Evangelical leader Franklin Graham criticized the deceptive "Christian" views of Democratic presidential contender Pete Buttigieg -- a homosexual who pretends he is "married" to another man and who supports the murder of children by abortion -- stressing that Buttigieg is "leading people astray," which is "very dangerous."
In a Sept. 10 post on Facebook, Rev. Graham said, "Mayor Pete Buttigieg has been speaking openly about his support for abortion, which he says is a woman’s right to choose. That’s a crock -- No one has the right to choose murder."
"Pastor Rhyan Glezman, who is the brother of the man Mayor Pete is married to said, 'I feel a sense of responsibility and stewardship of my faith to stand up and say something, to say, 'No, that's not true.'"
Buttigieg is "married" to Chasten Glezman, 29, a junior high school teacher. Buttigieg's father was Joseph Buttigieg II, a disciple of Italian Marxist Antonio Gramsci, whose writings have greatly damaged the culture and academy in the United States. The senior Buttigieg translated the three-volume English edition of Gramsci's Prison Notebooks and served as a professor at Notre Dame.
Rev. Graham continued, "Mayor Pete is trying to tell people that the homosexual lifestyle is okay with God and that abortion is okay. His brother-in-law is right when he said, 'This is leading people astray and it's very, very dangerous.'"
"God defines right and wrong, not us," said Graham. "As Christians, we are to live by the standards He gives us in His Word. 'I am the Lord, and there is no other; there is no God besides Me.'" (Isaiah 45:5).
Rhyan Glezman is the senior pastor of the Community Church of God in Clio, Michigan. He is in a real marriage with a woman and they have a son.