Corinna Robinson: freshly back in South Dakota to protect us from minimum wage terrorists
So this is what the Dems have come up with against Noem. Someone who decided to move back to her home state after a lifetime away. Someone who as far as I can tell, has never voted in a South Dakota election. Someone who thinks that raising the minimum wage will prevent terrorist groups from forming.
Wait. Terrorist groups? What the…?
She spent more than 25 years away from South Dakota during that time before deciding to return. That time away, said Richard Schriever, a lifelong Democrat who attended the meeting, shouldn’t count against her in the coming election.
Robinson also cited her experience in counterterrorism as a way to back the state Democratic party’s efforts to raise the minimum wage.
“I knew firsthand that we could get on top of a lot of issues with minimum wage, so people can get jobs so they don’t have to commit crimes so they don’t have to get into terrorist groups,” Robinson said.