This is from CNN.

I had to check it twice to make sure it wasn’t a Babylon Bee story.

Pete Buttigieg starts to rethink how he does his job in wake of Ohio train disaster

Pete Buttigieg admits he got it wrong on the Ohio train derailment response.

But while the criticism is fair, he says, the critics are mostly not.

“It’s really rich to see some of these folks – the former president, these Fox hosts – who are literally lifelong card-carrying members of the East Coast elite, whose top economic policy priority has always been tax cuts for the wealthy, and who wouldn’t know their way around a T.J. Maxx if their life depended on it, to be presenting themselves as if they genuinely care about the forgotten middle of the country,” the Transportation Secretary said. “You think Tucker Carlson knows the difference between a T.J. Maxx and a Kohl’s?”

That’s an actual fucking quote from the Secretary of Transportation.

His metric for what separates the middle-class and working class from the wealthy is shopping at Kohl’s and TJ Maxx.

This guy is supposed to be a Rhodes Scholar who worked at McKinsey and sounds like a freshman community college politician science major.

He is irredeemaby amateurish.

Nothing will get fixed on his watch.

Even of he wanted to fix things, it’s clear he’s too incompetent to do so.


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4 thoughts on “Buttigieg is a walking parody”
  1. This is the inevitable result from generations of “precious snowflakes.”
    I am sure Secretary Pete is convinced that he is right 99.99% of the time because he never heard at any time in his life that he was wrong about anything. And, if he did, his Mommy told him to ignore those people because they are evil, mean, stupid, or whatever.
    When he gets replaced, and there is a good possibility he will be replaced by Brandon’s handlers, the next Transportation Secretary will be just as incompetent.

  2. Not fair? Not fair??!!!
    How does one accept a Cabinet-level position and think for a moment that the populace, let alone the media, will be fair? Even if you do a phenomenal, near-perfect job, you will still get criticized for the things you miss, even if they’re trivial. Don’t miss even the trivial, and you will be lambasted for not having done things differently. Or for nor valid reason than you’re a high-profile public figure and thus always good for some smearing-induced ratings bumps.
    Now, in this case, I think the media are being “fair,” in fact more than “fair,” given this live-action joke’s performance since day one. But that’s a whole different discussion.

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