August 23, 2021
On Saturday night, Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin received two standing ovations during a speech she gave at the monthly Liberty Dinner in Pocatello.
The Lt. Governor, speaking to an enthusiastic crowd, spoke about her background and her faith before launching into her speech on protecting Idahoans’ liberties. Her remarks had audience members vocally expressing their agreement as she discussed the issues that prompted her to run for Governor of Idaho. She decried the assault on individual liberties being imposed on citizens in the name of health safety, including mask mandates for children while hypocritical government administrators attended large gatherings without them. She addressed government declaring small businesses nonessential, ruining the livelihoods of everyday business owners and employees. She expressed her abhorrence for the idea that government could trample on First Amendment rights by closing houses of worship. “Under a McGeachin administration, no business or individual will ever be declared nonessential, and no government agency will be permitted to prevent the free exercise of religion,” she said.
Lt. Governor McGeachin also addressed the divisive idea of Critical Race Theory, a Marxist doctrine being pushed by the Left which seeks to divide citizens into oppressors and victims.
During the dinner, John Crowder, Publisher of the Pocatello-Chubbuck Observer, announced that Representative Dorothy Moon, co-founder of Capitol Clarity, will be speaking at the September 18 event. Representative Moon’s topic will be election integrity.
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To learn more about Janice McGeachin for Idaho Governor, visit: Janice McGeachin for Idaho Governor – Proven, Conservative Leadership (janiceforidaho.com)