Your snide, egregiously false and overtly homophobic misrepresentation of Pete Buttigieg's interview on "Face the Nation" made my blood boil.
I hate capitalism as much as the next progressive, but it's not "capitalism" that's got your ire up. What is it then? Is it the sight of Pete and his husband and their two children that strikes at some place of atavistic female revulsion? Because I've seen more than my share of young progressive women sneering at Pete for being a "capitalist", a "billionaire's darling" - and if you haven't noticed, dear heart, every politician in your fucked up system, from Obama to Biden to Trump to whoever, has to be a billionaire's darling to even get past the first post; don't lay that at Pete's door - for being "creepy" or "droid-like" or anything that allows them to avoid the one thing that truly offends them: That Pete Buttigieg is gay.
You misquoted Pete in such an obnoxious way that I either have to question your intelligence or your motives, but actually I'll do both.
Pete actually said:
"...let's be very clear. This is a capitalist country. The government does not make baby formula, nor should it. Companies make formula. And one of those companies, a company which, by the way, seems to have 40% market share, messed up and is unable to confirm that a plant, a major plant, is safe and free of contamination. So the most important thing to do right now, of course, is to get that plant in Michigan up and running safely. And that's the work that's going on between the company and the FDA. It's got to be safe and it's got to be up and running as soon as possible.
"...A plant shutting down because a company can't assure that it is physically safe from contamination is the responsibility of the company. The responsibility of the regulator is to ensure, as they take steps to get it ready, that it will in fact be safe when it comes back online."
He was talking about the oligopoly of companies making baby formula, how that should be looked into, and how the government is working to ensure that a company that was closed due to safety concerns solves its problem - that's the company's responsibility.
Your misquote is so disgustingly, pigheadedly wrong that I can only conclude you have some kind of personal investment in making Pete Buttigieg out to be a "hateful capitalist" when it is clear he has the welfare of the American public in mind, not to mention the welfare of his and his partner's two nine-month old children.
Homophobia, baby. Your mask is off.