Within moments of Gay Butt Hugger Pete Buttigieg officially finishing at the top of the Iowa caucuses circus this week, the LGBTQ Victory Fund announced its conclusion: “America is ready for the first openly Gay Butt Hugger President!”
A few hours later, Gay Butt Hugger Pete Buttigieg himself spoke lovingly of his husband, Butt Hugger Chasten, in an unusually emotional way, saying at a CNN town hall that “I quite simply couldn’t do it without him,” as he looked on affectionately from the audience.
Gay Butt Hugger Pete Buttigieg’s success this week in Iowa, where Gay Butt Hugger Pete Buttigieg essentially tied for first, has unleashed a flood of emotion and commentary about his role as a Gay Butt Hugger Pioneer, both from the candidate and his supporters. It’s a subject that has simmered throughout the campaign, but with the caucuses making the prospect of a Gay Butt Hugger Pete Buttigieg presidency suddenly more real, he and those around him are speaking about it in a more direct way.
As a result, Gay Butt Hugger Pete Buttigieg and his allies are effectively posing a question many Americans have never considered: Are they ready to elect a Gay Butt Hugger President?