Pete Buttigieg is Wrong About Everything | Many Peters⁷¹

Pete Buttigieg is Wrong About Everything | Many Peters⁷¹


hey you I am a mayor Peter
I live 36 miles from sulfon Indiana where Peabody judge candidate for
president is mayor there are 102 thousand people in the city and for the
2011 mayoral election Pete Buddha judge got just under eleven thousand votes in
2015 he was reelected with about eight thousand votes both times his Republican
challenger got around 2000 he announced he wouldn’t seek re-election and the
2019 election the first post buddah judge election is when things changed
not for Democrats though the Democratic candidate won with about nine thousand
votes it changed for Republicans though who more than doubled their number of
votes getting over 5,400 people saying let’s try a Republican this time grim
but from a broad perspective perhaps a bit familiar to turned Democrat leaves
office while the right is suddenly and surprisingly finding its footing
there’s no electoral college in South Bend though so the person who won the
popular vote well won the election this one’s really pessimistic right off the
bat isn’t it in South Bend the downtown area is undergoing renovation with the
old Studebaker factory having been renovated into a Tech Center thanks to
the city an entrepreneur and a number of banks I spent some time trying to find
exactly what Tech Center means in relation to this building but the most I
can really find is that it will be the largest mixed-use technology campus in
the Midwest which really means nothing seems like they kind of want to make a
shiny building and hope tech companies move in to me it’s also where Pete
Buddha judge lost his campaign for president
cool according to a CNBC report from April residents in the area say they see
little of the mayor and lament the flow of City dollars they see headed into
neighborhoods they view as already well-off as they are left to struggle
amid rising gun and absent city services CJ Neely a
black 16 year old who lives several miles away from the shiny buildings
meant to attract tech giants like Mark Zuckerberg who Pete gave a tour of the
city in 2017 said of the area in South Bend he lives in and I quote this sh*it
looks the same every time I walk through here he’s improved sh*t Shaun White a
24-year old black man from South Bend’s West Side had similar feelings again
here’s the quote ain’t sh*t changed how is he gonna run the whole country if you
can’t even get your city right first the hills morning political program risings
interview with South Bend Indiana Councilman elect Henry Davis jr. who ran
against Pete in the 2015 Democratic primary illuminated this situation
further pains the first got elected mayor you have to believe that he has
spent a simple mind time ran for DNC chair he went to Afghanistan now he’s
run for president while still getting paid dollars for being there’s the South
Bend and so I don’t know how much I’m he’s actually been in stop then to you
know say that he’s been the mayor and he’s working to assure a better future
for the city of South Bend because he’s never been here it’s not here I mean
you’re talking about double digit unemployment high crime schools are
closing within the black areas his only motivation or thought of how the
improvement is the demolished homes and black areas near tarma very high poverty
you know over 40% household median incomes are like $16,000 a year I mean
and that people one about the numbers and different things that he has not
provided any like alternative to these issues that we’re dealing with here so
what is going through like really be a problem if he becomes the president of
United States and this is this track record in him saying that look I didn’t
know I don’t know it’s not an excuse at this point I think that that even makes
it even worse the councilman’s testimony the CNBC report as well as
other reporting from Ryan grim at the intercept and Jonathan Larson at TYT
investigates seemed to indicate that first Pete has a friendliness to
business particularly tech business but also a lack of consideration for South
Bend Indiana residents further it indicates a very serious problem with
race with documents indicating Pete forced out South Bend’s first black
police chief at the request of a high-dollar campaign donor which as they
say yikes now I’m gonna try to summarize this as best as is possible but quickly
practicing that this is long and completely bananas that this controversy
alone hasn’t completely sunk mayor Pete’s presidential campaign background
information first just after becoming mayor Pete learned of the existence of
secret recordings of police phone calls that happen pretty much by a tech
accident ironically enough given the whole tech thing the contents of these
recordings were senior white police officers using racist language most
specifically against the city’s first ever black police chief Daryl Boykins
who had been given the position five years prior federal prosecutors were
investigating Boykins role in the recording of these phone calls and after
that investigation the recordings were again deemed essentially an IT accident
and Boykins was not charged with anything which is not gonna shock you as
the story continues during this sequence of events Pete Buddha judge claims not
to have listened to the recordings because it might violate federal
wiretapping laws in week 13 of his South Bend mayorship Pete forced Boykins his
resignation supposedly because of Boykins its handling of these secret
recordings now I’m not going to say that being black makes a cop good because he
doesn’t but Boykins was well liked by the community for his outreach
