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South Dakota will not accept illegal migrants

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem (R) has put the Biden regime on notice that her state will refuse to accept any illegal alien migrants that are attempted to be sent there.  As a result of the Biden border crisis, which the presidents of Mexico and Guatemala have blamed on Biden's messaging to potential migrants, the southern US border is being overrun.  No proper vetting can be done or screening for infectious diseases including the Wuhan coronavirus.  The Biden regime is doing catch and release without even the formality of giving migrants court dates, and they are sending them all over the country.
Governor Noem cited the safety of her states citizens in making this refusal to accept these illegal aliens.  Any of them who are granted asylum also immediately qualify for welfare benefits, part of which has to be paid for by the states.
Where is NC Gautleiter "Coop 'em up" Cooper on this?  Shouldn't we also tell Biden "no way, Jose" on this?

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J Coward said:
( April 15th, 2021 @ 9:17 pm )
It's so funny to me how we got this "virus" that's suppose to be life threatening and Dr Fauci, Bill Gates, along with our Government is pushing vaccines but the illegals crossing the border by the hundreds aren't even being tested. Nobody doesn't seem to think this is strange! Yeah force vaccines on the American people and make them feel guilty for not taking it but just let people pour into the border!!!!
If this "virus" is truly that life threatening doesn't it seem closing up the border would make sense.

Hmmmmm..(think on that)

Not at all saying the virus isn't real but so is the regular flu, spanish flu, mad cow disease, meningitis,tuberculosis, MRSA, HIV, cancer, diabetes, Pertussis, ect..
( April 15th, 2021 @ 1:39 pm )
Something needs to be done about the money grubbing NGOs, most affiliated with social gospel religious denominations that rake in big bucks housing so-called "refugees", many from countries with active Islamist terrorist organizations. one solution would be to require them to get licenses that would be made difficult and post very large bonds, when would drive them elsewhere.

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