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Pete Buttigieg’s Husband Seen Reciting ‘Gay Pledge’ to Pride Flag w/ Children

'I pledge my heart to the rainbow of the Not So Typical Gay Camp... '

(Headline USAChasten Buttigieg, husband of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, was seen on video this week leading a group of children in a modified pledge of allegiance to the gay pride flag.

The video shows Chasten Buttigieg at Pride Camp, an Iowa summer camp for gay and transgender high school students, where Chasten Buttigieg appeared to work as a counselor.

“I pledge my heart to the rainbow of the Not So Typical Gay Camp,” Chasten Buttigieg and the campers recited. “One camp, full of pride, indivisible, with affirmation and equal rights for all.”

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After reciting the gay pledge, Chasten Buttigieg and the children waved pride flags and cheered.

The clip originally comes from “Mayor Pete,” an Amazon Prime documentary released last year about Pete Buttigieg’s failed 2020 presidential campaign. The documentary also showed Chasten Buttigieg at an Iowa campaign event for LGBT children decorating “drag-taters,” which are potatoes dressed to look like drag queens. 

“Being out on the trail gives me the opportunity to come do things like this,” Chasten Buttigieg says in the clip. “I mean this stuff just like, puts the wind in my sails. It just reminds me of the importance of the job.”

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Pride Camp is hosted annually by a leftist organization called Iowa Safe Schools.

“Campers will meet other LGBTQ and allied youth who are passionate about creating change in their communities through activism and building relationships!” the camp’s website reads.

“The mission of Iowa Safe Schools’ Pride Camp is to provide a safe and affirming place for LGBTQ & allied youth ages 14-18 to learn valuable life skills and network with other LGBTQ youth in a supportive and nurturing environment.”

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