The election for the Scottish Parliament was held on May 6, and the candidates have already begun campaigning. One of them is Peter Tait, an independent Shetland islander, who has made the headlines of certain statements related to him. The coronavirus pandemic… is related to same-sex marriage.
In the statement Shetland TimesTate said that if he takes office in the Edinburgh Council, he will oppose same-sex marriage, he said “Covid may be related.”
When asked if he knew that his remarks about gay marriage would cause a sensation, Peter Tate replied that he thought: “I think there might be.”
Tait considers his participation in politics to represent his religious beliefs. “I do my best to represent everything God wants me to represent”He said Shetland Times.
Tate participated in the 2019 Kojima by-election, and his commitment to voters underscores his intentions Restoration of the Scottish monarchy. However, he only got 31 votes.
“I just want to defend my argument, Regardless of votes“Then Peter Tait said that despite his failure, he decided to run again in this year’s election.