Matt Rosendale Has Been Endorsed by the Most Extreme People in Washington–That’s Scary

Matt Rosendale is running for yet another political office.  It feels like every two years everyone’s favorite character from the MTV2 spin-off show “Maryland Shore” just can’t get enough of hopping on the ballot.  Just last election cycle Rosendale ran for State Auditor, a four-year job, but he has already decided he’s had enough of driving up Montana’s health insurance prices.  Rosendale is running for Senate.

As the race for endorsements heats up it is notable that Rosendale is touting the endorsement of some serious right-wing nut jobs.

Of course everyone saw when Rosendale proudly touted the endorsement of white nationalist Steve Bannon.  They look so cute together with their protectionist trade policies and nationalism:

A picture is worth a thousand words, but I wonder if this picture is worth the export market for Montana Ag’s products…

But other than everyone’s favorite nationalist, Rosendale has lined up the who’s-who of nutjob senators.

First up we have Ted Cruz.

Cruz is equally unlikable as a person as he is insane as a policymaker.

Fellow Republican Senator Lindsey Graham once said, “If you killed Ted Cruz on the floor of the Senate, and the trial was in the Senate, nobody would convict you.”

He also advocates for selling of our public lands.

Maybe Cruz is looking for someone to like him in the Senate and that’s why he endorsed Rosendale?

Next we have Rand Paul.  A man so insufferable his neighbor beat him up over Paul’s un-neighborly behavior.

Paul also seems to want to get rid of our beloved public lands.

Paul once said:

“You would have less of that if you had more local ownership of the land. State ownership would be better, but even better would be private ownership.”

Wow.  Let’s get the Flathead another Chic-Fil-A!  Right where the Sperry Chalet once stood!

And finally Rosendale touts the endorsement of Utah Senator Mike Lee.

While Lee doesn’t seem to have the same unlikable qualities as Bannon, Cruz, and Paul, he does have a similar track record on public lands.

Lee was named the #1 enemy of public lands by the Center for Biological Diversity.  Isn’t that nice?  Rosendale surely has a foam finger and is cheering Lee on as he threatens our outdoor heritage.

You can learn a lot about someone by the company they keep and the company Rosendale seems to keep define him as a unlikeable person and a policymaker who will try to sell off our public lands.  That’s scary.


16 Comments on "Matt Rosendale Has Been Endorsed by the Most Extreme People in Washington–That’s Scary"

  1. He can’t wait four years to hop on the Daines,Gianforte,and Zinke gravy train lining up for extraction industry kickbacks in exchange for our public lands. His mentor Lee is tight with the ALC Mormons.

  2. Here’s what’s scary.

    Doesn’t matter who wins the Rep. primary, Jon looses to any one of them 42 to 55%.

    • This is the direct link to the poll in case you cry babies start complaining about Breitbart.

    • As usual for someone who lets scum like breitbart do their thinking for them, any hint of fact or reality is purely accidental.

      Big Sweaty carefully left out the part of the Axios hypothesizing that pointed out: “But, but, but… with the election many months away and final Republican opponents not set, these numbers are likely to change as real GOP challengers get involved in the race. The approval ratings of each senator may give a better idea of where they stand with voters in their states.”

      “Like three other vulnerable Senate Democrats seeking re-election next year in states where President Donald Trump won, Sen. Jon Tester in Montana sports strong job approval ratings at home.
      Over half of Montana voters (53 percent) approve of Tester, while a third disapprove. He outpaces his fellow senator from Montana, Republican Steve Daines, who has a 49-percent job approval rating from Montanans.”

      So we see the reality behind Big Sweaty’s political prognostications: this from the guy who thinks Grape Nuts is a medical condition.

  3. That was November’s report below is Morning Consult’s Januarys report. Bye, bye, Tester. More santuary cites, push back on DACA. Do you want zoo town to be like portlanta? I am waiting to see what you have to offer.

