Elected as an ally of Donald Trump, Noem consistently backed his agenda. She took a hands-off approach to the COVID-19 pandemic in South Dakota, with her response and rhetoric mirroring the Trump administration's handling of the pandemic. Noem did not implement face mask mandates and frequently raised doubts about the efficacy of mask-wearing, encouraged large gatherings without social distancing or mask-wearing, and rejected the advice of public health experts She backed the Trump administration's allegations of voter fraud in the 2020 United States presidential election without evidence, and has signed socially conservative laws such as banning transgender athletes from competing in women's school and collegiate sports.
Former President Donald Trump: "As we gather tonight, our country is being destroyed before our very own eyes. Crime is exploding. Police departments are being ripped apart and defunded. Can you believe that?"— CSPAN (@cspan) 2021年6月6日
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Former President Donald Trump: "The media, the Democrats and the so-called experts are now finally admitting what I first said 13 months ago, the evidence demonstrates that the virus originated in a Chinese government lab. Couldn't say it."— CSPAN (@cspan) 2021年6月6日
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Former President Donald Trump: "The 2020 presidential election was by far the most corrupt election in the history of our country..."— CSPAN (@cspan) 2021年6月6日
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Former President Donald Trump on Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook: "They say they may allow me back in two years. I'm not too interested in that."— CSPAN (@cspan) 2021年6月6日
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Former President Donald Trump: "Remember, I am not the one trying to undermine American democracy. I'm the one that's trying to save it. Please remember that."— CSPAN (@cspan) 2021年6月6日
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A lot of misinformation comes from fake news, but even more comes from our own refusal to research fact and question things.— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) June 5, 2021
People WANT to blindly believe one random thing they saw online, and don’t realize the context, that it’s dated, has been addressed, or is outright false.