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Protest to demand answers from Rounds in Sioux Falls

July 16, 2014

10406945_827703623908927_2131580559972542086_nEarlier I noted a protest against Amnesty in Sioux Falls and Rapid City planned for the 19th. Now I notice another protest being planned for tomorrow, Thursday July 17th, by Investigate Mike Rounds & Dennis Daugaard NOW Facebook page. Here is what the events organizer, Emmett Reistroffer, has to say about the event on Facebook:

Who wants to raise some hell at rush hour outside the Rounds campaign office tomorrow? They’re having Rounds in for a speech to his supporters. Lets waive picket signs outside to demand answers about his crony-capitalism. The EB-5 program is a perfect example of why the government shouldn’t expand its reach into the free market. The South Dakota EB-5 scandal is a picture perfect example of the corruption in our own state government. WE MUST FIGHT THE ESTABLISHMENT! LETS START MAKING NOISE!!! Please like the page Investigate Mike Rounds & Dennis Daugaard NOW and let me know if you’re interested in protesting. I’m making homemade signs for as many people need them, or bring your own!

This protest is to take place during the SDGOP Grassroots Express State Tour stop in Sioux Falls. The special guest will be Republican Senate candidate Mike Rounds. The event will have hamburgers and hot dogs available. It is unclear yet if the hamburgers and hot dogs will be offered to the protestors.

This is a great chance for those looking to get involved with political activism. Anyone that is interested should join the group and try to get answers from the person that quite likely will be the next US Senator from South Dakota. Since Rounds stands by EB-5 it will be interesting to see how he handles a group of people protesting against crony-capitalism.

Here is the event details for those that wish to join the protest or the SDGOP even with Mike Rounds:

Thursday, July 17 – 5:00pm-7:00pm

Sioux Falls SDGOP Volunteer Center

406th S 2nd
(12th and 2nd – South of Post Office)

  1. July 16, 2014 at 9:33 pm

    Thank you Ken! Please check in with me tomorrow and let me know if you hear from anybody that can make it. Cheers!

    • July 17, 2014 at 9:21 am

      Wish I could be there to cover it. But I already have too many political trips planned in the next month. Covering politics isn’t cheap in a big state…..

  2. Anonymous
    December 18, 2014 at 2:39 pm

    What is wrong with you guys. If you want to be heard ago about doing it right. Nobody going to listen if you are just going to cause trouble. You are acting like a bunch of teenagers. Grow UP

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