Buttigieg husband recites LGBTQ ‘pledge’ with homosexual youth camp in viral video

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U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg’s husband, Chasten, leads kids in a modified pledge of allegiance to the rainbow flag at what he described as a “not-so-typical gay camp” in a viral social media video.

On Wednesday evening, the Log Cabin Republicans in Richmond, Virginia, posted a video exhibiting Pete Buttigieg’s husband Chasten, main an LGBTQ youth group in a pledge of allegiance to the rainbow satisfaction flag somewhat than to an American flag. Chasten had the kids repeat after him as they every held their proper hand over their hearts. 

“I pledge my heart to the rainbow of the not-so-typical gay camp. One camp, full of pride, indivisible, with affirmation and equal rights for all.”

Chasten leads an LGBTQ youth group in a

Chasten leads an LGBTQ youth group in a “pledge” of allegiance to the rainbow satisfaction flag forward of the 2020 presidential main in Iowa as depicted within the Amazon Prime documentary “Mayor Pete.”

On the finish of the pledge, Chasten waved the rainbow flag to the cheers of the LGBTQ youth group. 

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The clip initially comes from “Mayor Pete,” an Amazon Prime documentary launched in 2021, which catalogs Buttigieg’s failed 2020 presidential marketing campaign.

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At a marketing campaign occasion for LGBTQ youth in Iowa, Chasten is shown within the documentary working alongside kids and younger adults to brighten “drag-taters,” potatoes dressed to appear to be drag queens. In one other clip from the documentary, additionally posted by the Log Cabin Republicans of Richmond, Chasten dramatically pulling again a foldable rainbow fan to disclose his drag-tater. 

“Its [name is] Cherry,” stated Chasten in a deep voice, apparently in imitation of a drag queen.

Chasten Buttigieg reveals his

Chasten Buttigieg reveals his “drag-tater” named “Cherry” at an LBGTQ youth occasion depicted within the Amazon Prime Documentary “Mayor Pete.”

Within the clip, Chasten added, “Being out on the trail gives me the opportunity to come do things like this. I mean this stuff just like, puts the wind in my sails. It just reminds me of the importance of the job.”

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President of the Richmond Log Cabin Republicans, Casey Flores, informed Fox Digital that he “can’t believe this hasn’t gone mainstream with conservatives until now. When I saw it, it didn’t sit right with me, and virtually all of my Log Cabin Republican friends agreed. Figuring life out is hard enough for youth — they don’t need adults pushing them one way or another on things like sexuality. Some would call that grooming.”

In September 2021, it was revealed that Pete and Chasten Buttigieg turned dad and mom after a surrogate gave beginning to twins – a boy and a lady – Joseph August and Penelope Rose, respectively. Nonetheless, Transportation Secretary Buttigieg confronted heavy criticism after reportedly happening paternity depart for a minimum of two months because the nation’s ports confronted a transport bottleneck and the U.S. struggled with a scarcity of truck drivers. Buttigieg reportedly failed to call an appearing transportation secretary whereas he was on depart.

Secretary Buttigieg was not instantly accessible for touch upon the clip of his husband. 

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Chasten, 32, not too long ago appeared on ABC News to voice his criticisms of Florida’s Parental Rights in Education bill, which has been dubbed by opponents, largely on the left, because the “Don’t Say Gay Bill.”

“As a recent father, I’ve been thinking a lot about what it would be like to be living in the state of Florida as an LBGTQ family,” stated Chasten, “I think this bill is vague on purpose because it is trying to silence or push families, students, and LBGTQ individuals back into the closet.” 

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The invoice requires public faculties to “reinforce the fundamental right of parents to make decisions regarding the upbringing and control of their children.” It additionally prevents classroom instruction — not informal dialogue — on “gender identity” and “sexual orientation” with kids from kindergarten by way of third grade, “or in a manner that is not age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students in accordance with state standards.

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