State Sen. Janne Myrdal (R-Edinburg), who believes gay people are similar to Nazis, described North Dakota schools as “wide open” to attack in an unsuccessful attempt to pass a bill to allow guns in schools.
State Sen. Janne Myrdal has some unusual priorities when it comes to flags.
State Sen. Janne Myrdal, who became infamous less than a month ago for sharing a gay Nazi flag on Facebook, was just noted as the “Freshman Legislator of the Week” by the Republican leadership.
The image of a gay pride flag emblazoned with a swastika became well known in North Dakota last month after State Sen. Janne Myrdal (R-Edinburg) posted it on her personal Facebook page.
When we pointed out this week that State Sen. Janne Myrdal shared an image of a gay pride rainbow flag emblazoned with a swastika, she quickly deleted it and claimed it was an accident.
Earlier this week, State Sen. Janne Myrdal (R-Edinburg) was caught sharing a gay Nazi flag on her Facebook page, making her the subject of widespread criticism. She later deleted it and claimed she posted it by accident. Her niece, Megan Myrdal,…
State Sen. Janne Myrdal was criticized yesterday for sharing the image of a gay Nazi flag, but thank God, a religious columnist has come to her aid.
This morning, we pointed out that State Sen. Janne Myrdal had shared an image of a gay Nazi flag on her personal Facebook page. The image accompanied an article titled, “The Forgotten Gays Part II: Is the LGBT On Crack?”
State Sen. Janne Myrdal removed the image of a gay Nazi flag from her public Facebook page today after we pointed it out.
A tipster has alerted us to inconsistencies in a North Dakota State Senate candidate’s statements on legislating against abortion.