Buttigieg: If God belonged to a political party, ‘I can’t imagine it would be’ Republican

Buttigieg: If God belonged to a political party, ‘I can’t imagine it would be’ Republican
Pete Buttigieg, Al Sharpton (Image: Twitter screen grab)

[Ed. – A lot of ‘deep thinking’ going on in the Democratic Party.]

Pete Buttigieg, one of almost two dozen Democrats running for the White House, said he could not believe God would be a Republican if he belonged to a political party.

Buttigieg, 37, said he often speaks about his Episcopalian faith because it’s important to him and someone’s faith shouldn’t be used as a political weapon.

“It’s also important that we stop seeing religion used as a kind of cudgel, as if God belonged to a political party. And if he did, I can’t imagine it would be the one that sent the current president to the White House,” the South Bend, Ind., mayor told NBC.

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“God does not have a political party” is a line Buttigieg has often used on the campaign trail.

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