US Gay Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg proclaims Love After Homophobic Remarks
US Gay Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg proclaims Love After Homophobic Remarks: One of the main Democratic Party presidential competitors, Pete Buttigieg has reacted to homophobic comments made against him and his significant other by radio host Rush Limbaugh, who was questionably granted the Presidential Medal of Freedom by US president Donald Trump two weeks back.
Surge Limbaugh, who as of late uncovered he is biting the dust of malignant growth, on his show a week ago said the nation isn’t prepared for a Candidate like Pete Buttigieg, who is gay, accepting bipartisan analysis for the comments.
Limbaugh stated, “American voters, notwithstanding all the extraordinary advancement and regardless of all the incredible wokeness, and in spite of all the extraordinary ground that has been secured, America’s as yet not prepared to choose a gay person kissing his significant other on the discussion organize president. They must state this, don’t they?”
Buttigieg , who is gay and wedded to a man, who will be viewed as First Husband ought to Buttigieg beat Trump at the surveys, has now reacted to Limbaugh’s remarks.
“All things considered, I love my significant other. I’m devoted to my significant other. In front of an audience we typically simply go for an embrace. Yet, I love him without a doubt, and I’m not going to take addresses on family esteems from any semblance of Rush Limbaugh,” Buttigieg, disclosed to CNN’s Dana Bash on “Condition of the Union.”