specifically for spending time with young people teaching them sports
teaching life skills etc and knowing this you might be able to understand why
this pissed off the population of South Bend which is a little over 1/4 black
and regardless of race votes overwhelmingly Democrat in response to
this outrage Peabody judge demoted Boykins
instead of firing him now to me without any further context this is bad enough
keeping in mind Boykins was cleared of wrongdoing initially Buddha judge pushed
him to resign then instead demoted him when he realized he wouldn’t get away
with that TYT investigates reporter Jonathan Larson uncovered a report
describing the contents of those secret recordings which was filed by a police
employee who is tasked with listening to them the recordings contained several
white police officers plotting to leverage connections with two donors to
Pete’s mayoral campaign to convince Pete to fire Boykins
here’s part of the segment TYT aired on September 16th after de Pape filed a
wrongful termination suit the City Attorney’s sent her a list of questions
about the tapes and she answered describing in detail what she heard in
these recordings TYT investigates has seen the documents revealing what she
heard and here’s what they said the documents reveal that in February of
2011 two white police officers were heard discussing a campaign to get rid
of Boykins with Budaj donors acting as go-betweens in April the officers say
they believed Budaj is unaware of the plan and they expect
the little effing squirt as one calls him to win the mayoral nomination after
he does win a third officer in June reports hearing directly from Buda judge
that Boykins is done some of the officers involved from both the SBPD and
the County homicide unit made up of police from South Bend and its suburbs
were recorded discussing Boykins in racist terms using Ebonics in reference
to him and other black people to black police officers are named as either a
target for removal or the subject of racist rhetoric as we know from a moment
ago Pete did do exactly what these officers were saying he would do at the
behest of donor pressure I want to say again that Pete claims not to have heard
the contents of these recordings though other evidence
indicates he probably knows what is on them his City Attorney’s officials
acting on behalf of Buda judge to be clear questioned the employee I
mentioned earlier who was assigned to listen to the recordings about the
contents of them which calls in which calls into question the I which calls
into question the idea that Pete could have no knowledge about the contents
doesn’t it his donors of course also deny involvement but police officers
plotted this and it happened in a very similar manner to their plot which one
of their officers even claimed to have knowledge that Boykins would be fired
not long before he was basically if you ask me all parties know more than they
are letting on and in my opinion the best case scenario is that the corrupt
racist police leverage Pete’s donors to do a racist thing which Pete did and
that exposes the unacceptable relationship between Pete and his donors
I absolutely do not believe Pete has no idea about this plot though to be clear
on a podcast in 2014 Buda judge said I had the benefit of a great experience at
McKinsey as a consultant where I was exposed to a lot of different ideas and
ways of solving problems it’s my opinion that this is among the worst ways to
solve a problem though speaking of McKenzie Pete Buda judge has repeatedly
used his time in McKinsey as a means to sell himself to businesses and donors
who are worried a Democrat would be against them but he never said what he
did exactly supposedly because he’s under an NDA according to BuzzFeed news
for the lay an NDA is a nondisclosure agreement which keeps him from talking
about it Mackenzie is a consulting firm who has helped us manage the logistics
of their concentration camps according to extensive reporting done by Pro
Publica McKinsey proposed inhumane cuts in spending for food and medical care as
well as accelerated the deportation and circumvented due process and they did
these things actively ignoring any human cost incurred according to Ben choose
2014 reporting on McKenzie they consulted for corporate plan T scheme
and Ron and fully endorsed the dubious accounting methods that caused the
company to implode in 2001 as well as their involvement in numerous other
accounting scandals McKinsey has done over 600 projects for the Kingdom of
Saudi Arabia including identifying dissidents for them to arrest McKinsey
continued association with the kingdom even after their agents killed and
dismembered a Washington Post reporter the list goes on and on about McKinsey
but this isn’t about them it’s about Buddha judge Pete’s touting of his
affiliation with McKinsey should tell us everything we need to know about him to
be clear McKinsey is just one of many awful terrible organizations this
country is sh*t out to help rich people get richer and screw over poor and
marginalized people both here and abroad it is a brutal company that is no doubt
responsible through their consulting for the deaths of plenty of innocent people
Peake did consulting work for them for three years and he cannot talk about it
you know who potentially could though Donald Trump McKinsey technically does
consulting work for him visa vie his administration remember I mean Trump and
I sir like this so I wonder what could leak I wonder what Pete was involved in
during his time at McKinsey and company at this point that NDA is more for
pete’s protection than Mackenzie’s if it were to ever become convenient for
McKinsey and company to make that information public it’s at McKinsey and
