Ep 446 | Creepy Pete Buttigieg Is Obsessed with Murder


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Pete Buttigieg’s interpretation of the Bible could not be more incorrect. The sick way this man tries to twist the Good Book to justify the murder of babies is an abomination. His primary concern after an abortionist was discovered to have kept the body parts of thousands of babies was to make sure women can keep killing their kids. SICK! Then, birthright citizenship made sense when it was first implemented, but now it’s being used against us by our enemies. Trump needs to follow through on his promise to end it.

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