New Video: Noem fights for the 2nd Amendment

NEW VIDEO: NOEM FIGHTS FOR THE 2ND AMENDMENT

Sioux Falls, S.D. – Rep. Kristi Noem today launched an online video campaign highlighting her lifelong defense of the Second Amendment. An avid hunter and sportsman, Noem once owned and operated a hunting lodge near her home in northeast South Dakota. She has been a stalwart defender of the Second Amendment, fighting against Obama-era regulations that limited gun rights and strongly supporting policies such as national right-to-carry reciprocity, which passed the House of Representatives this week. Noem has an ‘A’ rating from the National Rifle Association and is a lifetime member of the organization.

“I grew up in a family that always had a shotgun in the pickup,” Noem explains in the video. “Our kids need to grow up recognizing the Second Amendment is a statement on what the government’s role in our lives should and should not be. This right to bear arms gives us an opportunity to talk to our kids about the values that our country was founded on.”

8 Replies to “New Video: Noem fights for the 2nd Amendment”

      1. KM

        Funny!

        I think kristol is not from SD or she would know that Noem does hold town hall meetings, they’re called tele-town hall meetings. I’ve participated in two that Rounds has held.

        I don’t blame any politician for not holding town hall meetings, YouTube is filled with videos of town halls where the crowd gets pretty obnoxious and scary.

        Soros needs to pay his Resistance and Indivisible soldiers more, they’re not doing a very good job;)

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        1. Emoluments Clause

          Tele-town questions are greatly screened. Everyone I have listen to has never involved a tough question. They’re nothing but softball tele-town hall meetings.

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          1. Fled to Red

            Tele-town questions are greatly screened

            I’ve listened to many and spoken in a couple. I don’t recall any screening. Just being told I was next, and maybe asked the general area of my question. It’s been awhile, so things may have changed.

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          2. KM

            In the two I heard, some people were pretty rough. The first one, concerned repealing ACA and one lady that was really mad. I remember because my husband and I were laughing about how she wouldn’t stop drilling him. I can’t find the notes I took, but your wrong and you know it. And on top of it, you don’t think some type of screening would take place at a face-to-face town hall?

            The only thing I did suggest to the person who called the next day, asking follow-up questions, was to allow for a back-and-forth conversation. Seriously, EC, you blame them for not holding one? Did you forget what happened at the Rep. baseball practice or how about Rand Paul?

            Your questions certainly aren’t screened by contacting them through email or by calling their offices.

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  1. WR

    Nice ad. Whether you like her or not, you can tell she is authentic. Not something you can say about many politicians these days.

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