Mayor Pete is a movie about Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg and his husband, who changed history. Amazon Studios is making the film about Buttigieg’s attempt at being the youngest president and the first homosexual president.
If Amazon Studio’s wanted to make a movie about the youngest presidential candidate, they could have picked William Jennings Bryan, who led a more remarkable life than Buttigieg has ever lived.
Bryan got the presidential nomination in 1896 at the age of 36. At the “Cross of Gold” speech, Bryan said, “you shall not press down on the brow of labor this crown of thorns. You shall not crucify mankind on a cross of gold.”
Sounds familiar with the Democrat party of today. It is continuously printing more money to cover expenses and tax you for it.
The sensational relationship between Buttigieg and politics is that he’s part of the LGBTQ+ community. That’s why there’s a move being made. Much like “Milk,” the idea of LGBTQ+ political figures is hard to find, and that’s a large voter base for the Democrat party.
While it’s honorable that Buttigieg served as a Lieutenant in the Navy Reserve, his lack of accomplishments in his current position is worth noting.
I think anyone with the right mind would be more interested in seeing “Mayor Pete” than seeing “Fauci,” which is about Dr. Anthony Fauci’s life. Of course, it skips the part where he got the AIDS virus wrong, the testing on dogs, and the Wuhan Institute of Virology lab leak.
The audience has already weighed in on “Fauci,” giving it a 2% audience rating. We’ve heard enough from Fauci. His following speech should be in front of a judge to explain why he lied to Congress about gain-of-function and his knowledge of the Wuhan lab leak.
The supply chain crisis still needs to be addressed, and the Covid-19 philanthropist Fauci still needs to be investigated while these two are profiting from a movie.