‘If a leader will take too much power in a time of crisis, that is how we lose our country…’
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem has simultaneously kept the state open, protected the liberties of her citizens, and started the first state-wide hydroxychloroquine clinical trials in the nation, all while winning the battle against the Wuhan flu.
Despite negative coverage from the corporate news media, Noem has resisted calls to shut down her state’s businesses, churches, hospitals, and schools, Fox News reported.
“The governor just lets this problem get bigger and bigger and bigger,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren said on “The Rachel Maddow Show.”
Noem has refused to subject South Dakota’s citizens to mass unemployment, which leads to substance abuse, suicide, poverty, and other health issues.. Continue reading