One red state Senate candidate is teaching Democrats this important science lesson

Democrats say they’re the party of deniers, while radical Leftists constantly call Republicans “science deniers.”

However, on almost every issue, energy, abortion, gender – the list goes on-and-on – it’s the Left that is denying science.

And now one Senate candidate in a dark red state is teaching Democrats a simple lesson in science.

The woke is so all-in on the transgender agenda it’s become gender blind.

In fact, Joe Biden’s Supreme Court of the United States pick, Ketanji Brown Jackson said in a Senate hearing during her confirmation that she – an ivy league graduate – couldn’t define what a woman is.

Well, a former college dropout and eventual Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology grad is taking just 30-seconds to teach the SCOTUS Harvard alum and the rest of the far-Left a science lesson they should have learned in elementary school – if not sooner.

Republican U.S. Rep. Markwayne Mullin of Oklahoma is currently running in a special election to replace the retiring GOP Senator James Inhofe.

Before becoming a Congressman, the successful business owner, Rep. Mullin, was 3-0 in professional MMA fighting.

He also has two state wrestling champion children – one a son, and one a daughter.

He utilizes both his kids in a new campaign ad, in an effort to teach confused Democrats about gender.

“Democrats can’t even tell us what a woman is,” Rep. Mullin begins his campaign ad. “Well, let me help out with that. This is Larra, my daughter. This is Jayce, my son. It’s not that hard.”

Class dismissed.

It’s lucky for Larra Mullin that she doesn’t live in Texas, where biological male Mack Beggs has won the last two state championships in women’s wrestling.

Rep. Mullin believes girls, like his daughter Larra, should have a fair shot at competing in sports.

“Liberals think that boys should be competing against girls in sports,” Rep. Mullin continued. “That’s pure insanity. I’ll be fighting in the Senate to stop this nonsense.”

The Daily Caller reached out to Rep. Mullin to get more details on his stance.

“I have three young daughters who wrestle. My 7th grader, Larra, is a state champion. Can you imagine if a biological man was allowed on the mat with her? Someone could get seriously hurt.”

Hurt indeed – in 2014, biological male Fallon Fox fought female Tamikka Brents in the octagon.

In the fight, Fox gave Brents a broken orbital bone, seven skull staples, and a concussion.

“I’ve fought a lot of women and have never felt the strength that I felt in a fight as I did that night,” Brents said of fighting a biological male. “I’ve never felt so overpowered ever in my life and I am an abnormally strong female in my own right. Her grip was different, I could usually move around in the clinch against other females but couldn’t move at all in Fox’s clinch.”

Rep. Mullin is running against 12 other candidates in the Oklahoma Senate primary.

Polling out of the Sooner State has Mullin leading second place, former State House Speaker T.W. Shannon by about 22%.

The primary is scheduled for June 28, 2022, and primary runoffs are scheduled for August 23, 2022.

Whomever comes out of the GOP Primary will face Democrat Kendra Horn.

Horn is a former Congresswoman, who spent just a single-term in the U.S. House of Representatives before being voted out of office.

The general election will take place this November.

Republicans are expected to easily retain the seat in the special election.

Rep. Mullin represents Oklahoma’s Second Congressional District, which covers the entire eastern portion of the state.

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