Noem banned by seventh Native American tribe

Published May 15, 2024

A seventh Native American tribe in South Dakota has banned Gov. Kristi Noem (R) from its reservation after she commented earlier this year that tribal leaders benefited from drug cartels.

The Crow Creek Sioux Tribe in central South Dakota voted Tuesday to ban Noem from its reservation, citing her cartel comments, the tribe confirmed on social media.

The vote means just two of her state’s nine reservations have not banned Noem from visiting.

“The people voted unanimously to ban her along with the tribal council for her derogatory remarks about the tribes and cartels,” tribal council member Kyle Loudner told The Dakota Scout. “And about the remarks she made about the children being nobodies their whole lives because of the parents.”

The Hill has reached out to the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe for further comment.

“We’ve got some tribal leaders that I believe are personally benefiting from the cartels being there, and that’s why they attack me every day,” the governor said at a forum in March.

“But I’m going to fight for the people who actually live in those situations, who call me and text me every day and say, ‘Please, dear governor, please come help us in Pine Ridge. We are scared,” Noem said, referencing the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in her state.



RELATED: Gov. Kristi Noem banished by another South Dakota tribe; could be banned from nearly 20% of her state

Published May 15, 2024

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is banned from entering a growing portion of her state after a fifth tribe banished her and another considered similar action over comments she made earlier this year about tribal leaders benefitting from drug cartels.

The latest developments in the ongoing tribal dispute come on the heels of the backlash Noem faced for writing about killing a hunting dog that misbehaved in her latest book. It is not clear how these controversies will affect her chances to become Donald Trump’s running mate because it is hard to predict what the former president will do.



RELATED: Kristi Noem: Trump VP hopeful outlawed on six Native American reservations

Published May 15, 2024

Two Native American tribes in South Dakota have barred its governor, Kristi Noem, from their land as she doubles down on derogatory commentary against tribal leaders and reservation life.

The latest bans add to existing exclusions from four other reservations this year. Ms Noem is now banned from nearly one-fifth of state territory.

It comes after the Republican cut short a disastrous national media book tour.

Ms Noem was once a frontrunner to be Donald Trump’s running mate this year.

Less than three months ago, she topped a poll of candidates to run as vice-president for the November election. However, a crop of recent controversies, including a story of how she shot a pet dog, have drawn bipartisan criticism.

The Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate and Yankton Sioux tribes on Friday passed separate resolutions to prohibit Ms Noem from setting foot in their territory.

The tribes joined the Cheyenne River Sioux, Oglala Sioux, Rosebud Sioux and Standing Rock Sioux tribes in making the state’s chief executive an outlaw on their lands. It means six of South Dakota’s nine Native tribes are now refusing her entry.





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