This is just a quick update on the post I wrote, here a week ago about Chinese-owned Smithfield Foods’ role in creating a massive Chinese virus hot spot in South Dakota. Apparently the company is blaming the workers’ community culture and the workers point a finger at the company’s management of the plant. Thanks to … Continue reading Changing South Dakota One Slaughterhouse at a Time
I wish I was tech-savvy and knew how to design a Bull S*** meter for stories like this one. Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR)/Muslim Brotherhood activist to speak in Huron, South Dakota on Sunday (April 15th) to assure all of you that there is nothing to fear from migration of Muslim political activists to … Continue reading South Dakota: Meet Taneeza Islam, your friendly Muslim (activist) next door!
Amazing! I am sure that when State Senator Neal Tapio proposed his bill and secured a hearing on it—a bill to slow refugee flow from certain countries to SD—he couldn’t have envisioned how that failed bill has now exposed so much about the fearful ‘leaders’ and the dishonest media in that state…. ….’leaders’ who apparently … Continue reading SOS! from Ireland to South Dakota, media covers for global migration plan
….but the fear isn’t about fear for the safety of citizens of South Dakota, it is the fear the Left and Islamic supremacists know how to stir—the fear of being called names or appearing ‘unwelcoming’ that will be the death of the west! And, so they give us gobbledygook about the beauty of cultural diversity … Continue reading In South Dakota, it is about pleasing the Chamber, about low wage workers and fear
It was an eye-opener on so many levels Hohmann recounted to me and here is the first of a couple of posts on what he saw and learned when he was invited to help educate a South Dakota legislative committee about refugee resettlement and the refugees being secretly placed in American towns in recent years. … Continue reading Investigative reporter and blogger, Leo Hohmann's first-hand account of trip to South Dakota