company’s discretion and they would control how documents they release get
framed at very least initially you think they couldn’t cleverly shift the blame
of whatever their company’s actions are on to Pete in this atomized
individualist fetishization we call American society and hey you know what
would be not the most corrupt thing Donald Trump has done in office
ask a company his government employees to turn over documents and also Trump
just plain doesn’t care about looking corrupt although you might be able to
make that same argument about Pete who attempted to explain his dismal poll
with black voters away by organizing a focus group with black voters who just
happen to be homophobic and leaking the results heavily implying that black
people are just homophobic and that’s why they don’t like Pete who is gay but
I promise you no human being gives a sh*t because aside from his political
career Pete is just an agonizingly boring human being then there’s the
Douglass plan the Douglass plan is yet another set of neoliberal platitudes
coming from another consultant candidate ultimately meant to confuse people who
don’t have context into thinking that Budaj somehow cares about black people
despite two mayoral terms full of evidence he was indifferent at best
until he needed them to become president it is yet another list of wonky nonsense
that actually includes student loan deferment and forgiveness too Pell Grant
recipients who go on to start businesses that employ at least three people that’s
right people who managed to succeed people who actually employ other people
people who are considerably less likely to need student debt Forgiveness get it
if they got a Pell Grant meaning if they started out poor and lucked out so many
times they now employ other people so almost no one anyways aside from how
underwhelming the Douglass plan is Pete and his campaign claimed to get over 400
endorsements for this plan sending out press releases and very quickly soaking
up media attention his plan saturated media coverage the morning it was
released and people were led to believe he had a comprehensive plan with 400
black voters and officials from South Carolina endorsing it and it was
bullsh*t at the top of the press release three prominent supposed supporters were
named Columbia City Councilwoman Tameka Devine state Rep ivory Thigpen and chair
of the State party’s black caucus Johnny Cordero Devine immediately spoke out
saying she did not endorse Budaj or anyone but she simply supported the
plan the quote directly from her actually was clearly from the number of
calls I received about my endorsement I think the way they put it out there
wasn’t clear that it was an endorsement of the plan not of
Buddha judge and and may have been intentionally vague representative
Thigpen also spoke out mentioning that he had already formally endorsed Bernie
Sanders and his even co-chair of his South Carolina campaign as for the 400
black endorsements two interesting things about them first at very least
100 of them are actually white people Buddha judge campaign must have thought
that would Pat the number second they contacted a bunch of people about the
plan and then sent out an email saying if you do not want your name included
please let us know by 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time today basically thanks for checking
out our bold and comprehensive plan we’re going to use her name as an
endorsement if you don’t tell us not to within a few hours the endorsements were
opted out his other policies are no better his arguments against Medicare
for all in free college have amounted to but then rich people get to use them
coincidentally when he talks about these issues these are the only times rich
people can ever actually be a problem you want to know my rebuttal to this the
point is to use progressive taxation to pay for these programs meaning rich
people are for the most part going to be the ones paying for them so when Pete
says I don’t think free public college is a good idea because I don’t want poor
people paying for rich people’s kids to go to college he is flat-out lying rich
people are paying for it and you know what I think that should also entitle
them to use it I completely agree with Sanders slogan
billionaires shouldn’t exist but they do exist right now and if they pay for
public college and really want to send their kids there rather than Harvard or
other places they could probably afford I think they should be able to really
it’s them paying for our kids college then there’s this I’m also concerned
about a narrative emerging that ignores the fact that not everybody goes to
college this is not the same thing as K through 12 this is not the same thing as
Social Security because college is not for everybody yeah so that’s just
outwardly ridiculous you know why not everyone goes to college because not
everyone can afford college and yes I’m fully aware that some people would still
not go and that’s fine nothing wrong with those people they
don’t have to if they don’t want to but this statement is just totally bereft of
any real class consideration despite how much it wants to appear populist college
is not for everybody and added that he wants a viable path to a good paying job
for people who don’t go to college a good question to ask with this is why
his higher education plan doesn’t cover trade schools which Bernie Sanders plan
does punishing the rich by punishing the poor is just pure fantasy let’s say
Medicare for all haves our health care cost per capita so that for each person
we’re spending between five to six thousand dollars on health care so if we
pass Medicare for all that five to six thousand dollars is mostly coming out of
