Gov. Kristi Noem Invites Unvaccinated Los Angeles County Deputies Facing Termination To Move To South Dakota

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South Dakota Republican Gov. Kristi Noem invited Los Angeles County law enforcement officers who are facing potential firing over refusal to comply with a COVID-19 vaccine mandate to move to her state.

“South Dakota honors our law enforcement officers, and we respect personal freedom. In particular, we appreciate the tireless work that law enforcement does to defend our freedoms,” Noem said in a statement on Wednesday.

“In South Dakota, you will not be fired for making personal health decisions. We are working on legislation to protect your right to medical, religious, and natural immunity exemptions to COVID-19 vaccinations. We would love to have you come join us,” she added.

The statement noted that Noem launched a campaign in October 2020 to recruit law enforcement officers to the state that led to hundreds of new hirings in South Dakota.

Noem also took to Twitter to extend her personal invitation to the Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies.

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