Gay Twitter shares a collective moment of pride over Pete Buttigieg’s official 2020 launch

You’ve likely heard by now that Pete Buttigieg officially announced his candidacy for president during an impassioned speech in South Bend, Indiana on Sunday.

During his 36-minute ceremonial speech, the openly gay Mayor of South Bend talked about everything from the economy to intergenerational justice to climate change to equality for all.

At the end of the speech, he and his husband Chasten Buttigieg shared a kiss and received a huge round of applause from the crowd, as well as from people on Twitter.

Oh, and then his campaign raised $1 million in, like, three hours or something crazy like that.

It was pretty damn historic.

And now, the responses…

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