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WATCH: Buttigieg’s Pastor Brother-in-Law Calls Pete’s Agenda “Anti-God”

by Paul Goldberg

While Pete Buttigieg fights to convince Democrats he’s the “moderate” with the best chance at defeating President Trump, one vote he will not be getting is from his own brother-in-law, Pastor Rhyan Glezman.

Appearing on Fox News with Tucker Carlson, Glezman said “Yeah, in the height of intellectual dishonesty for Pete to make claims that there’s no compatibility with being a Christian and voting for Trump. Pete, in fact, is the one who is pushing agendas and rhetoric that is against, clearly against Scripture.”

Glezman also believes Buttigieg is wrong on abortion.

“I’m just in a state of lament when you hear that we have someone running for commander in chief who can’t make a moral decision on whether to keep a child after it’s already been born or to have it killed. What kind of moral suggestions is he going to be given if he can’t come to an understanding of that? It’s just, it’s alarming.” Glezman continued “Just everything that Pete is pushing is, it’s anti-God. I’m just going to be honest with you. Nothing lines up with Scripture for him to make cases like to say that you cannot be a Christian and vote for Trump. He’s the one that is openly contradicting God’s word over and over.”

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Per TCO, During an exchange with Meghan McCain on “The View,” earlier this month, Buttigieg refused to disavow late term abortion or even McCain’x example of “infanticide.”

Meghan McCain:

I think the interpretation from pro-life people like me was that you meant [it was morally okay to abort] a baby actually being born … I just wanted you to clarify because I found that statement to be pretty radical.

Pete Buttigieg:

I’m just pointing to the fact that different people will interpret their own moral lights, and for that matter, interpret Scripture differently. But we live in a country where it is extremely important that no one person should have to be subject to some other person’s interpretation of their own religion …

Meghan McCain:

I think people, even Democrats — and there are a lot of pro-life Democrats in the country — want to know exactly where your line is …

Pete Buttigieg:

My point is that it shouldn’t be up to the government to draw the line. It should be up to the woman who is confronted with that choice. 

Meghan McCain:

So if a woman wanted to invoke infanticide after a baby is born, you’d be comfortable with that?

Pete Buttigieg:

If this is a late-term situation, then by definition, it’s one where a woman was expecting to carry the pregnancy to term. Then she gets the most perhaps devastating news of her life. We’re talking about families that may have picked out a name, maybe assembling a crib, and they learn something excruciating and are faced with this terrible choice. And I don’t know what to tell them morally about what they should do. I just know that I trust that her decision isn’t going to be any better, medically or morally … [if] the government is telling her to do it a certain way.

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Buttigieg suffered major backlash on social media for his answer.

This article first appeared on TheConservativeOpinion.com 

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