Posted: Apr 14, 2022 12:01 AM
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I am no lawyer, but I am surprised that more people are not upset that the South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg has not resigned. He made history, the bad kind, when he became the first constitutional officer in South Dakota to be impeached by the South Dakota House of Representatives. This controversy revolved around him hitting and killing a pedestrian with a car, then not reporting the incident until the next day. It is a case like this one that calls into questions the ethics of the legal profession, and the Republican Attorneys General Association in particular, at a time when many Americans see rules for elites differing from the rules imposed on average Americans.Look no further than mask mandates that only seem to apply to regular people, yet not to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D‑CA) and President Joe Biden. Those two leaders were at an event last week to swear in a new Supreme Court Justice, and they were maskless. Pelosi later tested positive for Covid-19, yet the spokesman for the Biden Administration claimed that all protocols were followed. I guarantee that any event with politicians and constituents these days will not allow regular people anywhere near a politician without a m …
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