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Gov. Kristi Noem: Colorado Supreme Court Official ‘Disconnected’ From ‘Reality’

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South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem expressed concern about Colorado’s secretary of state, Jena Griswold, and Maine Secretary of State Shenna Bellows for their decisions regarding the primary ballot and their definition of insurrection.

Noem criticized their actions as undermining the criminal justice system and the constitution, warning that the U.S. would cease to exist if their reality were allowed to move forward.

She also emphasized the need for a competent leader in the face of global threats. (Trending: Obama Judge Issues Shock Ruling Against Democrats)

“So listen,” Noem said, “these two secretary of states, what they’ve decided is, that they are judge and jury and that we don’t need a criminal justice system in the United States anymore.”

“We don’t need law and order, and we don’t need a constitution. They can just decide on what their definition of insurrection is and their definition of how someone participates in it or talks about it, or even discusses it,” she said.

“So, you know, if their reality were allowed to move forward, the United States of America would cease to exist.”

“You know, we are going to be electing the leader of the free world. If you look at the chaos that is going on in the world between the threats that we face — Russia — and what Israel is facing, and Ukraine and North Korea and the unrest that we see, we need a leader of the free world that knows what he’s doing, and knows how to form a full sentence and can walk up a few flights of stairs too, and work a full day without taking a break.”

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