Atlanta native rebels against transexuaI culture in a stunning display of rugged individualism pic.twitter.com/5oDwJqz7cL— C O O M ?? A T L (@BasedinATL) October 26, 2019
CNN invites 9-year-old transgender boy to ask Sen. Warren a question pic.twitter.com/j0yuNG58qA— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) October 11, 2019
In a wild scene during @BetoORourke's segment, a black trans-woman named "Blossom" stole the mic from a mother and her trans elementary-age child and went on such an overboard rant that Don Lemon had to take the mic away multiple times. pic.twitter.com/tTznZytdg0— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) October 11, 2019
Black people still don’t seem to be warming up to Mayor Pete.
“ROCK HILL, S.C. — Addressing a conference of African-American church congregations in this vote-rich city, Pete Buttigieg quoted scripture on Sunday morning and extolled his “Douglass Plan” to combat racial inequities in America, one of several attempts this weekend to confront his strikingly low support among black voters.
But Mr. Buttigieg also undertook a delicate task before the African Methodist Episcopal worshipers. As a gay, married man addressing a denomination that does not allow same-sex marriage rites, he tried to seek common ground over being members of minority groups whose civil rights have come under attack. It was a nod to his sexuality, following the disclosure last week that the Buttigieg campaign held focus groups that found some black voters in South Carolina were uncomfortable with a gay man as president.
“All of us in different ways have been led to question whether we belong,” Mr. Buttigieg told the pews of black worshipers. “And I know what it is to look on the news and see your rights up for debate. All of us must extend a hand to one another. Because I also know what it is to find acceptance where you least expect it.”
As Mr. Buttigieg increasingly presents himself to Democrats as a younger, moderate alternative to former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., he is struggling badly to compete against one of Mr. Biden’s strengths: deep connections to black voters. Nowhere is that problem greater than in South Carolina, which votes fourth in the Democratic nomination fight in February and is the first state where black voters are decisive — a critical test that could be a prologue for primaries in March where African-Americans will also be influential.
A Monmouth poll of Democratic likely primary voters in South Carolina released last week found Mr. Buttigieg at 3 percent overall, with just 1 percent support from African Americans. …”
Is this too much social liberalism to swallow for black voters?
It sure seems so.
Now, if black voters can’t even stomach Pete Buttigieg’s gay marriage, how do you think they feel about progressive liberalism wanting to go pedal to the metal on eating bugs to stop climate change and transgenderism, gender fluidity and polyamory?