South Dakota, Iowa, And Nebraska Join Forces To Pray Away Natural Disasters

Gov. Kristi L. Noem (R-SD)

Three governors in three Midwest states declared April 7th as a “Statewide Day of Prayer” in the wake of extreme floods.

Governors in Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota all declared Sunday, April 7th as a “Statewide Day of Prayer" in the wake of horrendous flooding that swept the Midwest last month.

In an executive proclamation issued last week, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem declared Sunday, April 7th an official day of prayer across the state, KIMT3 News reports. "I am asking South Dakotans to join me in praying for the well-being of our state, our first responders, and all those who've been affected by this disaster,” she said.

Noem, an outspoken climate change denier, said that "extreme weather and extreme flooding" wreaked havoc across her state, and urged citizens to give victims and first responders their spiritual support.

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds and Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts also made similar statements.

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Comments (11)
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Fabi
Fabi

What about actually doing SOMETHING??

Zlohcuc
Zlohcuc

A quickie...if atheists don't believe in a sky pilot....what beliefs are they looking to foist on anyone?

elpaulo
elpaulo

They will still look for a handout from the federal govt and of course get it from the trump admin since so many of the maga cultists live in these religious states. Praying isnt going to help, but these idiots sure think it will. Unfortunately, praying didnt stop all the disasters in the bible belt since gays were allowed to marry.

If they love religion so much, move to Iran. They can live in their religious utopia there and leave america to prosper.

thelonnie
thelonnie

Too late. God already sent the scientists, and you ignored them.

Governor Rice
Governor Rice

God sent to us Bernie Sanders and AOC to solve the crisis.