Is Joe Biden a fair and reasonable president? Not if you look at his track record.
The Democrat seems determined to “punish” every Republican who stood loyal to Trump. In any way possible.
That could be why he canceled a traditional fireworks display in South Dakota. Was it really over crowd concerns as everything opens back up, or because the state’s governor is a loyal Trump supporter?
Gov. Noem took the issue to court. The judge decided not to get involved.
So, she is vowing to appeal in 2022.
A federal court has ruled there will be no Fourth of July fireworks at Mount Rushmore…
In a post on her Governor’s Twitter Account, Noem said “The Biden Administration cancelled South Dakota’s Mount Rushmore Fireworks Celebration on completely arbitrary grounds. I am disappointed the court gave cover to this unlawful action with today’s decision.”
And Noem promised to continue to pursue fireworks. “…rest assured the fight is not over.” Noem said in the Twitter post that her legal team will appeal in the pursuit of fireworks in 2022.
Joe Biden is able to cancel the yearly fireworks show, because it is being held on federal land.
For years, Independence Day was celebrated at the iconic monument. But Biden, claiming social distancing requirements, simply canceled the event.
This, of course, contradicts recent CDC guidelines that are resulting in the return of large gatherings.
Gov. Noem tried to fight to get the event reinstated. But a federal judge claimed it was not a “good idea” for the courts to get involved.
While that might sound like a reasonable ruling, it’s more of a copout. There is ample reason for the courts to rule on a decision made by Joe Biden.
The courts exist to check the power of Congress and the White House. If they don’t rule in this–what will they rule on?
It’s clear that Biden is using his influence to seek petty revenge against Republicans. Hardly the “unity” he promised back in January.
But Noem is undeterred. She vows she will bring back this yearly event, as soon as she can.
- A judge ruled against Gov. Noem in her fight for the fireworks show at Mount Rushmore.
- Noem vowed to appeal the decision, next year.
- Joe Biden canceled the event in an apparent attack against the Republican.