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Buttigieg is so brilliant he only has to use a portion of vast brain on govt job.!!! Trains derailing and cargo backing up in ports

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Buttigieg is so brilliant he only has to use a portion of vast brain on govt job.!!! Trains derailing and cargo backing up in ports
Pete Buttigieg is too brilliant for the job of Secretary of Transportation, which is why he barely shows up to work as cargo ships pile up in port; why it seems trains keep derailing, and why flights never seem to leave.

Wired.com’s now-infamous profile of Buttigieg sought to reassure the public that “infrastructure occupies just a sliver of his voluminous mind … his cabinet job requires only a modest portion of his cognitive powers.”

Reporter Virginia Heffernan gushed over the fact that Buttigieg keeps a copy of Homer’s Iliad in his office — a classic, no doubt, but also a book that I read to my five-year-old son to pass the time during the pandemic.

It is a suitable story for Buttigieg to have on hand, because the hero, Achilles, can barely be bothered to do anything; and because it takes the other main character, Odysseus, ten years to get back home from the Trojan War.

If you’ve tried to travel recently, you can relate.

Buttigieg boasts that he is in charge of hundreds of billions of dollars in new infrastructure spending, passed by a bipartisan majority and signed by President Joe Biden last year.

Buttigieg, with his McKinsey consulting pedigree, is very good at telling other people how to manage projects, but — as the pothole-strewn streets of South Bend, Indiana, testify — not so good at doing it himself.

And he’s not really that interested in trying. Instead, he prefers to yak to Wired.com — the de facto hometown paper of Silicon Valley, which backed him heavily in his 2020 presidential campaign — about “neoliberalism, masculinity, and Christianity.”

The latter is a consistent obsession for Buttigieg, who has long displayed an intolerance toward traditional Christians, lest they take some getting used to the new rite of gay marriage.

Buttigieg ran as something of a moderate in 2020, but Wired lets us know that his “father was a renowned Marxist scholar” — it can finally be said! — and that he “was himself a devotee of Senator Bernie Sanders as a young man

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