Radical LGBT activists that now make up the base of the Democratic Party have made Chick-fil-A their sworn enemy.
Hating the Christian fast food chain has become a litmus test for Democrat Presidential candidates.
And this Democratic candidate said something about Chick-fil-A that put the final nail in the coffin of his presidential campaign.
Pete Buttigieg is the openly homosexual mayor of South Bend, Indiana.
So far, his campaign for the Democrat nomination has been an afterthought.
But he slipped up this week when he went on a nationally syndicated radio show called “The Breakfast Club,” and had the gall to admit that he liked Chick-fil-A’s food.
The LGBT activists that make up the Democrat Party’s base erupted with anger.
They see any positive comments about Chick-fil-A as unforgivable.
NBC News reports:
Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, said he does not approve of Chick-fil-A’s politics, but “kind of” approves of its chicken.
“Maybe if nothing else, I can build that bridge,” the openly gay 2020 presidential hopeful said on the syndicated radio show, “The Breakfast Club” on Tuesday. “Maybe I’ll become in a position to broker that peace deal.”
His comments drew laughs from the show’s hosts, but are sparking different reactions among some in the LGBTQ community.
Matthew Riemer, an LGBTQ historian and author of the forthcoming book “We Are Everywhere: Protest, Power and Pride in the History of Queer Liberation,” said Buttigieg missed an opportunity to condemn a company with a legacy of financially backing anti-LGBT organizations.
Democrat primary voters are eating their own.
They’re triggered by a successful Christian chicken sandwich restaurant.
Extreme leftists have driven the party so far to the Left, they’re shooting themselves in the foot.
Not only has the Left started attacking their own candidates, but they are also alienating voters that don’t accept their radical ideology.
But that is good news for President Trump’s re-election chances.
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