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Breaking - Accuser Recants - Democrat Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg Accused Of Sexual Assault

Buttigieg and Chasten
Yesterday, a post on the internet, allegedly by a  21-year old man, Hunter Kelly, accused South Bend, Indiana Mayor and rising Democrat presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg of sexually assaulting him earlier this year.

Mr. Kelly posted the following statement on the website:

My name is Hunter Kelly. I am 21 years old. This is by far the hardest thing I have ever had to do. For the past three nights, I have not slept even a single hour. I have vomited eight times.

I was sexually assaulted by Mayor Pete Buttigieg. I didn’t know who he was back in February, only that he told me he was an important politician. When I started seeing him on television three weeks ago as a Presidential candidate, I thought about coming forward.

I am a gay man. I have been grappling with my identity for a number of years. I live, work, and attend college in rural Michigan. I know that by coming forward, I will make a hard life even harder. But I must do so — I must do so — for my country, for other gay men like me, and most importantly to stop a very bad man from becoming President of the United States.

I must confess that this is the toughest thing I have ever had to do. For two weeks now, I have been contemplating suicide. I see myself jumping from a building or a bridge. I know that years and years of counseling may lie in front of me.

In the days and weeks ahead, I will share my full story with the nation.

Last night Kelly issued another statement saying:


It's important for everyone to know that I was not sexually assaulted and would never falsely accuse anyone.
To keep it brief for now- I was approached by a political figure to come to DC to discuss political situations from the standpoint of a gay Republican. When I arrived they discussed Peter Buttigieg and started talking about how they woould be working a campaign against him.
I went to bed and woke up to a fake Twitter @RealHunterKelly and an article that I in no way endorsed or wrote.
I have since left and am working on a formal statement to give to everyone including the Buttigieg family.
Thank you for standing behind me and knowing that I wouold never accept or allow any of this.

However, Jack Burkman rebutted Kelly in a tweet which seemed to show a signed statement from Kelly confirming the charges against Buttigieg 

Said Burkamn's tweet, available at :


1. Very first thing Hunter Kelly did is sign a statement attesting to his accusation

2. He was in full control of all public disclosures, even taking a selfie with his ID to confirm his identity to @MediumSupport

MSM bullied him & his family into submission

According to a lengthy post by Bil Browning on, Hunter Kelly has tried to scrub his social media profile, (we note just like Christine Blasey Ford) but he is reportedly a gay Trump supporter according to those who’ve been trying to find out more about him.

Mr. Browning says others are suggesting Hunter Kelly isn’t real at all.

Bil Browning reports the Hunter Kelly Twitter account started this month and follows a handful of other accounts – including a few pro-Bernie Sanders accounts; he has tweeted three times. His Facebook account, however, goes much further back.

“He’s a Log Cabin Republican and a very vocal Trump supporter. He sure tried to erase as much as he could from the interwebs before posting his statement, but forgot a few things,” Mike Reynolds said according to Mr. Browning’s report. “He’s posted on several online threads in support of Trump. His facebook still has likes for Trump and a group called ‘USA Patriots for Trump’ And his instagram, until he made it private, had in it’s profile: “Hunter Kelly @hkelly1997 instagram profile. value yourself. Log cabin republican. LGBT for Trump. 2a. Patriotic. #MAGA #Trump2020.”

Mr. Browning reports Kelly’s Twitter account bio only reads, “Value yourself.”

Chad Felix Greene, a prominent gay Republican popular on Twitter, isn’t buying it according to Bil Browning’s article.

“I’m a sexual assault survivor and victims need to be heard. But it is wrong to falsely accuse someone by name,” he told LGBTQ Nation. “This young man should be speaking with the police and not writing headline-grabbing blogs and teasing details. It just looks like a false claim.”

Neither is Gregory T. Angelo, the former head of Log Cabin Republicans, who said according to Mr. Browning, “Not a fan of Mayor Pete, but this whole thing seems shady as hell.”

Mr. Browning reports another prominent gay Republican, Brad Polumbo, also chimed in with his doubts.

“All accusations should be taken seriously, but Pete Buttigieg deserves the 100% benefit of the doubt until any misconduct accusation is fully vetted, substantiated, and corroborated,” he tweeted.

A request for comment from Buttigieg’s campaign by was not returned.

The accusation from the possibly non-existent Hunter Kelly is a serious blow to Pete Buttigieg’s carefully crafted image as a paragon of modern homosexual domesticity.

In a fawning article posted just days before the accusations against him broke, The Atlantic’s James Kirchick explained how Buttigieg met his future spouse, Chasten, “who has improbably emerged as the most intriguing and popular campaign spouse, on Hinge,” a homosexual dating site “more oriented to long-term relationships.”

Kirchick reports that in his best-selling memoir, Shortest Way Home, Buttigieg wrote, “Other than the same-sex aspect, our first date was something our parents could have recognized as typical, almost vintage.” Kirchick reports the “happy couple own a home, have two dogs, and speak frequently of their desire to have children. There is no hint that their relationship is anything other than monogamous.”

As far as we are concerned Buttigieg is entitled to the presumption of innocence, in the same way that Judge (now Justice) Brett Kavanaugh was entitled to the presumption of innocence when he was accused of sexual assault.

So, we find it interesting (if not downright strange) that none of the big establishment media have picked-up on the accusation and tried to run it to earth. It seems that they would be following the #MeToo movement’s logic that all victims should at least be heard and be given the opportunity to “share their truth,” wherever that truth leads and whatever it means for the accused.

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Presumption no longer applies

You state "Buttigieg is entitled to the presumption of innocence, in the same way that... Kavanaugh was entitled ..."

This DID NOT HAPPEN! Brett was pre-convicted with NO such presumption. He was proven innocent,and STILL attacked by anti-constitution liberals with their propaganda agenda, and ALL this criminality with no consequence!!

Innocence is NO LONGER presumed.

Hence, liberals are guilty-when-charged! They MUST live by the new rules they created. They create dual standards, exempt themselves while they, and also conservatives, hold other conservatives to the higher standards which are not applied to liberals. Conservatives are fools when they are tricked into playing by different rules.

Yes, these hypocritical rules and methods of liberals are evil. But until everyone holds them to consistent constitutional standards, this is the new playing field that everyone is forced into. No P of I. Get into the game!!