In recent months, Republican Governor of South Dakota Kristi Noem has risen to the forefront.
She opposed locking down her state when panic over COVID was at its highest.
And she impressed the nation by hosting the president at Mount Rushmore on the Fourth of July.
Now, she has a message for liberals.
She is telling everyone there is a better way to “social distance.”
One that PETA didn’t like one bit:
On Wednesday, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, the bane of those who embrace draconian social distancing measures, issued a tweet showing herself shooting, along with a succinct comment: “This is how we do social distancing in South Dakota.”
Are you bonkers or just cruel?
Do you call it social distancing because with such needless violence no one will want to visit your state? https://t.co/slvclGPxRz
— PETA (@peta) September 24, 2020
The Republican showed herself hunting in the lush wildlands of South Dakota.
She posted the video with a clever comment about social distancing.
The governor has a good point. What better way to “social distance” than to get out into the fresh air and do a little bit of hunting?
It’s good for the soul and might put some food on the table.
Far-left animal rights group PETA was outraged. They attacked the conservative woman for her love of hunting, as they often do.
She didn’t hesitate to respond:
Many on the Left simply don’t understand our South Dakota way of life. We hunt. We fish. We pray. And we love America.
PETA tried to shame Noem, by saying her hunting was “needless violence” and that it would discourage anyone from visiting her state.
Noem put these coastal elitists in their place by explaining that South Dakota residents have a much different way of life.
While PETA is shaming Americans for engaging in an activity as old as time itself, Noem is celebrating American values.
Who do you stand with: Governor Noem of PETA?
- Noem showed off her hunting skills in a tweet.
- PETA tried to shame her by calling it “needless violence.”
- Noem responded by celebrating South Dakota’s values.