    Net approval for Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) fell 18 percentage points since the first quarter, the most among Democrats who represent states President Donald Trump won in 2016.

    • And yet Tester’s approval rating is still higher than Daines’.

      • Claudis, I see math is not your strong suit.

        • @Windy – I see honesty is not your strong suit. No wonder you idolize Daines and Gianforte – your heroes.

          • I vote my wallet, education, and safety. Recommend you spend a couple of days in downtown Portland.

            • @Windy – I’ve spent lots of time in inner city areas of Chicago, St Louis, Houston, New Orleans, Memphis, and, yes, Portland. Never felt the slightest threat or cause for alarm.

              Tell you what… about you spend a couple of days hanging out on the south side of Billings, uptown Butte,or any downtown areas of Missoula, Great Falls, or Bozeman. With your mouth and attitude, you should make sure you have some of that ACA health insurance. You’ll need it.

    • The original Art Fenske (yep there seem to be two of us posting here) | March 9, 2018 12:34 PM at 12:34 PM |

      Then you have nothing to fear. According to you, 2018 will be a GOP Landslide.

      You can fuck off now.

  4. Andrew Dymburt and KOIN 6 News Staff – PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Only a year after relocating its headquarters to downtown Portland, one of the most recognizable brands in Portland is considering moving out because its employees feel unsafe.

    SOREL moved its headquarters from Washington County to SW Broadway and SW Taylor Street earlier this year, but according to a column by parent company Columbia Sportswear’s President and CEO Tim Boyle, that may have been a mistake.

    Read Boyle’s full column on Oregonlive
    In his guest column, Boyle said employees have been, “hassled, harassed and threatened” by people outside SOREL’s offices and many have been victims of car break-ins, including a new transplant from Europe, whose travel papers and laptop were stolen.

    “Given these experiences, it is a relief when the only thing we are dealing with is the garbage and human waste by our front door. Think about that for a minute,” he wrote.

    The Portland Business Alliance said this is not an usual complaint from people who find themselves downtown.

    “Mr. Boyle raises concerns we hear every day from workers, visitors and residents in our downtown and our neighborhoods. We continue to work with our elected leaders toward a solution to this difficult issue, starting with creating more safe indoor places for the people currently sleeping in our streets and public spaces, and accompanying that with enforcement of rules designed to keep Portland safe and welcoming for everyone, Sandra McDonough, President and CEO of Portland Business Alliance, said in a statement to KOIN 6 News.

    Boyle said they have already hired extra security and new security doors, but those measures aren’t enough. Now, he is considering moving SOREL out of downtown Portland and calling on city leaders to make public safety a bigger priority.

    “As Portlanders we have a lot of priorities, but if we cannot keep downtown safe what will become of our city?” he wrote.

    KOIN 6 News reached out to Mayor Ted Wheeler who said,

    I have a good relationship with Tim Boyle. He and I have spoken often, and he feels very strongly that we can improve cleanliness and safety downtown. I agree with him. We’ve already taken positive steps in that direction, increasing trash cleanup, enforcing right-of-way laws, more walking beats. And we’re doing more, giving PPB the ability to recruit and retain more officers. Portland is a great place to do business and I look forward to meeting with Columbia and Sorel again soon to discuss how we can work together to make it even better.”

    Tonight at 11: Only a year after bringing a HQ to downtown Portland, @sorelfootwear is considering leaving because employees are being harassed, hassled and threatened. Says CEO Tim Boyle, “this is outrageous and unacceptable.”

    • @Windy – You should really consider filing charges against your parents. It couldn’t have been accidental that you were dropped on your head so many times as an infant.

      Once again you try to take garbage from Fox Fraudcasting and claim it to be an authoritative source of fact.

      Bottom line……has Sorel taken EVEN ONE SINGLE STEP TO LEAVE PORTLAND?? Hint for the intellectually challenged…..NO!

  5. Thanks bro. How can I ensure my sytes security?

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