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Oklahoma lawmaker spells Clan with a K!

6:27 PM EST on January 24, 2023

Kudos if you have State Rep. Sherrie Conley in your “Which Oklahoma Lawmaker Will Be The First To Do Something Stupidly Racist This Legislative Session” office pool! 

Earlier today, Sherrie – a school teacher by trade who co-authored Oklahoma’s anti-CRT law – hopped on Facebook to share a charming photo of her family standing between some tall oak trees. 

You have to admit, they are a charming little, uhm, bunch...

Yep, that’s right! 

Sherrie Conley – a former teacher who is Grand Wizard of the House Higher Education Committee and a member of the House Appropriations & Budget Subcommittee for Education – spells the word clan with a “K.” 

I guess we can’t be too surprised. The Oklahoma education system does suck for a reason, and as we’ve learned in the past, Sherrie is pretty reich wing.

In case you forgot, Sherrie spent a lot of time in 2022 fearmongering at right-wing GOP meet-and-greets across the state, warning scared white onlookers about the gay agenda making its way into Star Wars movies and children’s books about unicorns.

Remember this classic clip:

Yep, can you believe that lady spells clan with a “K.” ShocKer.

For what it’s worth, Sherrie explained away her bizarre Star Wars rant. She was actually claiming a children’s book about a grumpy unicorn of spreading the gay agenda because, you know, the unicorn had gay rainbow-colored blood…

It will be interesting to see how Sherrie explains away this gaffe. At last check, there are two ways to spell clan. The right way and, well the other way. I'll let the dictionary define it...

Yep, it looks like Sherrie may have to blame this one on her diabetes

Anyway, if you run across an Oklahoma lawmaker exposing their inner racist while sharing family photos on social media, I guess shoot us an email. 

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