LMAO she cut out the part where Matt Walsh called her out for refusing to use the power she has to protect the citizens of South Dakota.— The Columbia Bugle ?? (@ColumbiaBugle) August 26, 2021
“No use for these Republicans who have made themselves useless. No use for @govkristinoem.”-@MattWalshBlog pic.twitter.com/aE2BbyAD1c https://t.co/wn62nXJEyo
No surprise that milquetoast Kristi Noem trots out the lame “misogyny” line. Exactly what I’d expect, and proving the point I was making about her.— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) August 26, 2021
Don’t worry though, governor. I know my opinion doesn’t matter to you. I don’t work for the Chamber of Commerce. https://t.co/HRPL7ukvLn
A Newsweek reporter contacted me to see whether I regret using “misogynistic language” about Kristi Noem. He said he wanted to give me a chance to “clarify” my comments for his article. Here was my response. pic.twitter.com/4mMoK7tXs3— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) August 26, 2021
Matt Walsh has embraced our critique here.
Conservatives like Gov. Kristi Noem of South Dakota run on cultural war grievances in a cynical attempt to harvest votes from backlash politics. Once in power though, you will find that they are incapable of doing anything about these grievances because of their complex True Cons ideology. They are just exploiting social conservatives by giving lip service to their grievances. It’s a con.
“Governor of South Dakota Kristi Noem has hit out at conservative podcast host Matt Walsh over comments she believed showed “horrible misogyny” before telling him, “eyes up here.”
The Republican Governor hit out at Walsh in a Wednesday tweet after the Daily Wire host bemoaned her decision not to ban businesses from introducing COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
Her position stands her in contrast to fellow Republican governors Ron DeSantis and Greg Abbott, both of whom barred business from requiring proof of vaccination from customers, something which annoyed Walsh. …”
Kristi Noem did this with the “trans women” in women’s sports bill. She is doing it now with the vaccine mandates issue. The truth is that her actual position is total subservience to business interests. Matt Walsh is correct that she is just another corporate Republican with a pretty face.
This is the crux of the issue. What is the point of empowering Republican governors and majorities? What are they actually going to do to represent their voters? Why give them power to only watch them squander it because of their absurd ideology? They can’t do anything in this country about any cultural issue – censorship, “trans,” vaccine mandates, etc. – because of their True Cons philosophical opposition to “Big Government,” but the very same people are adamant that we must spend trillions of dollars and occupy Afghanistan forever to prop up their fake puppet government!
“Big Government” works in Afghanistan. We must stay there forever to bankroll a vast utopian social engineering project in order to protect liberal democracy and women’s rights. We have to fight them over there in order to resettle them as refugees over here!