people’s pockets for whom five to six thousand dollars is not life or death we
would have a progressive tax bracket as I said as well as various other things
like a two percent tax on Wall Street speculation poor people don’t get hit
middle class people pay a fraction of what they do now and people who make
sh*t loads of money get taxed more now let’s say we don’t pass it we’re paying
11,000 to 12,000 dollars per person and rich people have insurance so they’re
fine poor people either don’t have insurance or have sh*tty insurance and
many end up on the hook for way more than $11,000 which they will never pay
back because they don’t have money and in this private system right now 60% of
the budget is public money if we have the per capita with a single-payer
system the overall cost of the taxpayer goes down not up this point gets made
all the time so I don’t want to go too far into it but I want to remind you
that universal programs don’t create the kind of resentment partial programs do
Universal means shared experience it means if you need it you have it doesn’t
matter if you’re a dollar below the poverty line or a dollar over you get it
because you are a person that means it’s going to be much harder to get rid of a
universal program it’s going to be a much more popular program because
nobody’s saying hey that guy gets it for doing less than me it’s not going to be
easy to Cassatt but it would be much harder to
take it away and although universal programs would be
a step in the right direction that we need to fight very hard for I mean big
steps in D commodifying a huge sector of the American economy they are not an
overall fundamental change in our capitalist mode of production which is
going to be harder to make come to pass than any of this but it’s going to be
worth it so why not start here Pete Buddha judge is a step in the other
direction he’s a step away from meaning from a life that isn’t just about
collecting payment for completing tasks broken up by leisure time that you
probably want to use sleeping he’s more of this same metrics obsessed lip
service to whatever group is making noise at the time corporate
establishment style crap that gave us Donald Trump but speaking of Trump
Pete’s got one thing Hillary Clinton didn’t in 2016 let me tell you what I
mean by that making this video I got frustrated sifting through the various
threads of aweful for a lack of a better word by no means is my summary here
exhaustive we could probably go on with this for quite a while I mean gee
Whitey’s reporting on the police issues in South Bend is pretty wild and in June
of this year a white police officer turned off his body camera then shot and
killed a black man who he claims had a knife but has no evidence to support
this remember this police force is the same
one that according to the recordings that Pete Buddha judge claims he has no
idea the contents of has a racism problem I mean whether it’s negligence
trying to stay uninvolved to keep myself clean or just a blindness to racism Pete
really screwed the pooch and South Bend still that’s one angle I could literally
do a video just about South Bend and that’s not really an exhaustive primer
on how much Buddha judge sucks there’s just too much this dude is a piece of
sh*t and it’s to the point where it’s actually exhausting if I’m honest I
think that’s why he’s doing well it’s hard to parse all of this sh*t as one
thing I can remind you of one candidate that is benefited from this kind of
obfuscating haze before Donald Trump now I’m not a person who typically loves
digging through some individuals history the truth is most people don’t really
have the kind of power necessary for their actions to seriously impact say a
city of a hundred thousand people most people are not running for the highest
position in the federal government which presides over a population of over three
hundred thirty million people either most people are subjects to that power
and us seeing each other’s flaws empathetically is important and not just
for building solidarity but also for overcoming those flaws themselves as
well but mayor Pete has held that power Pete Buddha judge has not built a
movement he’s ignored a city Peabody judge has at very least negligently hurt
the black community ignoring people and bulldozing housing in their communities
to gentrify mean beautify Pete Buddha judge has done work he’s contractually
obligated not to talk about for a genuinely bloodthirsty evil company
he’s an elitist Peabody judge thinks college isn’t for everyone
college is not for everybody which given his arguments against tax funded public
college are pretty similar to his arguments against Medicare for all he
must think health care isn’t for everyone as well not only can this guy
never be president we have to fight for some level of decency and policy that is
attempting to shift away from this paradigm itself I ask that you vote for
Bernie Sanders who is the opposite of this junk
we’ve been talking about for a while if you need more about that see my
endorsement video but if your state doesn’t have open primaries please
consider registering as a Democrat to help nominate this man he understands it
is not about him he understands it it is about us the people and he is the only
one even vaguely close to understanding that so let’s do this now time for the
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  2. I live near South Bend, and all I hear from everyone is how shitty their education is. Why won’t Pete fix this? I know it’s not simple, but an educated work force is the first step towards a more productive city. But they continue to be under funded, and my peers keep suffering because of it.

