South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg is the newest flavor of the month for Democrats.
But the previously unknown Democratic candidate has one giant secret that could spell doom for his campaign.
These three words could mark the beginning of the end for Mayor Pete.
Pete Buttigieg has seen a rise to stardom unlike any other Democrat currently running for President.
After starting at the bottom of the pack with zero name ID or money, Buttigieg’s prospects of clinching the Democratic nomination seemed slim until just a matter of days ago.
In less than a month however, his fame skyrocketed among left-leaning circles and now he’s being talked up as a potential frontrunner in the increasingly crowded Democratic presidential primary.
But “Mayor Pete” as he’s known has one giant problem lurking in the background.
“Policy Free Website” are the three words Mayor Pete dreads the most.
Because no one knows where he stands on any of the issues.
Buttigieg’s rise to fame has been accompanied with a growing examination of his record and his policy positions.
And people looking for substance are coming up largely empty handed.
No one knows where he stands on any of the issues, besides bashing President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.
And Buttigieg has largely tried to avoid talking about issues, instead milking his fame among the liberal media for all it’s worth in an attempt to keep the gravy train rolling.
But the criticism of his substanceless campaign is beginning to grow.
And Mayor Pete may not be able to avoid talking about the issues forever.
Breitbart reports, “South Bend, Indiana Mayor and 2020 Democrat presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg told WSBT South Bend Monday that the lack of policy prescriptions on his website is part of an effort to “run a non-traditional campaign.”
It seems that he’s trying to spin his lack of policy chops as some sort of new strategy for running a presidential campaign.
But history shows that’s largely a losing plan for anyone seeking the White House, and Buttigieg will likely be no different.
“Let’s talk about politics. Obviously, you’re running for president, you’ve got a website up, but when I go to it, I don’t see yet kind of where Pete Buttigieg stands. When do you expect that to be up? Where does Pete Buttigieg stand on the issues?” Buttigieg’s interviewer asked over the radio.
His response was completely pathetic.
“Well, we’ve made it very clear where I stand on the major issues, and we’re even putting up a search tool so people will be able to search video based on whatever keyword they care about,” Buttigieg replied.
“We’re trying to run a non-traditional campaign, so even though this is going to be a highly substantive and specific campaign, we’re not going to inundate people with the minutiae of policy before they understand exactly what the big ideas are, the values that motivate our policies, and the impacts they’re going to have on the ground,” he said, trying to dodge the question.
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