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State Sen. Blake Curd (R-SD); Koch Brother Sycophant

 

South Dakota Senate Majority Leader Blake Curd succeeded in duping voters in the greater Sioux Falls into electing him as a member of the South Dakota Senate.

 

In late 2016, the voters of South Dakota voted to create an independent commission to oversee investigations into ethical misconduct by elected officials, impose tougher limits on campaign contributions and lobbyists’ gifts to lawmakers, place restrictions on lawmakers becoming lobbyists, increase disclosure by independent political groups, and set up a system to publicly finance elections.

 

Blake the Bootlicking Koch Brother Lackey sided with his GOP comrades in agreeing that the voters have no right to demand independent oversight of ethical misconduct engaged in by elected officials such as Blake and those of his ilk.

 

It was a well-known fact that the billionaire Koch Brothers, Charles and David were involved as the major funders of the South Dakota chapter of Americans for Prosperity, the largest advocacy arm of the conservative political machine run they operate out of Wichita, Kansas.

 

South Dakotans should rightfully ask what in the hell the Koch Brothers are up to in meddling in the running og state affairs. Well folks, it is likely the fact that Koch Industries is heavily invested in the energy sector and is reliant on their ability to purchase the services of Blake and his fellow comrades.

I’m confident that the Koch Brothers reimbursed Blake for the costs he incurred for his purchase of a pair of Industrial Strength Knee Pads.

 

Hopefully, the voters will send Blake packing if he has temerity to run for reelection in 2017.

 

As we speak (ca. January 2017), Blake continues to sit as the South Dakota Senate Majority Leader.

 
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