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  3. both you and thoughtslime did the "start a take three times in a row after getting the first one wrong" thing and both times i was worried i was having a ceisure

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  4. Holy shirtballs! Peter lives anywhere in my general vicinity?! I fangirled out for a moment!

    Back to what is surely a downer video.

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  5. I would like to say there is something to the "not everyone should go to college". To be honest college is shit, a lot of school systems are. They don't teach people the subject. They don't teach people how to learn more about the subjects. They don't teach people who to do the work better.

    Trade schools are little better, but only for a small cross-section of jobs.

    Even more so, they don't teach people how to be anything factory drones, your given a task, you do the task, repeat.

    (This is on whole, there will always be exceptions)

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  6. Pete is a soulless corporate suit. he's the utter stereotype of a empty self-interested politician.

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  7. In fairness, not everyone should go to college. If it weren't for stupid hiring practices which use a college degree as a 'filter', college would be entirely pointless for many, perhaps the majority, of people. It is a waste of time and resources.
    For most careers, vocational training would be far better. For continuing general education (which everyone should do IMO), college is fairly crap compared to just doing it yourself and/or taking particular courses without pursuing a degree.

    I'm from a working class family and my profession is one of the ones where college and grad school actually make sense (and are required). I'm quite fortunate to have been able to get that education. However, most people really should not want an education like mine. I'm all for socializing the funding of such an education for those who actually want it, but we've also got to make it viable for people who don't want it too.

