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Democrat, 2020 Candidate, “Sweet” Mayor Pete, Accused Of Sexual Assault

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If you follow politics like I do you know that the Democrats have a “go to” move: Projection.

The left loves to rail against the very things they are guilty of.

For instance, Hillary Clinton loves to accuse people of election meddling, lying, cheating, selling our nation’s interests to foreign powers … I could be here all day.

The latest lefty poster child to be accused of doing the same thing is “Mayor Pete” Buttigieg.

Back in March little Mayor Pete fired out this Tweet:

Fast forward to present day.  Last night, 21-year-old Hunter Kelly, wrote on Medium that Pete Buttigieg had sexually assaulted him.

Hunter decided to post a preview of what he was planning on revealing:

According to Big League Politics:

The mayor of South Bend, Indiana and an upstart 2020 presidential candidate has been accused of sexual assault.

“My name is Hunter Kelly. I am 21 years old. This is by far the hardest thing I have ever had to do. For the past three nights, I have not slept even a single hour. I have vomited eight times,” Kelly said in a Medium blog post.

He continued:

I was sexually assaulted by Mayor Pete Buttigieg. I didn’t know who he was back in February, only that he told me he was an important politician. When I started seeing him on television three weeks ago as a Presidential candidate, I thought about coming forward.

I am a gay man. I have been grappling with my identity for a number of years. I live, work, and attend college in rural Michigan. I know that by coming forward, I will make a hard life even harder. But I must do so — I must do so — for my country, for other gay men like me, and most importantly to stop a very bad man from becoming President of the United States.

I must confess that this is the toughest thing I have ever had to do. For two weeks now, I have been contemplating suicide. I see myself jumping from a building or a bridge. I know that years and years of counseling may lie in front of me.

Kelly did not share the whole story of his encounter with Buttigieg.

“In the days and weeks ahead, I will share my full story with the nation,” his post finished.

This story is developing.

About Jack Crane

Jack Crane has been a writer and journalist for over 17 years. He has volunteered around the world with humanitarian projects and has several books and memoirs partially written, and hopes to finish them all some day.

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nikki May 1, 2019
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