Kristi Noem Rails At Joe Biden For Creating One Massive ‘National Security Issue’ Regarding America’s Food Supply

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem blasted President Joe Biden anew over his administration’s lack of an effective policy regarding the nation’s food supply.

Noem in particular lashed out at Biden for allowing foreign adversaries to buy up massive amounts of American farmland.

”Our food supply is our national security policy. It just is. For years, I’ve been watching foreign countries, other entities that are not friends of the United States, buy up our fertilizer companies, our chemical companies, our processing systems, and those entities,” she told Newsmax TV’s Eric Bolling on Friday.

”Now we see other people buying hundreds of thousands of acres of land; and, listen, many times it is foreign entities in some of these states as well. So we have countries like China that own all these different pieces, and they’re not dummies,” she continued.

“They know that when they control our food supply, they control us. So this is a national security policy issue that the American people need to be aware of,” Noem continued.

”We’ve always had in the United States of America a priority of keeping safe and affordable food supply that’s diversified, so one person or one country doesn’t control it. We are losing that. We’re losing that on Joe Biden’s watch, and it is a concern for us, our country, and for those families out there that are looking to feed their kids every week when they go to the grocery store,” the GOP governor went on.

She also talked about her political future and what she has done in her state.

”I don’t really play in hypotheticals,” she said on being a possible GOP VP pick. ”What I’ve said, though, is that if President Trump runs, I certainly will support him. His policies were great for our country.

“You know, I think that it’s important that people recognize that leadership has consequences. All you have to do is go from state to state to see the consequences of who was sitting in that governor’s office, and all of us should be evaluated by the decisions that we made,” she added.

When asked who it might be at the top of the Republican primary, she said: “I have no idea.”

”You know, I’m running for reelection here, to stay and be the governor of South Dakota. So I hope that people here want to keep me,” Noem said.

”I think we’re thriving here and bringing a lot of hope to this country, and it would be incredible if I could get the opportunity to continue to serve the folks here.”

She also talked about her decision to keep South Dakota open during the pandemic.

”Those were unique times, unprecedented times. And in many of those decisions, I stood alone,” she said. ”But it was right for our Constitution. It was the right decision then and now, and South Dakota’s thriving because of it. I’m so proud of our state and what we did together.”


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