South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem said that Republicans need to hold their leadership accountable and look hard at why the GOP has performed badly over the past two election cycles.
“We have to look at our party leadership and hold them accountable to winning, and to making sure they’re providing us the guidance that we need,” Noem said Friday on the “Just the News, No Noise” TV show.
“I think we got to ask ourselves, why we’re not winning,” Noem said. “We had a rough election cycle as well as the previous one to this where we lost the Senate, the House and the White House. Now that we underperformed in this election cycle, we need to look at what we’re doing and why we’re not winning. Frankly, I’m sick of having those types of situations.”
The South Dakota governor said that the upcoming Georgia runoff will be the test to see if the GOP is going in the right direction.
“It’ll be interesting to see what happens in Georgia,” Noem concluded. “I think that’s a key indicator on if we’re going in the right direction, and how much our party is really putting out on the line to make sure that we can win these types of races that are so important.”
In 2015, I posted an essay on the GOP’s desperate need for an overhaul. Everything I discussed is still relevant. They have to be willing to bare-knuckle brawl the DemProgs and fight to get America back and keep it.
All else is worthless.