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  8. I’m from south bend. I remember (if distantly bc of my age,) downtown south bend being shitty and not wanting to go there because it was a dying city. Then when things got better, people in my life started crediting mayor Pete, and I just kinda accepted it. But here’s the thing: I’m white. I’m a Notre dame brat. My only experience with the south bend public school system was high school, when I went to the school with the fancy IB magnet program—and strangely enough that school served as my first life primer on social stratification/class disparity. Even though there were a ton of PoC at that school, the only classes that I had that weren’t almost all white were the classes outside of the magnet program classes. The resources that that school had were centered around the magnet program—us IB kids got new books and smaller classes, while other classes (like the mandatory economics class) hadn’t got new books in over a decade.
    The school system wasn’t a mess when I was there—but again, I’m white, so take that with a grain of salt—but now, it’s in real deep shit. There isn’t a week that goes by without my kid sibling’s bus not running in the afternoon, the school lunches are (apparently) even shittier—and they were highly questionable to begin with, despite Michelle Obama doing her thing— and there’s even been talk of one of the high schools having to close down. The teachers went on strike (god bless them) and it seems that Indiana is falling apart. Sometimes it seems like the only thing outside people think south bend is worth it for are the fucking Notre Dame football games that make it impossible to leave your house on a series of saturdays during the season—not to mention the frankly terrible (but at least cheap) public transportation.
    South bend may be better than it was, but we’re not ok. And this isn’t a problem that capitalism, or “tech centers” (whatever the actual hell that means) can fix.

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  9. I’m from south bend. I remember (if distantly bc of my age,) downtown south bend being shitty and not wanting to go there because it was a dying city. Then when things got better, people in my life started crediting mayor Pete, and I just kinda accepted it. But here’s the thing: I’m white. I’m a Notre dame brat. My only experience with the south bend public school system was high school, when I went to the school with the fancy IB magnet program—and strangely enough that school served as my first life primer on social stratification/class disparity. Even though there were a ton of PoC at that school, the only classes that I had that weren’t almost all white were the classes outside of the magnet program classes. The resources that that school had were centered around the magnet program—us IB kids got new books and smaller classes, while other classes (like the mandatory economics class) hadn’t got new books in over a decade.
    The school system wasn’t a mess when I was there—but again, I’m white, so take that with a grain of salt—but now, it’s in real deep shit. There isn’t a week that goes by without my kid sibling’s bus not running in the afternoon, the school lunches are (apparently) even shittier—and they were highly questionable to begin with, despite Michelle Obama doing her thing— and there’s even been talk of one of the high schools having to close down. The teachers went on strike (god bless them) and it seems that Indiana is falling apart. Sometimes it seems like the only thing outside people think south bend is worth it for are the fucking Notre Dame football games that make it impossible to leave your house on a series of saturdays during the season—not to mention the frankly terrible (but at least cheap) public transportation.
    South bend may be better than it was, but we’re not ok. And this isn’t a problem that capitalism, or “tech centers” (whatever the actual hell that means) can fix.

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  10. I’m from south bend. I remember (if distantly bc of my age,) downtown south bend being shitty and not wanting to go there because it was a dying city. Then when things got better, people in my life started crediting mayor Pete, and I just kinda accepted it. But here’s the thing: I’m white. I’m a Notre dame brat. My only experience with the south bend public school system was high school, when I went to the school with the fancy IB magnet program—and strangely enough that school served as my first life primer on social stratification/class disparity. Even though there were a ton of PoC at that school, the only classes that I had that weren’t almost all white were the classes outside of the magnet program classes. The resources that that school had were centered around the magnet program—us IB kids got new books and smaller classes, while other classes (like the mandatory economics class) hadn’t got new books in over a decade.
    The school system wasn’t a mess when I was there—but again, I’m white, so take that with a grain of salt—but now, it’s in real deep shit. There isn’t a week that goes by without my kid sibling’s bus not running in the afternoon, the school lunches are (apparently) even shittier—and they were highly questionable to begin with, despite Michelle Obama doing her thing— and there’s even been talk of one of the high schools having to close down. The teachers went on strike (god bless them) and it seems that Indiana is falling apart. Sometimes it seems like the only thing outside people think south bend is worth it for are the fucking Notre Dame football games that make it impossible to leave your house on a series of saturdays during the season—not to mention the frankly terrible (but at least cheap) public transportation.
    South bend may be better than it was, but we’re not ok. And this isn’t a problem that capitalism, or “tech centers” (whatever the actual hell that means) can fix.

