It’s Gay Pride month, so why not post a story about probable past gay U.S. presidents.
Many gay men and women will swear that they have keen “gaydar” that helps them detect who is gay, even the most closeted and mysterious of Americans.
By his own admission, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, is not one of those gay individuals with the best of gaydar.
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Buttigieg, who is openly gay and married to a man, recently told Axios on HBO that he “would imagine we’ve probably had excellent presidents who were gay – we just didn’t know which ones,” adding that “statistically, it’s almost certain.”
“Mayor Pete” was asked he had an idea of which past president or present president liked to the same aisle or street that he does, Buttigieg said: “My gaydar even doesn’t work that well in the present, let alone retroactively. But one can only assume that’s the case.”
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“My gaydar is not great to begin with and definitely doesn’t work over long stretches of time,” he repeated,” said Buttigieg “I think we’ll just have to let the historians figure that out.”
It will be interested in to see if Middle-America and the Bible Belt will embrace he openly gay Buttigieg and his political agenda and ideology that supports the “Green New Deal,” abortion, “Medicare for all,” and abolishing the electoral college,
So, which past or present U.S. President (s) was or is gay? Bill Clinton? Donald Trump? Richard Nixon? No, it had to be Thomas Jefferson.
Just look at this portrait of him, those ruffles are a dead giveaway. No?
Wait, according to “Pink News,” there are (7) past presidents rumored to be gay.
Here they are:
James Buchanan (Democrat)
John F. Kennedy (Democrat)
Lyndon B. Johnson (Democrat)
Barack Obama (Democrat)
Alexander Hamilton (Federalist)
Abraham Lincoln (Republican
Bill Clinton (Democrat)