South Dakota FAILS to pass bill stopping “private use eminent domain” for carbon capture and here’s why it happened…

Daniel Horowitz reported tonight that South Dakota failed to pass a bill that would have prevented “private use eminent domain” for what he says is Agenda 2030 carbon capture.

Horowitz said the bill lost by just 3 votes in the House and added “you gotta believe it would have made a big difference if Kristi Noem had sided with freedom.”

Here’s the tweet:

Somebody threw this out…

She’s an investor in the ethanol company, which is not the carbon pipeline company. However if she is supporting this carbon pipeline that would explain a lot. That said, I don’t know what is so hard about supporting legislation like this. Horowitz is right to question her because this is just odd.

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