The big question is where are all the illegal aliens going?
Possibly aligned with this is why is Governor Noem being prevented from going on a South Dakota Indian reservation?
If all the illegals crossing the border are all men of military age, why don’t we see them all over the country? We see some but where are they going? It’s being reported that millions of illegals are being allowed into the US and many are men of military age.
Seriously, where are the million or more men of military age, many from dangerous areas across the globe, hiding?
The Biden policy is to allow anyone into the country, including military aged men from Venezuela and the Middle East unabated.
However, an Indian tribe in South Dakota won’t allow the governor to enter its reservation. The tribe’s rationale is because Governor Noem has reportedly discussed sending troops to Texas to help deter illegal immigration.
A South Dakota tribe has banned Republican Gov. Kristi Noem from the Pine Ridge Reservation after she spoke this week about wanting to send razor wire and security personnel to Texas to help deter immigration at the U.S.-Mexico border and also said cartels are infiltrating the state’s reservations.
“Due to the safety of the Oyate, effective immediately, you are hereby Banished from the homelands of the Oglala Sioux Tribe!” Tribe President Frank Star Comes Out said in a Friday statement addressed to Noem. “Oyate” is a word for people or nation.
Star Comes Out accused Noem of trying to use the border issue to help get former U.S. President Donald Trump re-elected and boost her chances of becoming his running mate.
Noem also shared that a group connected to border crossing cartels is responsible for spreading drugs throughout the US and is killing people on the reservation.
Star Comes Out also addressed Noem’s remarks in the speech to lawmakers Wednesday in which she said a gang calling itself the Ghost Dancers is murdering people on the Pine Ridge Reservation and is affiliated with border-crossing cartels that use South Dakota reservations to spread drugs throughout the Midwest.
Star Comes Out said he took deep offense at her reference, saying the Ghost Dance is one of the Oglala Sioux’s “most sacred ceremonies,” “was used with blatant disrespect and is insulting to our Oyate.”