Pete Buttigieg Confronted on Camera as People of East Palestine Suffer, Then Things Took a Weird Turn

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He’s gone from Mayor Pete to Creepy Pete.

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, possibly the second least qualified man for his job in the Biden administration besides President Joe Biden himself, has finally gotten around to visiting the scene of an environmental crisis caused by a train derailment in northeast Ohio, but the more than two weeks that it took revealed a good deal about his approach to his duties.

And one encounter with a reporter on Tuesday revealed even more about his view of the American public.

Approached on a Washington, D.C., sidewalk by Daily Caller reporter Jennie Taer, as he walked with the man he calls his husband, Buttigieg was by turns dismissive, arrogant and evasive, before finally turning downright creepy when he halted the interview by asking to take the young woman’s picture.

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Asked at first if he had a message for the suffering souls of East Palestine, Ohio, who are dealing with the fallout of the Feb. 3 train derailment that led to a toxic cloud of smoke being released over their homes, Buttigieg airily referred Taer to the “dozen” interviews he’d done that day.

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