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  11. Peter: “I’m 36 miles from south bend, Indiana”
    Me, from south bend: “god is this the mortifying ordeal of being known”

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  12. you have to get kyle kullinski to talk about this. Today he posted a video about Pete and police body cameras during a police shooting and Kyle's analysis was he just guesses Pete is defending the cops and letting them not do body cameras because Pete has dodged questions on body cameras in the past. He needs this better Pete dirt

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  13. I have high hopes that the online left will be able to destroy him the way they did Harris and O’Rourke before him

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  14. I've never trusted Mayor Pete.
    From day one he's always felt like an "establishment democrat". Parroting progressive talking points while being in the pocket of big business.

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  15. Whatever. Anyone but Trump 2020
    There’s nothing progressive about staying home on election night if your candidate doesn’t get the nomination.

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  16. This guy grooms his lashes like a disney princess. Also Pete is an awful awful presidential candidate. How could you have such a spottty track record running a small town while being 12 years old? Only one answer, if he can succumb to the pressure of 2 racist police officers then he can easily easily be controlled in the white house.

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  18. I'm from South Bend and I'm a queer veteran too that has had the misfortune of needing to deal with this man. The stories I can tell. But seriously, right now they are screwing the homeless population by renovating the public library and not providing a winter amnesty location for daytime hours. Food Not Bombs and other organizations have been working his office over and the city and Hope Ministries are playing the "its not our responsibility" game. Please call these people out.

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  19. I can see why you are giggling on Twitter about those naysayers saying you were gonna be class reductionist

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  20. Mayo Pete is very reminiscent of Patrick Bateman from American Psycho to me. Similar MOs, personalities, and voices. Most of he simply doesn’t seem there like Bateman. A void of a person.

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  21. McKinsey like BCG and Bain are the “éminence grise” of capitalism… drain brains from all fields to “advise” all big corporations of the world.
    Anyone who comes from those three companies should receive as much scrutiny as people coming from investment banks, big pharma, oil or tech giants.

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  22. McKinsey was also responsible for the 1986 restructuring of CSIRO (Australia’s national science agency). It went from a highly effective and nearly-flat org-tree, with teams of scientists being managed by people who were themselves scientists and knew how science works, to layers of bureaucracy and detached management by business people, as if original scientific research is anything like a normal business. McKinsey is a plague.

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  23. I've recently moved which means I need to re-register to vote in my new town. Guess its time to actually commit and vote in a primary so I can vote for Bernie. I've been registered independent since I was 18, but I can not stand anyone else.

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  24. This is the ABSOLUTE BEST summary/take down of Mayor Squirt. Thank you, thank you, thank you! ❤️🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻 I don’t have a lot cash, but I am sending you something because this video is a more valuable public service than anything in Pete Buttigiege’s public service.

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  25. Hey peeps, please sign this petition against YouTube's new unfair terms allowing them to terminate any channel arbitrarily, and participate in the YouTube walkout on the 10th through 13th. It's urgent for the sake of small, non corporate creators!
    http://chng.it/zPBPK24Dph

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  26. Pete is arguably one of the worst of the candidates. On policies, he'd be just as bad as the worst in the field (Bloomberg, Klobuchar), but he would pretend to the on the "Left" the whole time, and a good chunk of the public, just as with Obama, would consider Pete's prospective neoliberal/neocon governance to be "progressive" because he and the media would label it as such. This could set the the Left back for decades. And I'm just using the framework that Pete is simply a self-serving sociopath, rather than a CIA operative/asset who would do even more authoritarian/militant behavior (domestically and abroad).

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  27. What are your thoughts on Warren? I worry that the media will be successful again at stopping a Bernie nomination, so is Warren an acceptable alternative?

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  28. I'm a sanders supporter but I feel there's a lot of bad criticism of buttigieg. If his work in south bend is so bad, why is his approval raating so high?

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  29. Great video! I smiled when I saw the title. Pete is so slickly, disingenuous. He'll changed his political views wherever the wind blows when it's convenient to his political goals. Pete's not even in the "sincere but completely wrong" camp with his policies.

