Seems like a strange idea for a campaign slogan.

Delivering a speech in South Carolina Monday, Democrat presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg declared that America was “never as great as advertised.”

The mayor of South Bend, Indiana insinuated that President Trump’s slogan – Make America Great Again – was designed to divide people and harken back to a time that wasn’t all that great in the first place.

“Our current president targeted with a message saying that we could find greatness by just stopping the clock and turning it back, and making America great again,” he said. “When that past that he is promising to return us to was never as great as advertised.”

 

Buttigieg emphasized that America wasn’t spectacular, “especially for marginalized Americans.”

Perhaps he is referring to those he believes should receive reparations, something Buttigieg has said he supports.

“The country as a whole is effectively segregated by race and the resources are different,” he explained back in April. “There is a direct connection between exclusion in the past and exclusion in the present.”

On Monday, he said of a once great America – “There’s no going back anyway.”

If there’s no going back, why should today’s Americans pay for the sins of their forefathers?

Joins Other Radical Dems in Hating America

Buttigieg gets a pass with the media because he’s managed to package his crazy in a manner that is palatable to the average viewer. But the ‘America isn’t all it’s cracked up to be’ crowd is prevalent in the Democrat party, and Buttigieg is just another member.

Obama’s attorney general, Eric Holder, recently asserted that American greatness “never in fact really existed.”

Cory Booker has said, “There’s things that are savagely wrong in this country.”

Socialist curmudgeon Bernie Sanders announced that “there is something fundamentally immoral and wrong about (America).”

Then there was the original anti-patriot in New York governor Andrew Cuomo …

 

Not the First Time Buttigieg Has Said This

Buttigieg’s comments are a rehashing of something he said just last month but slipped mostly under the radar.

He was once again attacking the ‘MAGA’ slogan saying “it comes from people who think the only way to speak to communities like ours is through resentment and nostalgia.”

“They’re selling an impossible promise of returning to a bygone era that was never as great as advertised to begin with,” Buttigieg added.

Why would he say these things?

One, he genuinely believes it as most Democrats do. Or two, he’s appealing to the radical base, a base which includes 20 percent of his party members who believe America hasn’t always been the greatest country on Earth.

Either way, this makes Buttigieg, a man the media is trying to portray as moderate and reasonable, just as radical as the others in his party.

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