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Stitt goes Cock-a-doodle-doo for Cockfighting…

1:52 PM EST on November 17, 2023

Cue your “It’s Been Zero Days Since Oklahoma Was a National Embarrassment” graphic!

Early this week, “job creators” from around the country learned there’s at least one uncivilized state left to avoid after Governor Kevin Stitt recorded a cheerful video message for a meeting of the Oklahoma Gamefowl Commission – the rural yardbird organization that’s trying to overturn the will of civilized Oklahoma voters and decriminalize the ancient animal blood sport of cockfighting.  

In the video, Stitter specifically expressed his remorse for not attending the event to pander to attendees in person and let the rural rednecks know he was cheering them on from the sidelines as they fight to restore Oklahoma’s “long and storied history” of producing angry chickens that are trained to fight to the death for the viewing and gambling enjoyment of high school dropouts, low-lives and other men who drive Ford pickups and don’t know how to read good.

Check this out:

Boy, isn’t that great? In just one week, Oklahoma had a Senator challenge a man to a fistfight during a Senate hearing, and its Governor release a video supporting cockfighters. Say what you want about Oklahoma voters, but they sure are good at electing macho Oklahoma posers with small penises. Seriously, what’s next? Lawmakers meeting up to slaughter the buffalo at Medicine Park?

I know Stitt doesn’t have any shame when it comes to pandering to deplorables, and I have no doubt he’s a genuine fan of cockfighting and other blood sports, but I can’t believe he’s actually admitting to it on video.

I wonder what other behind-the-times, generally frowned-upon conservative value he’s going to endorse next? Child marriage? The public stoning of heretics?

“I wish I could be with you for the Oklahoma Biblical Punishment Foundation annual legislative meeting, but I wanted to take a moment to cheer you on from the pew. From statehood today, Oklahomans like yourselves have remained dedicated to the implementation of biblical values and punishment in Oklahoma penal codes and statutes, and your work helps keep them enshrined for centuries to come.”

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