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Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg brother-in-law, the campaign throws the fake of his family’s past for political purposes — that the alleged misrepresentation that he says led to his death-threats.
Rhyan Glezman said in The Washington examiner, according to a Washington Post article described how his younger brother, Chastise, Buttigieg, now married to Pete, was forced out of the family home and rejected by his brothers.
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“The mayor of a small town and be a husband, a child, and grew up with nothing, and his parents have thrown him out … makes it a perfect political story for the campaign,” he told the examiner in his Church in Clio, Michigan, where he is pastor. “For me, this is very sad. If you like, you’re not fit to be President of the United States.”
The Post reports that Chastise, was met with silence, when he and his family, he told gay was, with his brother, to say: “No brother of mine…” Chastise, in turn, according to the Post, Packed his bags and went. The outlet reported that during the his parents, finally reached out and reconciled with him (and went with him down the aisle to his wedding), that it is not so easy, with his brothers.
But Glezman said in the Post that while he is against gay marriage, he doesn’t love his brother: “I just know, the support of the gay lifestyle”.
He echoed that sentiment to the examiner: “you can change. Just because we do not change a difference of opinion.”
Glezman said that, while Chasten, left the house, after coming out, “there is nothing on the family was said that he had to go.” He also rejected the idea that the family was poor, and claimed, Chastise, plays the “victim card” for political purposes. The Post article says, like her father, Terry Glezman, grew up in poor circumstances and the Glezman “life and not much more,” while most of the Chastise childhood.
“The story makes it look as if he came from nothing, a poor family,” he said. “Chastise, had everything, from mobile phones paid paid the car insurance.”
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But he says the claims have led to hate-filled messages online, including one that he said he should go, “wood and kill me.”
Glezman said The examiner that he had for President Trump in 2016, and although he has voted for Democrats in the past, he would not vote for his brother-in-law.
“That’s not because he’s gay,” he said. To write “if you want, the Electoral College, if you want to change, the composition of the Supreme Court, if you want to open up their borders and not any of the process, its extreme view on abortion … these are things that are very important to me.”
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Buttigieg, mayor of South Bend., Ind., his presidency began candidacy strongly, going from a relatively unknown candidate to a Democratic star within a couple of months.
Butin the last months, his polling numbers dive as more candidates enter the race. A Quinnipiac University poll this month found Buttigieg support at 5 percent (10 percent in the group of the April survey. A Fox News poll this month, Buttigieg polling showed at 6 percent.