Governor Kristi Noem: ‘COVID Didn’t Crush The Economy. Government Crushed The Economy’ (VIDEO)

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem was a massive hit at CPAC this weekend.

She pointed out that it wasn’t COVID that hurt the economy, it was the decision of liberal governors to lock down that hurt the economy.

She also pointed out that South Dakota never shut down businesses or churches.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Kristi Noem rips virus lockdowns in CPAC speech: ‘COVID didn’t crush economy. Government did’

Gov. Kristi Noem received several loud applause breaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference after slamming the government-imposed coronavirus lockdowns and touting her handling of the virus in South Dakota.

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“COVID didn’t crush the economy. Government crushed the economy,” Noem told the crowd of conservatives gathered in Orlando, Florida, on Saturday. “South Dakota is the only state in America that never ordered a single business or church to close.”…

“I took an oath when I was in Congress to uphold the United States Constitution,” Noem said last April. “So, I believe in people’s freedoms and liberties, and I always balance that with every decision that I make as governor. I get overly concerned with leaders who take too much power in a time of crisis because I think that’s how we directly lose our country someday by leaders overstepping their proper role.”

Watch the video below:

Noem also got applause for knocking Dr. Fauci. Watch:

Noem deserves credit for the good work she has done.

 

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