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January 12, 2021

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larry kurtz

Saudi-funded SDGOP chair Dan Lederman paid Gordon Howie a five figure sum to abandon his third party insurgency. Now the chasm separating the establishment Republicans from the principled conservatives in South Dakota is widening even more. Ideological purists loathe Lederman because sleaze and crime built his business. He spent $50,000 to buy a seat in South Dakota's corrupt legislature flaunting the same class by throwing it away resigning after the 2015 session then forcing his way into the chair of South Dakota's earth hater party and challenging Trump darling Governor Kristi Noem to become a Republican elector.

There is a mass exodus underway from the SDGOP and there isn’t a single story about it in the South Dakota media. Principled conservatives are sick of being lied to by Zionist mob boss Lederman and are already fighting back against the South Dakota Republican Party insiders in the state. South Dakota's most ardent citizens for liberty are recruiting conservatives to run not just for the legislature but for statewide offices, too. That Lederman would steer criminals like Mohammed bin Salman into South Dakota is completely within his crooked wheelhouse.

The patriot movement wants to leave the GOP and form its own party. How would that work in South Dakota, Steve?

larry kurtz

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https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2021/01/statement.html

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