Gov. Noem Calls for Immediate Review of State Investments

Gov. Noem Calls for Immediate Review of State Investments

PIERRE, S.D. – Today, Governor Kristi Noem called for an immediate review of all investments under the control of the South Dakota Investment Council in order to determine if taxpayer dollars are being invested in companies that pose a threat to our national security, like those in Communist China. She challenged the Investment Council to complete the review in 7 days.

“South Dakotans deserve to know if their taxpayer dollars are being invested to benefit the Chinese Communist Party,” said Governor Kristi Noem. “The Investment Council has ensured that South Dakota has the best-funded pension in the country. But it is not possible to make good deals with bad people. If this review shows that such investment is taking place, then the Investment Council should propose alternative investment options.”

Last week, Governor Noem signed an Executive Order banning TikTok for South Dakota state government.

This week, Governor Noem wrote in the Wall Street Journal, “Many American intelligence officials believe that the Chinese Communist Party poses the greatest threat to the U.S., and most American people agree. If [President] Biden won’t take this threat seriously, then Congress and state governments must fill the gap.”


8 thoughts on “Gov. Noem Calls for Immediate Review of State Investments”

  1. What’s the criteria? It’s nearly impossible to invest in American companies that sell things without indirectly investing in China.

  2. She is so dumb. So dumb. So she gets to decide this? Is there anything she can’t do? Or anything she doesn’t know?

  3. Just wait—some Hillsdale College flunkie will conduct a “audit” and recommend moving the funds into Trump Co owned properties…

  4. Better get rid of all Apple devices too.

    The next conundrum for her to deal with is to get rid of all foreign-made state vehicles and decided if that means Fords (US OWNED, made in Mexico) or Toyotas (Japan owned, made in ‘Merica).

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