Dave Daubenmire, a conservative commentator who once referred to Pete Buttigieg as “Pete Buttplug” before wondering about his preferred sexual positions, has released a video saying it’d be “beyond wicked” to elect Buttigieg as president because of his “immoral” and “unnatural” sex life.
In his video, Daubenmire said, “Donald Trump sleeping with a thousand women — I don’t know — is a perfectly normal human response, but immoral. But Mayor Pete Buttplug — I said that again on purpose — what he is doing is not only immoral, it’s unnatural, it’s a crime against nature.”
Daubenmire, who has been hired in the past as a keynote speaker at an official GOP event, added, “If a man cannot figure out what to do with his sexual organs, he has no business being in the White House…. It doesn’t even make sense, yet people are actively considering allowing that man to be president of the United States. It’s beyond wicked.”
Here is Daubenmire’s video:
In the past, Daubenmire has also said, “We need to make homosexuality unthinkable again. It needs to go back in the closet.”
His is just the latest of disgusting attacks from far-right Christian figures on the gay Democratic presidential candidate.
After Buttigieg tackled the right’s hypocrisy for aligning themselves with the “porn star presidency” — a reference to Trump’s extra-marital affair with porn performer Stormy Daniels — former CNN contributor Erick Erickson said Buttigieg believes Jesus was OK with bestiality and Christian pundit Andrew Bieszad called Buttigieg a “sodomite” and the “King of Cocks.”
Evangelist Franklin Graham has accused Buttigieg of “flaunting’ his sexuality” just by existing acknowledging his husband in public and has also referenced the “death to gays” Bible verse when discussing Buttigieg. Failed GOP candidate and minister E.W. Jackson said Buttigieg and the “gay mafia” want “a homo-ocracy.”
Conservative activist and commentator Bryan Fischer said that it doesn’t matter if Buttigieg is a top or a bottom, he’s not getting into heaven.
Once at a campaign stop in Des Moines, Iowa, a religious protestor called Buttigieg a “baby killer” and shouted repeatedly “Remember Sodom and Gomorrah” after Buttigieg brought up his husband, Chasten.
Buttigieg said in response, “The good news is the condition of my soul is in the hands of God. But the Iowa caucuses are up to you.” The crowd erupted in laughter.