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Oklahoma GOP Governor Understands There Are Only Two Genders

A Democrat state rep doesn't.

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As the weather gets cooler the fever swamps of the Left heat up. Their latest fake outrage concerns Oklahoma Republican Governor Kevin Stitt. He dared to say, horror of horrors, that there are only two genders. My lord, what will those crazy Republicans think of next?

To his rescue comes a lunatic in the form of a Democrat state rep with a first name missing a consonant. Mauree Turner is upset with Stitt because of his glaring command of the obvious and accuses him of denying her existence. Complete horse manure. Stitt merely refuses to engage in Turner’s biological fantasy. Well played governor.

 

FNC: “An Oklahoma state representative who identifies as nonbinary slammed Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt after he said ‘there is no such thing as non-binary sex,’ arguing its difficult to work with someone who opposes ‘your existence.’

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Her remarks came after a legal settlement in the state when the Oklahoma State Department of Health began allowing residents to designate themselves as non-binary on their birth certificates. Stitt slammed the decision as one that was not made with ‘proper approval or oversight,’ adding that he believes God created males and females.”

“I believe that people are created by God to be male or female. Period,” Stitt said in a recent statement. “There is no such thing as non-binary sex and I wholeheartedly condemn the purported OSDH court settlement that was entered into by rogue activists who acted without receiving proper approval or oversight. I will be taking whatever action necessary to protect Oklahoma values and our way of life,” he continued. That miffed Turner.

“If you have to work with people who adamantly oppose your existence, right, to the point to where we can’t work together, you can’t talk to me, you can’t talk to me like I’m a human being, you don’t see me, that damages anyone’s working relationship,” she absurdly suggested.

“To be able to have that autonomy and have that part, that real intimate part of you really kind of recognized in a big way is really, really important in more ways than one,” Turner continued, making no coherent sense whatsoever.

This piece was written by David Kamioner on October 26, 2021. It originally appeared in DrewBerquist.com and is used by permission.

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