During the Supply Chain crisis, which was just one of many disasters coming out of the White House, many wondered where the Transportation Secretary, Pete Buttigieg, was during the growing situation. Come to find out, Buttigieg had left work for several months to celebrate his and his husband adoption of two babies. In short, Buttigieg was on paternity leave. Not entirely understanding the time off, Fox News’ Tucker Carlson questioned the Transportation Secretary, causing many to label the host “racist” and “homophobic.” But while those are often key words leading to censorship, Carlson shattered Buttigieg with a simple sentence.
Take a look.
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Not skipping a beat, the host suggested that the Transportation Secretary had to take so much time off with his husband due to him having to breastfeed. The sentence was so quick that it takes a couple of seconds for Carlson’s words to sink in. But by that time, the host had already moved on to the many other outlandish narratives surrounding Buttigieg.
Having already taken months off to celebrate the adoption, Buttigieg also harped on the importance of the Infrastructure Bill and how highways in America are somehow racist. That’s right, in the video below, Buttigieg tried to convince people that highways and interstates are racist in their design.
With the Democrats having already labeled Trump supporters, conservatives, and those against government overreach as “racist,” it appears that even the roads people drive on are playing a pivotal role in the spreading of racism across America.
This piece was written by Zach Heilman on February 18, 2022. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.
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