GOP Governor Banned From Indian Reservation

The United States has faced a serious crisis at the national southern border for several years. While the issue of illegal migration has always been a serious one, following the 2020 presidential election in which the current President Joe Biden achieved a victory over the incumbent President at the time Donald Trump at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic the situation has worsened considerably. It is estimated that since January 2021 over 5.5 million illegals have been able to enter the nation illicitly and tens of thousands continue to arrive each and every day. Cities like Chicago, New York, San Francisco, and others have been completely overwhelmed with the flow of thousands of migrants. Political leaders, most prominently on the left, but also on the right have called for taxpayer resources to be allocated to these people.

In Utah, the Republican legislature approved universal free healthcare for the children of illegal migrants. On Staten Island, New York, hundreds of migrants have been housed in apartment living facilities much to the chagrin of local residents. Even a school was shut down in Brooklyn for a day in order to accommodate these individuals. Taking all this into consideration, it is no surprise that in a recent survey, 45% of people claimed that the American dream was dead. These people claimed it had once held true but did not any longer, while nearly 20% claimed it never held true in the first place. Inflation continues to crush the average American as the prices of basic necessities have skyrocketed.

In a recent development, the governor of South Dakota Kristi Noem was banned from Indian reservations property in her home state due to a comment she made about the border. The Oglala Sioux tribe in that state accused Noem of using the border as a way to help the former president Donald Trump in his bid to retake the White House in November 2024.