Don’t let the “Aw, shucks” boyish Midwestern looks fool you. The former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, is just as radical and at the extreme fringes of the Left as anything that’s ever been vomited up by Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, or Ilhan Omar.
Buttigieg has already made quite clear that he want to splurge billions of hard earned tax dollars on healthcare for the millions who have already entered this nation illegally. Hizzoner has already made clear that the taxpayers would pickup the medical tab for those in the future who enter the nation illegally.
Not ending there, his own official website touts a hare-brained idea to add 1 million more federal employees for more Socialist bureaucracies known as the Climate Corps, the Community Health Corps, and the Intergeneraltional Service Corps.
One need not be a genius to see how many more federal regulations would be resurrected by Buttigieg’s Climate Corps after President Trump has already axed them. Then there’s the massive government takeover of healthcare with the hundreds of thousands of federal workers to be signed-on to the Community Health Corps and the Intergeneraltional Service Corps.
A MASSIVE federal take over of everything home healthcare related… what could go wrong? (Sarcasm off.)
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But then there’s Buttigieg slamming all 63 million Americans who voted for Trump as “racists.” No provisions, no extenuating circumstances, no exceptions. All you Trumpers are simply racists… period. So sayeth St Pete. End of story.
As seen in the video below, Buttigieg was interviewed by CNN’s Jake Tapper (who, to his credit, actually asked some rather hard questions of the candidate);
“Republicans have been seizing, including in a new Trump ad, a statement you made that ‘Anyone who supported this president is, at best, looking the other way on racism.’ You’ve also said that on my show. That’s almost 63 million Americans who you’re painting with a pretty broad brush. Do you regret saying that at all?”
To wit, Buttigieg responded without hesitation;
“No. I’m very concerned about the racial division that this president has fostered, and I’m meeting a lot of voters who are no longer willing to look the other way on that, looking for a new political home.”