I see no reason to trust Pete Buttigieg on anything. The fact that he was raised by a devout follower and scholar of communist Antonio Gramsci, whose plan to take over the major institutions of society and then carry out a revolution from above is being realized, casts grave doubt on his trustworthiness. He has never publicly renounced the ideology his father became a champion of.
His personal “march through the institutions” has brought him to Harvard, a brief military career, a Rhodes Scholarship at Oxford, and iconic status among the gay community political fundraising community – all powerful enhancements that have made the mayor of a small city into a non-trivial presidential candidate.
But even leaving aside all this background, he seems to be trying to have it both ways on a real-world political issue, the status of gig economy workers in a rich tech-based employer. Jeffrey Cimmino describes the situation in the Free Beacon:
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg is scheduled to headline an Oakland fundraiser with an Uber executive just weeks after saying he stood in solidarity with the company’s protesting drivers.
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