BREAKING: She Just Confirmed Supreme Court Rumors – Voters Stunned…

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem (R) reacted to the Supreme Court’s decision to strike down Roe v. Wade by reminding leftists that South Dakota’s trigger law is now in full effect.

During an interview on Friday on Fox News’s “The Ingraham Angle,” Governor Noem seemed beyond jubilant at the decision that the Supreme Court made.

Governor Noem said, “In South Dakota, we had a trigger law already in statute. And what it said was that abortions would be illegal, except to save the life of a mother at the moment that Roe v. Wade was overturned. So as of today, that trigger law goes into effect. And we are focusing a lot on supporting mothers, on supporting individuals who find themselves in a unplanned pregnancy or crisis situation and making sure that we’re connecting them to the resources that we have.”

South Dakota now joins its northern twin alongside Idaho, Tennessee, Wyoming, Mississippi, and Utah on the list of states with an immediate trigger ban on abortion.

The decision by the Supreme Court means that in a majority of the United States, abortion is now banned or restricted, with a minority of blue states still permitting the procedure.

Under Governor Noem’s leadership, South Dakota will not be a friendly state to abortion providers, and the lives of unborn children will be safe there.

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