Pete Buttigieg: Supreme Court ruling is a big step forward

Pete Buttigieg: Supreme Court ruling is a big step forward 1

 

Former Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg reacts to the Supreme Court decision prohibiting discrimination against gay and transgender people.
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63 Comments on "Pete Buttigieg: Supreme Court ruling is a big step forward"

  1. DILSHOD MEDIA TV | June 16, 2020 at 9:55 AM | Reply

    Good morning

  2. After 2 weeks of protests we can go back to buying clothes made by a child labourer in China with no health and safety considerations for about 30 cents a day and find it satisfying we have got a good deal

  3. Oh wow, I remember this guy! I think he ran for prez once. So so long ago it seems

  4. Can still be fired for having the wrong opinion about politics.

  5. November can’t come soon enough……….

    • @D. S. You still don’t understand why he got elected in the first place. We were tired of professional sounding and acting politicians. We wanted someone like our buddy bubba from the bar that tells it like it is and doesn’t put up with the B.S. that liberals want to force on to us. Stop treating illegals and gays and snowflakes as if they are special. He has handled the pandemic better than any democrat could have even t6hought of. Plus you don’t vote for someone because of their character you vote for the bottom line. The economy and freedom. He has done more for minorities then any other president in history yet you all listen to the mob media and believe them I really feel sorry for you.

    • stickytourbus | June 16, 2020 at 11:51 AM | Reply

      D. S.
      *_I’m Boe Jiden and I sniffed and fondled this message._*

      Dignity. 😂

      -freedom- Liberty
      -legal rule- Constitution
      -democracy- Republic

      Liberty. Constitution. Republic.

    • Red wave. People are seeing Democrat cities under weak leadership being destroyed and don’t want the same thing happening to them where they live.

    • Trevor Guthrie | June 16, 2020 at 12:00 PM | Reply

      @D. S. Think it over carefully.
      3 carrier strike groups are now deployed in the Pacific ocean.
      https://www.c7f.navy.mil/

    • Barbara Monahan | June 16, 2020 at 3:02 PM | Reply

      @D. S. Dignity and good ole common sense!

  6. Finally

  7. That man has a calming effect on my blood pressure.

    • Cainhurst Noble | June 16, 2020 at 1:01 PM | Reply

      Really? He’s a fraud. A republican pretending to be a democrat and you people eat it up because you’re fooled by a single wedge issue.

    • Cainhurst Noble
      Bernie is an independant socialist, Pete is a lifelong democrat. Calling someone a republican from your standing is laughable.

    • B
      okhttps://youtu.be/oT6aLBBRhGAJ

  8. that man has a calming effect on my johnson

  9. Bigotry manifests itself in different ways but still the same judgement of values by one over another

  10. YOU FORGOT that Lindsey Graham is gay.

  11. This is America where it’s constitutionally guaranteed that everyone had the right to Life, Liberty and the Persuit of Happiness it doesn’t include any exclusion clauses. It doesn’t say (unless).

  12. Fock Religion | June 16, 2020 at 12:11 PM | Reply

    I’ve been fighting for this since the 1960’s. It is a disgrace that a Supreme Court decision has taken this long. You still can not change people’s hearts. If you are young, you might think this is great. I find it incredibly sad to have taken this long. Even though it is a law, too many people are still totally ignorant and do and will discriminate. Too many still ostracize and stay willfully ignorant.

  13. josie faubert | June 16, 2020 at 12:19 PM | Reply

    Finally caught up to Canada 👍🏽

  14. Though the Supreme Court decision is a big deal, what’s unfortunate is that it displays just how far behind the United States is that it is a decision just now occurring in 2020. The country that constantly claims to be number one in the world continues to display how far behind it is. It’s a country that is not inclusive of all of its own citizens. The recent protests are attempting to bring attention to a considerable cross-section of Americans who feel living in the United States has continued to be what hurts them most. Claims of being the best should motivate an awareness and at the very least a willingness to then provide the best for its citizens, and that continues to be a discussion that should have taken place long ago.
    Countries like Canada, a neighbour not that far away is far more progressive and has addressed protections and had them in
    place decades ago. The Canadian Human Rights Act was amended to specifically include sexual orientation as one of the prohibited grounds of discrimination in 1996, twenty-four years ago. Same-sex marriage in Canada was legally recognized with the enactment of the Civil Marriage Act in 2005, fifteen years ago. Canadians also enjoy healthcare, no matter their income level, all Canadians have access to healthcare at all times. In 1969, the Criminal Law Amendment Act legalized abortion, and it’s not a continuing discussion threatening to take it away as a result of a new administration. Once it has become law it stays in place. Canadians don’t have to sell their homes if they get sick when they need the comfort of their own home the most. They don’t pay thousands to have a child, there are no extra fees and new parents get up to 18 months parental leave from their jobs with protections in place that guarantee them that job or its equivalent upon their return. The United States continues to appear as if it’s attempting to go back in time.

  15. MALIBU, CA—In a moment of victory for the LGBTQ+ movement, James Cameron revealed in a recent interview that the Terminator, beloved central character of the Terminator franchise, is actually gay.

    • BigBadJerry Rogers | June 16, 2020 at 8:54 PM | Reply

      That was obvious. By the last installment the terminator was doing drapes. I’m not even making that up.

  16. They need to pass the equality act, ban conversion therapy nationwide and remove the blood donation discriminative policy for LGBTQ !

  17. Welcome to the 20th century America, even though it’s almost a quarter of the way through the 21st.

  18. Live as you wish by the law of the land, but prepared yourself for the kingdom of God and obey his law now!

  19. yeah, a big step forward towards God’s judgement

  20. South Bend: Where the men are men and the sheep are nervous.

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