South Dakota: Injun Tribe Bans Governor from Visiting Because She Opposes Illegal Immigration

So, the Injuns can ban people from entering their fake country, but the US government can’t do the same for a real country?

The Guardian:

A South Dakota tribe has banned the state’s Republican governor, Kristi Noem, from one of the US’s largest reservations after she spoke this week about wanting to send razor wire and security personnel to Texas to help deter immigration at the southern border with Mexico.

The Oglala Sioux tribe president said Noem’s ban from the Pine Ridge reservation resulted from the fact that many arriving at the US border with Mexico are Indigenous people from places like El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico, who come “in search of jobs and a better life”.

Noem had also said drug cartels were infiltrating the state’s reservations shortly before the ban was announced.

“Due to the safety of the Oyate, effective immediately, you are hereby Banished from the homelands of the Oglala Sioux Tribe!” Star Comes Out said in a Friday statement addressed to Noem. “Oyate” is a word for people or nation.

Injun leader Frank Star Comes Out

Star Comes Out accused Noem of trying to use the border issue to help get Donald Trump a second presidency and boost her chances of becoming his running mate.

He said those at border “don’t need to be put in cages, separated from their children like during the Trump Administration, or be cut up by razor wire furnished by, of all places, South Dakota”.

Star Comes Out also addressed Noem’s remarks in the speech to lawmakers on Wednesday in which she said a gang calling itself the Ghost Dancers was murdering people on the Pine Ridge reservation and was affiliated with border-crossing cartels that use South Dakota reservations to spread drugs throughout the midwest.

Star Comes Out said he took deep offense at her reference, saying it “was used with blatant disrespect and is insulting to our Oyate”. He said the Ghost Dance is one of the Oglala Sioux’s “most sacred ceremonies”.

He added that the tribe was a sovereign nation and does not belong to the state of South Dakota.

In November, Star Comes Out declared a state of emergency on the Pine Ridge reservation due to increasing crime. A judge ruled last year that the federal government has a treaty duty to support law enforcement on the reservation, but he declined to rule on the funding level the tribe sought.

You know, you can solve the crime problem by just handing out bottles of liquor.

The Indians won’t do any crimes if they’re drunk.

It’s very easy.

Why would anyone even want to go there?