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'This is pretty stunning': Looks like Pete Buttigieg has really 'evolved' on religious freedom

Pete Buttigieg is supposedly one of the Democrats’ more palatable POTUS options, but his B.S. is getting increasingly difficult to swallow:

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More from the Washington Free Beacon:

“Buttigieg is an outspoken advocate of the Equality Act—critically important, bipartisan legislation that would finally provide clear protections against discrimination for LGBTQ people across the country,” [Human Rights Campaign] said in a Tuesday release.

House Democrats introduced the Equality Act in March. It would strike down religious freedom protections for private citizens if they exercised their consciences in running their own businesses. It is designed to trump Religious Freedom Restoration Acts at the state and federal level, according to critics. Greg Baylor, director of the Center for Religious Schools at the non-profit Alliance Defending Freedom, said he agrees that “our laws should respect the constitutionally guaranteed freedoms of every citizen,” but said the legislation “fails to meet this basic standard.”

“This federal law would force Americans to participate in events and speak messages that violate their core beliefs,” he said. “We should reject laws that single out and punish citizens on the basis of their peacefully expressed beliefs.”

The Buttigieg campaign did not respond to requests for comment.

Of course they didn’t respond. Because if they did, they’d have a whole lotta ‘splaining to do.

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There’s that … and then there’s this:

Mayor Pete knows where his bread is buttered. Or, rather, where his cake is frosted. He’ll evolve in any way he needs to in order to win the nomination.

And just for the record:

So much evolution.

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