Noem, Pompeo, other probable 2024 presidential candidates visit Iowa

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Christian conservatives collected in downtown Des Moines Friday to listen to from political leaders who decried the “woke” remaining, the liberal media and cultural drift absent from Christian values, previewing probable election themes for both equally 2022 and 2024.

At the yearly Household Leadership Summit, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds condemned “the elevation of an angry, ever-shifting ethical code of wokeness,” and former U.S. Sec. Mike Pompeo urged the crowd, “Don’t enable the woke socialists get you down.”

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem reported she “really hates” the America her new granddaughter was born into.

“I don’t understand the region I experienced the chance to mature up in,” she explained. “I just you should not.”

“The time has occur for each American devoted to religion and independence to stand up and combat back against the agenda the radical left,” mentioned previous vice president Mike Pence.