Even though the world has recognized only two genders in all of the existence of man, MSNBC now claims it’s dangerous to say it. Suddenly, life as we all know it will end if anyone has the nerve to say that you are biologically either male or female.
Republican Congressman Ralph Abraham of Louisiana is running for Governor in his state and his team recently released their first television ad. If Abraham was looking to get the left up in arms, he certainly succeeded. Take a look at the ad embedded in the tweet below and see if you can guess which of the truths he’s promising to speak has liberals setting their hair on fire. (Well, to the greatest extent, anyway.)
“Here’s the truth. Life begins at conception. Government is too big. Our taxes are too high. And our car insurance is too expensive. President Trump is doing a great job. Facts matter more than feelings. The Second Amendment is self-explanatory. And as a doctor, I can assure you there are only two genders.”
Our new #lagov TV ad starts today.
— Dr. Ralph Abraham (@DocAbraham) August 22, 2019
As you can imagine, the leftist news networks hated Abraham’s ad that clearly stated that biological facts don’t support the delusions of desire. Simply put; he told the science-loving left that science does not support more than two genders.
MSNBC anchor Chris Jansing declared that Abraham’s ad was ‘incendiary’. Basically that saying there are only two genders is both inflammatory and dangerous:
“We’ve got an important question now. What does it mean to be a mainstream Republican? It is the question that some Republicans have been asking in the age of Donald Trump, and increasingly, it seems the answer might be to make incendiary comments about women and members of the LGBT community.
In Louisiana, the Republican candidate for governor, Ralph Abraham, is out with a new TV ad this week making incendiary comments about gender.”
So there you have it. The left drew a line in the sand of what can and cannot be said and the rest of America should just abide by it. If not, your words could be considered ‘hate speech’, even if you’re a doctor explaining biology.