GOP governors share COVID reopening success stories on 'Hannity' exclusive

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem recalled never closing a single business during the pandemic while the rest of the nation’s small businesses went under in tragic numbers.

We didn’t even define what an essential business was,” 彼女は言いました. “Because according to the oath I took to the South Dakota Constitution, アメリカ. 憲法, I didn’t believe I had the authority to tell anybody that their business wasn’t essential.


Noem mentioned that today, her state recorded the fastest growing GDP in the country at 9.9% and unemployment at 2.8% by consistently installing conservative principles.

Leadership has consequences,” 彼女は言いました. “And you just look at Democrat states and what happened to families of businesses there; you look at Republican states and how they’re growing and they’re thriving… it works for the American people.

フロリダ州政府. Ron DeSantis said perhaps the biggesttragedyfrom the left is locking kids out of schools and denying them in-person education, while DeSantis made it a priority to reopen classroom learning.

This is politics and ideology and, quite frankly, it’s a disgrace,” 彼は言った. “Some of these kids are not going to have a future as a result of those bad policies.

テネシー州政府. Bill Lee explained that parents in his state have the power to choose whether or not to send their children to school. Lee said Tennessee was able to cut taxes this year as well as welcome new businesses that were attracted to looser regulations.

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds expressed her focus on keeping food processing plants up and running throughout the pandemic since Iowa farmers produce more than 10% of the nation’s food supply.

We were able to keep our economy open,” 彼女は言いました. “We were able to balance the lives and livelihoods of Iowans and we were able to do it in a responsible manner. And all of us were able to do that and I think we’re reaping the benefits of that today because we’re coming back stronger than ever.

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu said he believes the reason GOP governors found success was their initial ability to earn public trust withtransparency and communication.