South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg brushed off anti-gay chants from a small number of out-of-state hecklers who interrupted his two Iowa events on Tuesday.
At one event, the hecklers invoked the biblical cities of Sodom and Gomorrah, which were destroyed because of the sexual behavior of the residents who lived there.
“The good news is, the condition of my soul is in the hands of God but the Iowa Caucuses are up to you,” Buttigieg said.
Buttigieg’s protesters — led by anti-abortion activist Randall Terry — came from out of state to attack the presidential candidate. Terry was seen driving a large RV past the event after the event concluded.
The man was shouted down by the audience and once he was removed from the event, Buttigieg said, “We are so dug in in such passionate ways.”
“That gentleman believes that what he is doing is in line with the will of the creator,” he said. “I view it differently. We ought to be able to view it differently.”
A voter asked Chasten Buttigieg, the candidate’s husband, about the hecklers after the event, too.
“We are beyond divisiveness,” he said. “That is what we are out here to talk about.”
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