Buttigieg tells kids the writers of the Constitution didn’t realize slavery was bad

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Has anyone had enough of condescending moralist St. Pete Buttigieg, one of our more imperious Democrat candidates for president? Recently, he said Jesus would have likely been fine with abortion, late-term, whatever. He continuously claims he is the great Christian and appears to want to show the rest of us how to live as Christians. What he is preaching is not anything I learned in catechism classes.

St. Pete told school kids in a video today that “the people who wrote the Constitution did not understand that slavery was a bad thing.” Aside from his condescending attitude towards the great men who wrote our Constitution and fought for freedom at great cost, Buttigieg didn’t even bother to learn a little about how the Founding Fathers felt about slavery.

The people who wrote the Constitution, as he describes our Founding Fathers, were in a terrible position. If they abolished slavery in 1776, the south would not have joined the Revolution. The nation could not have survived. Even in 1812, the fragile new nation almost fell to the British — who do not have a Bill of Rights to this day .

Wiser, better-educated men than Buttigieg, the son of a famous communist professor, set the record straight.

GEORGE WASHINGTON AND THOMAS JEFFERSON

Ted Cruz went full-bore.

JOHN ADAMS

BEN FRANKLIN

ALEXANDER HAMILTON

JOHN JAY

Buttigieg wants to be President and literally doesn’t know much. The Founding Fathers were brilliant, eloquent, and self-sacrificing, unlike the politicians we see today. The founding fathers more than respected civil rights but felt they had to leave slavery to future generations. They did what they could and sacrificed much. They couldn’t start a Civil War.

Buttigieg is an idiot. Neither he nor his Democrat colleagues are fit for office. All they want to do is tear down our rule of law. That’s what Obama did and what Democrats will do again.


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