Iron Lady of Idaho delivers another blow to individual freedom

“Boldness, more daring, always daring! This is a quote from Georges Jacques Danton. He was a French revolutionary. The quote is sometimes attributed to Frederick the Great, a former King of Prussia.

Once again, she eclipsed Governor Brad Little while he was out of town and she is constitutionally interim governor.

It’s not just a saying, it could be the motto of Idaho Lieutenant Governor Janice McGeachin. Once again, she eclipsed Governor Brad Little while he is outside the city and she is constitutionally interim governor. On Tuesday, she issued a decree banning workplace vaccination warrants. Little, aware that this is affecting some of his big campaign donors, plans a reversal when he returns on Wednesday night. He went to Texas and joined nine other Republican governors on an inspection tour of the porous southern border.

When you meet Janice McGeachin, she comes across as a calm presence. There is nothing placid about the Iron Lady of Idaho. Its existence alone inflames the liberal media and establishment Republicans.

While Little has yet to announce her re-election plans, she will most likely lead a group of Republicans seeking to take her post. Primary is scheduled for May.

McGeachin also suggests sending the Idaho National Guard to help with the border crisis. This impacts us locally. As recently as last week, Little told Fox News Channel’s Lawrence Jones that we are seeing more and more drugs from Mexico on our streets. A prominent Republican told me before this latest state house controversy broke that it would be wise for Little to offer to use our custody resources. The same Republican will no doubt develop amnesia and tell me how McGeachin is completely out of his rocker.

Next week, she will play the role of martyr. She faces an allegation of contempt because she was slow to release the files of her critical task force on racial theory to the media jackal pack. The liberal media salivate over the names of citizens who have shared their concerns about indoctrination in classrooms. Journalists should not allow their personal allegiances to socialist causes to influence their judgment. Take your popcorn. The next eight months before the primary will be quite a spectacle.

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