I had less than no interest in Stink Ballgag’s election campaign. Anybody whose qualifications for office are 1. shameless Sodomy and 2. being a complete unknown is an obvious Manchurian Candidate. But then I learned that his lover’s brother… I refuse the term brother-in-law, it is not a marriage… is a church pastor. And he’s “come out of the closet” to tell the world that his fag brother is lying about family treatment of him.
Buttigieg brother-in-law accuses 2020 candidate of lying about his family for political gain
by Rob Crilly, May 30, 2019
Pete Buttigieg’s brother-in-law is accusing the gay Democratic presidential hopeful of hijacking his family’s history for political advantage by crafting a bogus backstory of poverty, homelessness, and homophobia.
Rhyan Glezman, 34, a pastor in small-town Michigan, said he was inundated by death threats and hate mail when stories surfaced this month claiming he was a bigot who had fallen out with his younger brother Chasten when Chasten came out of the closet.
The reports were based on a Washington Post article, which described how Chasten, 29, was forced out of the family home and never reconciled with his two brothers.
I tried the link to get more context but was blocked hard. WaPo? More like PayWall now.
But rather than rejecting his brother Chasten, a would-be “first gentleman,” Glezman, who has run the Clio Community Church for the past two years, said his family has been loving and supportive throughout.
Has Chasten told his fellow Sodomites to leave you alone, Pastor Glezman? No, instead your brother’s intentional, politically useful lies were what exposed you to those death threats and hate mail.
It’s okay to stop being loving and supportive of your homosexual brother when he sics the media wolves on you.
“A mayor from a small city and his husband, a child who grew up with nothing and his parents kicked him out … it makes a perfect political story for the campaign,” he said in an interview with the Washington Examiner at his church in Clio. “To me that’s very sad. If that’s all you have to stand on, you’re not fit to be president of the United States.”
“Chasten Buttigieg has been a homeless community college student and a Starbucks barista,” the Washington Post stated. “Now, he could be ‘first gentleman.'”
But its reference to Glezman’s opposition to gay marriage — based he says on a Biblical interpretation of what the institution means — misrepresented complicated family relationships, he said. What particularly stung, he added, was a line suggesting he or his other brother Dustin had effectively disowned Chasten by saying: “No brother of mine …”
That’s the entire quote. I’ve seen it on several news reports but only those four words, blatantly extracted from any relevant context. No brother of mine humps chicks? No brother of mine ever visited Bolivia?
I would say that’s a painfully inadequate reason to make death threats except that such threats are the new normal. Just the other day, I got threatened with lawsuits and a home burglary from a Craigslist scammer I crossed paths with a couple weeks ago. (Don’t cross the streams, ya morons. Which threat did you really mean?) (It was an escrow scam. TL;DR I learned that cashier’s checks are no longer automatically trustworthy.)
Visibly pained, Glezman said: “Do I love him? Absolutely. He is my brother.” He said, “You can’t change that. Just because we have a disagreement doesn’t change that.”
It’s not a disagreement. He is a self-avowed enemy of Christ to whom you are ordained.
Glezman said no one had been particularly shocked when Chasten came out as gay. In fact it helped them make sense of his studious nature in a family of outdoorsmen, according to Glezman. Nor was his family particularly religious — “We went to church at Easter and Christmas” — or the type to banish a son into homelessness.
“He went away,” is how Glezman put it. “He was struggling for a time. But there was nothing on the family end that said he had to leave.”
Glezman was particularly angered, he added, by accounts suggesting the family was poor and that Chasten went without as he was growing up. It was little more than an example of playing the “victim card” for political gain.
“The story makes it look as if he came from nothing, a poor family,” he said. “Chasten had everything, from cellphones paid for, car insurance paid for.”
Victimhood is how one gains status in a matriarchy. Chasten shoved his own family under the bus Obama-style.
Glezman’s bond with his brothers, added the married father of one, was marked by a tattoo of a cross on his arm inscribed, “Forever.” And he explained how he treated his younger brother to a trip to an amusement park for his 21st birthday. “Would I do that if we didn’t have a relationship?”
