A whopping 22% of Democrats say that the statement ‘Some men can get pregnant’ is true: poll

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In a WPA Intelligence poll of registered voters, 22% of Democrats indicated that they thought the statement “Some men can get pregnant” is true.

The poll also found that 36% of college-educated white Democratic women, 29% of white Democratic women, 27% of people who identify as liberal, and 21% of Biden voters also thought that the statement was accurate.

While majorities of each group indicated that they consider the statement to be false, the significant proportion of Democrats who indicated that they consider the statement to be true demonstrates the extent to which the preposterous dogmas of radical leftist gender ideology have metastasized on the political left.


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Though it is obviously impossible for biological men to bear children, the proponents of radical gender ideology teach that a biological woman can identify as a man. Since a transgender man can bear children, some leftists claim that men can get pregnant — but in reality, a transgender man is simply a biological woman masquerading as a man.

The absurdity has also seeped into language with the use of terms such as “birthing people.”

“Overall, few Americans think men can get pregnant,” WPAi managing director Conor Maguire said, according to the Daily Wire. “But with 36% of a core Democratic constituency (college-educated white Democratic women) and one out of five Democrat voters believing this, one can see why Democratic leaders coddle the radical gender theory movement.”

GOP Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas retweeted the Daily Wire’s article about the poll and quipped, “Given Democrat men, this might be true.”


Responding to a tweet from WPA Intelligence, Cassy Garcia, the Republican congressional candidate challenging Democratic Rep. Henry Cuellar in Texas, tweeted, “Men cannot get pregnant. This shouldn’t be controversial.”


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