So the latest winner of the once-prestigious Presidential Medal of Freedom saw a Pete Buttigieg ad about struggling to explain Donald Trump to one’s children. (For the record, it’s super easy if you’re willing to use the words “shit-slurping,” “twatwaffle,” and “fuckstick” in front of a 3-year-old; good luck otherwise.)
Long story short, he thinks bragging about sexually assaulting women and making fun of disabled people is at worst on a par with entering into a loving same-sex marriage.
RUSH LIMBAUGH (HOST): So I saw a political ad, where Mayor Pete, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, going on and on and on and on and on, about how parents in America are struggling to explain President Trump to their children. And then I happen to see this — now, what are you shaking your head at in there? You think — natural conclusion — so he says Trump causes problems for parents, what about that? If you're not watching on the DittoCam, what it is, a picture of Mayor Pete kissing his husband — which he does frequently.
I don’t know about you, but explaining gay people to children seems really easy to me: “That’s Pete, and that’s his husband, Chasten. They’re married because they love each other.”
Explaining Trump requires a weekend seminar in how not to be an asshole. Does Trump University host those?
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