CAPAC presented South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, who bragged about her policies that are helping to spread the virus.
Noem: Let's talk about rewriting history. We have Republican governors across the country pretending they haven't closed their states … that they haven't closed their beaches …. pic.twitter.com/LE16B2f680
– Acyn (@Acyn) July 11, 2021
Noem said at C (OVID) PAC: "Let's talk about rewriting history. We have Republican governors across the country pretending they haven't closed their states, closed their beaches, didn't mandate masks, didn't provide shelter. Now I'm not fighting with Republican governors. All I'm saying is that we need leaders with courage that their first instinct is to make the right decision so they don't back down and try to convince you that they never made the wrong decision. "
Kristi Noem doesn't have this problem because she made the wrong decision from the start.
Noem may have caused a quarter of a million COVID infections with the Sturgis rally
Governor Noem and the Republicans of South Dakota deny this, but a study found that Noem's decisions on how to deal with the pandemic may have resulted in over a quarter of a million new infections, blaming Kristi Noem for one of the world's largest super-spreader events, the entire pandemic .
What Noem calls grits others would call a reckless threat to life for party political gain.
Kristi Noem wants recognition for the spread of COVID
Governor Noem wants to be president. She is aiming for a run in the White House in 2024, and she plans to credit herself with her decisions that may have sparked one of the worst superspreader events in North America.
The Republican Party is so mad about the pandemic that Noem is wearing it as a badge of honor to spread the virus and likely kill people.
Mr. Easley is the executive editor of the White House press pool and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor's degree in political science. His thesis focused on public policy with a specialization in social reform movements.
Awards and professional memberships
Member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Political Science Association