By Missy Crane | February 9, 2020
As Mayor Pete climbs in the polls after his controversial “win” in Iowa, more people are taking notice of him and that’s not helping him….at all. As a matter of fact, Pete Buttigieg is not standing up to the scrutiny very well – terrible, to be honest.
During the New Hampshire debate, Mayor Pete looked like a deer caught in headlights when he called out on his failed policies and leadership in his hometown of South Bend, Indiana.
Pete Buttigieg’s only legislative achievement as mayor was that he somehow made the city of South Bend more segregated than it already was. It’s cool that it’s taken eight debates for him to finally get called out on this. pic.twitter.com/y86eK9z5DS
— Eric (@khale_) February 8, 2020
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That was the first time that the 39-year-old mayor was called out for his cruddy performance as mayor and it did not go well for him. He can’t stand up to the pressure.
However, like all smug narcissists, Mayor Pete now thinks he’s the “unifier” of the Democrat Party. Obama Part II, or #WhiteObama as Twitter sarcastically calls him.
One win in Iowa and suddenly Pete Buttigieg is the self-proclaimed leader of the Dems and is telling people how to behave.
Needless to say, that didn’t go over very well at the New Hampshire Democrat Party Dinner, where thousands of voters gathered to hear one final pitch from the candidates before Tuesday’s primary.
You can watch the video below:
WATCH: Pete Buttigieg gets booed at the New Hampshire Democratic Party Dinner while hitting back at Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders during a speech. pic.twitter.com/eOOafitMOY
— The Hill (@thehill) February 9, 2020
Clearly, people have had it with his self-righteous pompous know-it-all.
Mayor Pete thinks he can “fake it” all the way to the White House – hiding his miserable record as mayor of a failing town behind fancy words and billion-dollar donors.
The people aren’t buying it.
This piece originally appeared on WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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