Gov. Kristi Noem Says Gop Should Run On ‘The Constitution,’ ‘Limited Government’ Ahead Of 2022 Midterms


South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem weighed in on what Republicans should prioritize ahead of the 2022 midterm elections during her visit to CPAC in Orlando.

“I think Republicans and conservatives need to focus on where we’re going, what’s our vision for the future,” Noem told Fox News Digital in an interview.

“We all know that Joe Biden’s a terrible president. We all know that he’s wrecking this country and that we’re against 99.9% of what he’s doing to destroy our freedoms. But we need to talk about what we stand for as well and what we embrace, how special of a gift this country is and how we want to protect that for the next generation.”

Noem, who previously served in the House of Representatives and is seeking reelection as governor in November, urged Republicans to run on the Constitution and “limited government,” reminding voters that “the power’s with the people.”

“We’re going to keep taxes low, keep regulations low, give them opportunities to be successful and to partner where appropriate,” Noem said. “For me, it is just telling the story of South Dakota … We have the No. 1 economy in the country. We’re growing, our people are thriving, they’re happier, and it’s because we’ve been following conservative principles.”

On the subject of increasing censorship from Big Tech, Noem suggested Congress “can take action,” citing Section 230 as something lawmakers can revisit but also pr… (Read more)

Comments are closed.