Gov. Noem, Rep. Milstead to address CPAC this weekend

From the Rapid City Journal, Governor Kristi Noem will be addressing CPAC this weekend.. and we’ll also hear from State Rep. Rhonda Milstead:

Gov. Kristi Noem will speak at 1:50 p.m. Mountain Time on Saturday at CPAC, considered the largest conservative gathering in the world.

Additionally, State Rep. Rhonda Milstead, R-Hartford, will speak at 1:20 p.m. MT the same day on a panel called “My Pronouns are First Place and Winning: Protecting Women’s Sports.”

Read that here.

I believe you can catch the speeches by clicking here.

10 thoughts on “Gov. Noem, Rep. Milstead to address CPAC this weekend”

  1. Let’s hope the senators serving on the State Affairs Committee will be watching. Next Wednesday they will hear Rep. Milstead’s Fairness in Wome’s Sprorts bill in Committee

    1. Do you get a lot of calls on such things? The thought of some transgender kid winning a 100 meter dash trophy from some other competitor? That is what people are most concerned about, Fred?

      How many times has this happened?

  2. The thoughtful deliberations presented to us by Representative Milstead helped everyone understand the timely and important work she is carrying on with at C-PAC. And every Conservative State and Conservatives everywhere all wish they had our Governor!

  3. “No,” the governor said Wednesday afternoon after being asked if she will run for president in 2024, during a trip to Sioux Falls. “I am focused on staying here in South Dakota.” (Argus Leader, January 6, 2021)

    Uh huh. Sure.

  4. At today’s CPAC event, Noem will be talking about “…making responsible decisions, not just for the people here and protecting their health, but also growing the economy and protecting it for future generations,” she said.” (RCJ January 26, 2021)

    No masks. No distancing. Crowds encouraged. Those kind of “responsible decisions”? Uh huh. Sure.

    1. Yes, and SD coronavirus numbers compared very favorably to those states that had the lockdowns and mandatory masks. Unlike what you said, Noem always encouraged distancing. And yes our economy is doing excellent, unemployment is hovering around 3.5%, sales/use tax collections are up showing economic growth.

      But I assume Elk that you would trade away all that for the lockdowns and masks which in other states have shown worse results, plus their economies are in shambles with a lot of businesses permanently closing and thousands of workers without jobs, unemployment high, and suicides rising.

      Florida, no lockdowns, thriving. New York & California, restrictive lockdowns and masks, in shambles.

      1. “Noem always encouraged distancing”?

        Perhaps you missed the many maskless group photos she has taken? Or maybe your truth isn’t limited by reality.

  5. Anonymous at 10:45 writes: “SD coronavirus numbers compared very favorably to those states that had the lockdowns and mandatory masks.”

    Hmm.

    Last I looked, we were only behind North Dakota in number of cases per 100,000. We are number eight in the nation for highest death rate. We’d be higher but the first states struck by the virus in the NE didn’t have a clue how to handle it, so they are still higher.

    So, why do you say things like that?

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