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South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem’s (R) spokesman Ian Fury on Wednesday said the Republican Party’s rising star has fallen victim to so-called “conservative cancel culture” because of concerns surrounding her decision not to sign a bill barring transgender athletes from participating in women’s sports.
“Governor Noem is very used to fighting off criticism from the left,” Fury told the Daily Caller in a statement. “After all, in the past year, she was the only governor in the entire nation to never order a single business or church in her state to close. The left bullied her incessantly, but she didn’t cave.”
“But if any number of conservative pundits are to be believed, that same governor who refused to cave is now caving to the NCAA and Amazon on the issue of fairness in women’s sports. What? Apparently, uninformed cancel culture is fine when the right is eating their own,” Fury said.
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