They last hugged at the funeral for their grandmother a year ago. Glezman said he has hosted his brother’s previous boyfriends and that he went to a baseball game with Chasten and Pete Buttigieg last year.
A clergyman acting like homosexuality is normal is more disgusting than the actual perversion. A sick part of me is happy to see Chasten openly sneer at his brother’s hospitality. How long until this Nice Priest realizes that Chasten despises him?
Glezman was not prepared for the reaction to the Washington Post story and how what he views as a lie spread like wildfire online. Hateful missives arrived by email and text. Vitriol was posted on Facebook and Twitter. “There was one that said I should go out to the woodshed and kill myself,” he said.
It was all part of a public discourse, Glezman believes, that frequently writes off principled Christians as bigots. “I believe for me, as a Christian, we’re the people being shunned, people being silenced, and a lot of the liberal side of things are becoming the bigots to Christianity and faith,” he said. “They are becoming the intolerant side.”
He’s only noticing now, in 2019? God save us from cloistered fools.
Buttigieg need not count on his vote this time around.
“That’s not because he’s gay,” he said. “When you want to rewrite the Electoral College, when you want to change the makeup of the Supreme Court, when you want to have open borders and not have any process there, his extreme view on abortion … those are things that are very important to me.”
Cuck confirmed. “Allowing your sexually deviant lovers into my family is no problem, I won’t even thump the Bible at your lifestyle choice, but if your politics don’t agree with mine then it’s time we part ways.”
The Washington Examiner has more background:
Brother of Buttigieg’s husband: ‘I just don’t support the gay lifestyle’
by Caitlin Yilek, 2 May 2019
The brother of Pete Buttigieg’s husband said he does not support their marriage.
Rhyan Glezman, a pastor of a Christian church in Michigan, told the Washington Post he was not surprised when his brother Chasten came out.
“I want the best for him,” Glezman said. “I just don’t support the gay lifestyle.”
That’s coming from a pastor, remember.
Chasten Buttigieg, 29, came out the summer after high school graduation. He said he told his family last about his sexuality.
“I remember my mom crying,” he said, “and the first thing she asked me was if I was sick. I think she meant, like, did I have AIDS?”
If you don’t yet then you will soon. Might as well jab yourself with every dirty syringe in the homeless camp, as live a homosexual life.
Buttigieg said he also remembers one of his brothers saying, “No brother of mine…” in reaction to the news.
Did Chasten invent this ambiguous quote out of nothing?
After his family’s response, Buttigieg packed his bags and left home. He slept on friends’ couches and sometimes slept in his car in the parking lot of the community college he attended.
While a legal adult, he voluntarily left his parents’ home because they were worried about the health consequences of his embracing sodomy. Taking his story at face value, he preferred sleeping in his car to living at home with his family.
He said his mother called him after a few months and asked him to come back home.
“And I cried and I went home immediately,” he said.
His parents walked him down the aisle when he married Pete Buttigieg in June 2018. The two met in 2015 via the dating app Hinge.
Pastor Glezman has been leader of his current church for at least two years so he didn’t oppose this ceremonial abomination while being an active pastor. This is exactly why the American Church is dead: it’s become the Cult of Nice.
Glezman, it’s time for you to wake up and realize that your brother is dead, or rather, that you are dead to him. “Mrs.” Pete Buttigieg lied about you and your parents for selfish political gain and he is no more repentant of that than he is repentant of that sham marriage ceremony you winked at while a pastor. See what your acceptance of his evil ways has led to? He spits in your face because you’re just that gutless.
The Christian thing to do is publicly break fellowship with your brother from now until repentance, per 1 Corinthians. Do not allow his evil into your life. Stop being Nice.
I close with this unrelated quote I came across,
Mayor Buttigieg says he’s a gay Christian. As a Christian I believe the Bible which defines homosexuality as sin, something to be repentant of, not something to be flaunted, praised or politicized. The Bible says marriage is between a man & a woman—not two men, not two women.
–Franklin Graham on Twitter @ 24 April 2019