An interesting trend is that black churches in the South are opening their doors to Pete Buttigieg, an open homosexual running in the Democrat presidential primary, and even giving him the pulpit to address the congregation. In December, a black church in North Carolina hosted Buttigieg who told the congregation that he was there “to make myself useful.”
This past Sunday, another black church, this time, a Baptist church in South Carolina, First Baptist Church of James Island a few miles to the south in Charleston, also hosted Buttigieg.
To summarize this phenomenon, Pete Buttigieg walks into this church. They ask “can we help you?” He answers, “yes, I’m looking for the black vote. I seem to have found it.”
Thankfully, most blacks — and most people in general — see him as a phony and are taking no interest in him at all.