The tweet comes after a number of Republicans took a pro-life and pro-family stance by informing the Biden administration that asylum-seeking children seeking safety in the United States can also stay out of their states, please and thanks.
“Ricketts Gov. Denies Request to Homestead Immigrant Children in Nebraska Omaha World Herald mentioned this week. “This is not our problem. That’s the president’s problem, ”Kim Reynolds from Iowa He said. But it is not enough to tell the president. No. Naim wants asylum seekers to also be included in the blame:
So Noem shows how Twitter can really be a blazing bonfire for hanging out. But the platform can also be used to undo these incorrect views, as a number of people have shown. Whereas, South Dakota is home to fewer immigrants (about 35,000 in 2018, the US Immigration Board Estimates) that they “Constitutes a significant share of the state’s workforce, “said the organization, and El Paso MP Veronica Escobar noted:
CBS News reporter David Pignaoud chirp He received a letter directly from a doctor in the state. This doctor wrote to him, “I’m terrified.” “It’s not as Christ-like as possible. Especially after the Smithfield disaster and our history on Native American issues, that’s as low as it gets.” Others on Twitter made similar observations.
“The irony in this harsh letter from the Governor of South Dakota is that only South Dakota exists, as thousands of illegal white immigrants from Europe used the Homestead Act from 1860 to 1920 to steal land from Native Americans without compensation or compensation,” human rights attorney Kasim Rasheed chirp.
Topping all of this Tweet July 2020 Commented by “Noem” on her account starting Wednesday afternoon. It appears to be a tweet promoting the state. “There is no place in America like South Dakota. We would love for you to join us.” “Come grow your company; live your life; fulfill your dreams. We can make it happen for you now, because South Dakota means business.” Unless you are an asylum seeker. Then the message is: Stay away.