Chasten Buttigieg calls Satisfaction tweet from RNC chair ‘hypocritical’

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When requested on Wednesday about his reaction, Buttigieg stated on CNN’s “Erin Burnett OutFront” that McDaniel’s language used to be “dangerous.”
“Her language is divisive and it’s dangerous and it’s making space for people in their party who seek to harm LGBTQ Americans,” Buttigieg stated, invoking Florida’s governor for instance. “It’s making space for people like Ron DeSantis, who used the first day of Pride to sign anti-trans legislation. … I do not believe that is the party of inclusion or acceptance for LGBTQ Americans.”
DeSantis on June 1 signed a invoice that might forbid transgender feminine athletes to play on women‘ and girls‘s sports activities groups at public faculties.
On MSNBC’s “Deadline: White House” previous Wednesday, Buttigieg driven the GOP to go the Equality Act, pronouncing that “if the Republican Party is truly the party of LGBTQ inclusivity, which I believe it is not, we should have no problem passing the Equality Act.”
“I think some people like the chairwoman are focused on slapping rainbow stickers on tweets and saying you support the LGBTQ community, but really what we all need to be doing right now is working to pass the Equality Act,” Buttigieg stated on MSNBC, regarding law that might amend the Civil Rights Act to forbid discrimination at the foundation of intercourse, sexual orientation and gender identification.
Buttigieg doubled down on CNN and spoke out towards the Justice Division’s choice that it may well shield non secular faculties’ exemption from anti-LGBTQ discrimination rules.
“The Justice Department is doing its job defending federal law, which is why we need to change the federal law,” he stated. “That’s why the Biden administration is asking the Republican Party to pass the Equality Act. We need to pass the Equality Act so that we don’t need to keep having these debates whether or not people get to discriminate against LGBTQ Americans in the workplace or at home.”
A Republican Nationwide Committee spokesperson took exception to Buttigieg’s remarks.
“Republicans believe in freedom and opportunity for all Americans,” the RNC spokesperson said. “While Democrats are focused on demonizing half the country, we are fighting to show that there is room in our party for everyone.”

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