South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem took aim at Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz for coronavirus restrictions in his state and the subsequent economic fallout, encouraging Minnesotans to move west.
“@GovTimWalz shut down Minnesota’s economy. Now, he’s facing $1.3 BILLION in budget shortfalls and is recommending huge tax increases to make ends meet,” she tweeted Tuesday.
“REMINDER TO MINNESOTANS: South Dakota Means Business,” she added, accompanied by a video that she posted in July urging people to move to her state, where businesses weren’t restricted by coronavirus lockdowns.