WashTimes: Bossie: In defense of Gov. Kristi Noem’s conservative credentials
Washington insiders have it wrong, again
A conservative governor leading the charge to defend God-given liberty in the United States is being criticized by some Washington insiders who say she isn’t conservative enough for them. Attacks from inside the beltway on political outsiders are nothing new; eerily similar attacks were orchestrated against Donald J. Trump by the same gang, and we all know the result. The ad hominem political attacks were ineffective and swatted away in favor of leadership, innovative policies, and guts.
From all I know about Governor Kristi Noem of South Dakota, no one should ever question her America-first conservative credentials. She understands what made both Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump special, and she governs in that style. Since taking office in 2019, Gov. Noem has led South Dakota to the most robust economy of any state in America and is on the front lines of the fight against radical socialism in her state, even as the warped ideology has infected the federal government under the leadership of Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Chuck Schumer, and Nancy Pelosi.
Right now, Kristi Noem is preparing to lead the legal challenges to President Biden’s unconstitutional vaccine mandates. Gov. Noem’s message to Biden was powerful: “We’ll see you in court.” Faceless bureaucrats at the Department of Labor have never been delegated this sort of power by Congress. Any such national mandate on businesses violates the Commerce Clause and the 10th Amendment to the Constitution.
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