.