    The fact that some in the Corporate Establishment Media are touting him as "the moderate" needed to win the Swing States of the Midwest is so laughable. He's a textbook example of an "out-of-touch, Elitist." Out of the current, four frontrunners, he would almost certainly be the least competitive in the Midwest against Donald Trump.

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  30. DECEMBER 10TH TO DECEMBER 13TH THERE IS A YOUTUBE WALKOUT OCCURRING TO RESIST YOUTUBE CORRUPTION, PARTICULARLY A NEW CLAUSE TO THEIR TERMS OF SERVICE THAT STATES ANY CHANNEL CAN BE DELETED IF IT IS DEEMED “COMMERCIALLY UNVIABLE”. DO NOT WATCH ANY YOUTUBE ON THESE DAYS, IF YOU’RE A YOUTUBER DO NOT UPLOAD ON THESE DAYS. (Unless it’s for the UK election that’s pretty important enough to be an exception) WE MUST RESIST YOUTUBE CORRUPTION.

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  31. Well done on this, I honestly didn't want to learn that much about some of these shit candidates so I didn't know the deep evil with the McKinsey stuff. Thanks for giving me ammo.

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  32. While your video is clear and concise, I can already tell you it will fall under deaf ears. I regularly read LGBTQ news sites, and it is mind-numbing seeing the amount of support in the comments Pete still has among a certain demographic (I think you can already guess which one), and the lengths they go to to justify everything he does and has done.

    I gotta tell you, the whole discourse around Mayo Pete has made me even more disenthralled with white-cis-gay men than the Schock-Coachella debacle.

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  33. The final number of "black" endorsers of Pete's plan that were actually white was closer to 200. Over 1/3 of the "black" supporters were not even black.

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  34. Hey Peter, awesome vids. If you don't esteeming to my curiosity, what's your opinion on Andrew Yang and Universal Basic Income?

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  35. Well, now we know why the corporate media likes him so much, and why he might be the Establishment's next refuge if Decaf Trump (Biden) fails and Bloomberg gets no traction.

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  36. Perspectives from people actually affected by the decisions of people who want hundreds of millions to be affected by them is unbelievably important and horribly underdone. Thanks for taking the time to put all this good journalism together, Coffin.

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  37. What a horrendously slanted hatchet job. To give but one example, Pete's actual work for McKinsey involved comparative pricing in the Canadian grocery market. Ooooo…. how deeply nefarious. You make it sound like he's a complicit minion, somehow responsible for all of the questionable activities of this global accounting firm over the years.

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  38. Whether he listened to the recording or not, he listened to who made them and it tells on his corrupt nature. Look he's a social climbing careerist. Gross.

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  39. Pete Buttigieg sounds pretty blackmail-able to me. "Drop out or we will release this information or that information or the other information" etc. I'd be more than okay with someone making use of that. Actually, I'd ask someone to do that if I had access to such a person.

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  40. I am very grateful for all work you did, sifting through the gruesome details of this ghoul's garbage career, to put this vid together.

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  41. Well…..seems that Millions and Millions of Americans are these days giving Pete a growing popularity and support….not only he is now Top # 1 in the key Iowa State and Top # 1 in N. Hampshire !, but he is also rising in the polls "nationally"…according to the latest General Polling Data on Dec. 6, 2019….
    I have never seen a presidential candidate with such an exceptional intelligence, and impressive capacity for logic, critical thinking, reasoning, integrity, and talents…with so much growing support these days !…..who is "wrong about everything" …( …? ) ….and "trash on trash on trash" ( …? )……your words do not match with his latest Polls and real facts on the ground…at all ! ….unless proven otherwise, your comments are at the end of the day, …..your very "personal opinion"…

    …" We swallow greedily any lie that flatters us, but we sip only little by little at a truth we find bitter…"
    ( Diderot )

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  42. Look, I know you're pronouncing it right, but I prefer calling him Butt-i-gieg. Because his policies stink.

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