Facts are no friend of this Republican Senate candidate from Oklahoma

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Oklahoma Republican Senate candidate Markwayne Mullin is the political equivalent of Review Thursday.

instead of one sepia colored snapshot From a bygone era, the former cage fighter brings back the campaign Topics of conversation in past elections: build the wall, buy the weapons and force the people to give birth.

Mullin is obsessed with socialism. (Unless he is to get $1.4 million Paycheck Protection Program borrow, then he’s for it.)

The way I feel brawnMullins not entirely clear on what socialism is, but he knows it he does not like it.

Many of Mullin’s views don’t seem to be based in reality.

In the 2020 election he has divided the stupid conspiracy theory this vice president Kamala Harris Actually, he wanted to be the supreme commander.

Mullin has claimed that the Green New Deal is a secret plan for the government to take control of travel, education, housing and food supplies. Which is categorical NOT CORRECT.

That strangest things Inspiring Mullin to show his ignorance, such as when he was outraged by New York schools introduce meatless assembly. Mullin just couldn’t get over “the idea that they’re associating beef with climate change.” Cattle are a significant source of greenhouse gases.

Speaking of beef, Mullin has some with the man he wants to replace. In July Sen. Tom Inhofe (R-Okla.) told The Frontman“Markwayne and I, we have problems.”

Inhofe beat up Mullin for trying to unauthorized ride to Afghanistan and calls it a political stunt that would have put Americans and our allies at risk. And he was skeptical of Mullin’s stated desire to serve on the Armed Services Committee.

Other Oklahoma Republicans have similar concerns about Mullin.

Visit Mullin online Twitter, Facebook, Instagramand truth social. His Short-lived podcast still alive too SoundCloud.

The internet is littered with Mullin’s thoughts about the “sham impeachment”, ignorance about the effects cow fartsand musings about the anarchist socialists (not the same – but whatever), he’s convinced, are hellbent on tearing America apart.

With hot takes So it’s almost impressive that he still managed to create the podcast equivalent of a White noise machine.

Why it matters

In deep red Oklahoma it would be a big excitement For Democrat Kendra Horn to win the Senate seat, Inhofe concedes.

Mullin is which probably makes Horn’s work easier with his voter fraud lies and free letter opposition to reproductive freedom. But she’s still fighting an uphill battle.

Love him or hate him – and many Republicans tend towards the latter– If Horn doesn’t perform a miracle for the Sooner State, Mullin will be Oklahoma’s next senator.

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*Initial publication: September 23, 2022 at 6:00 am CDT

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