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Republican Kari Lake milks a cow in Iowa | Apex World News via X (formerly Twitter)

Left-wing social activists have notoriously rejected the biological fact that gender is binary. Instead, liberals have claimed gender is a social construct that is assigned by personal choice and “identity.”

In response to this attack on the traditional understanding of sex, Republican Kari Lake confronted reporters at the Iowa State Fair while milking a cow.

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“Which one of you is from the New York Times?” Lake asked.

“I am,” a reporter responded.

“You know there are only two genders,” Lake said.

“I just take pictures,” the reporter said.

Lake continued, “There are only two genders and they know that in Iowa. I challenge the New York Times reporter and the Washington Post reporter to try to milk a cow and then try to milk a bull and see how that goes.”

Lake is considering a possible U.S. Senate run in the future. “Politics is gross,” Lake explained. “It’s a slimy business, but I think we need real people to be in it. And so I am contemplating running for office again.”

“I want everyone out there to know we have filed a notice of appeal on our case. We’re not giving up on securing our elections and reforming our elections, and we’re going to work through the court system,” she added.

“I may run for Senate, I’m considering that,” she continued. “It’s something I may have to do because we can’t have people who don’t care about Arizonans representing us in Washington, DC. Got a lot of options on the table.”

“I’m taking a look at all of them, and I’ll be making some decisions here in the coming months,” Lake said.

“Originally, I was going to name the book, I was going to title it Unafraid, and then I had a pretty high-profile person come to my door and offer me money to put my movement on hold and my political career on hold — offered me a cushy job, nice paycheck, position on a board, and I said, ‘Are you kidding me? I left a cushy job … I’m not motivated by money,’” Lake explained about other opportunities.

“And then the conversation turned, ‘Well, what would it take for you to not run for office again, at least until after 2024?’ And I thought, ‘Oh my gosh, this is the kind of stuff of movies.’”