Did Gianforte, Daines, Rosendale, Fox, and Stapleton Laugh When President Trump Mocked Native Americans?

Last week President Trump came to town for a campaign rally. He spent about an hour and a half rattling off the greatest hits of his campaign speeches. He gave a token mention to fellow real estate developer Matt Rosendale and fellow press hater Greg Gianforte, but the President mostly stuck to talking about himself and his political rivals. At the top of that list was Elizabeth Warren.

Trump rehashed his insult of calling the Senator from Massachusetts Pocahontas.  For those of you who don’t sit at home mainlining Fox News all day every day, Warren claimed Native American heritage at one point in her life and has since been called out as maybe not being truthful about that. Definitely a no-no in Montana and across the country to try and claim unfounded native heritage, but Trump’s insult, of calling her Pocahontas, also crosses a line.

Montana American Indian Caucus took notice and wrote an eloquent opinion piece expressing their concerns. In part:

Trump’s language is not just offensive — it has real and tangible consequences on Indian people, including our youth. The American Psychological Association has identified that “ethnic minority children’s academic and social development, self-esteem, and personal feelings of efficacy” can be negatively affected by racism. This is of great concern to us, as American Indians have the highest rate of suicide in Montana.

This begs the question, did the white elected officials from Montana laugh, cheer, or back slap at this offensive remark?

When the President insulted one-in-10 Montanans, did Matt Rosendale flash that trademark slanted grin?

Did Greg Gianforte and Steve Daines wipe away tears of laughter with one of their spare hundred dollar bills?

We didn’t expect any of these family value GOPers to storm the stage and fight the President for insulting Montanans. Come on, they aren’t British reporters for god’s sake. But we at least hope they had the courtesy and spine to not encourage the President’s bigotry.

Would be a good question for someone to ask them.


94 Comments on "Did Gianforte, Daines, Rosendale, Fox, and Stapleton Laugh When President Trump Mocked Native Americans?"

  1. Representative Greg Giantforte and Senator Steve Daines recently held a news conference in which they announced that they briefed President Trump on issues important to Montana, such as natural resource development and public lands. They were quoted as saying, “It’s great to have a president that cares about Montana, and takes the time to come out and meet the people.”

    First of all, how do Greg and Steve know what issues are important to Montana, since they never have any meetings anywhere in the state with their constituents? To praise the president for meeting with Montana citizens is the ultimate hypocrisy, given the fact that neither Giantforte nor Daines will hold any public meetings with Montana citizens, other than fund-raisers that come with a hefty admission price.

    Both hide behind their rigged so-called “tele town halls” where the calls are screened, the answers are canned, and you get no chance for a follow-up question.

  2. The Rally was laughing at Elizabeth Warren, not Native American Indians.
    To refresh your memory, she took a position at Harvard that was supppsed to go to a minority, by making false claims of Indian

    And the name isn’t Pocahontas, it’s Faux-cahontas, as it came from Rush Limbaugh.

    Do you really want to defend her? He harshest critics have been real Indians, would you like to see the list of them that challenged her claims?

    • Usual fakery and false claims. There is no evidence that she took a minority faculty spot. She gained no benefit and there is NO evidence that she has. You’re just making it up to justify trump’s eternal awful behavior. and of course, you’d like most would be the first to howl cries about decorum if the roles were reversed. Probably whine for days when Hillary accurately pointed out the deplorables supporting trump.

      And the name is Pocahontas because trump EXACTLY called her that, you dolt. My god, are you righties EVER honest?

      Her harshest critics have not been Native Americans – they’ve been righties all the more willing to back up and parrot the worst President ever, saying and doing the worst things ever. It will hang around your necks like an albatross for good. You’ll make the apologists that tried to hold back the dam on the Nixon malfeasance look like boy scouts.

  3. Washington Post fact checked Trump’s speech. 76 percent of what he said was false. A new record even by Trump’s lofty standards. And the slack jawed, red hat wearing morons cheered every lie.

  4. Eric, speaking of falsehoods, your assertion that Warren claimed to be American Indian to take a job at Harvard that was supposed to go to a minority is one. If you bother to look at fact check.org you will find that Warren was recruited for the position because of her credentials and her heritage played no part in her hiring. I know, I know, facts do have a liberal bias.

    • Did you actually read the article? It proves everybody’s case that Warren is a serial liar.

      • It doesn’t…you made it up. And even more telling…you didn’t read it anyway. You aren’t interested in the truth or facts…just trolling for one to excuse and deflect for Trump. Really…when are wingers EVER honest?

  5. My Native American friends call Liz Warren “Walking Eagle”.

  6. “The Boston Herald reported that Warren had previously been touted in the 1990s by officials at Harvard Law School, where she was a tenured professor, as an example of the faculty’s diversity. That led to the revelation that Warren — citing only anecdotal evidence — claimed to be part Cherokee and Delaware Indian, and had listed herself as a minority in a directory of law professors from 1986 until 1995.”

    Initially, Warren said that she was unaware that Harvard had been claiming her as a minority faculty member. Though she later acknowledged in a statement to the Globe that she had told colleagues at Harvard and Penn that she considered herself Native American, but that she revealed that “at some point after I was hired by them.”

    “That explanation came after the Globe said it had obtained records showing that Harvard “began reporting a Native American female professor in federal statistics for the 1992-93 school year, the first year Warren worked at Harvard, as a visiting professor.”

    Again, this all became an issue after the Boston Herald reported that Harvard Law School, where Warren worked from 1995 until she was elected to the Senate in 2012, “touted Warren’s Native American background … in an effort to bolster their diversity hiring record in the ’90s as the school came under heavy fire for a faculty that was then predominantly white and male.”

    “In a 1996 article, the Harvard Crimson wrote: “Of 71 current Law School professors and assistant professors, 11 are women, five are black, one is Native American and one is Hispanic, said Mike Chmura, spokesperson for the Law School.”
    The one Native American, according to Chmura, was Warren, the Crimson reported.”

    These are all quotes from that article.

  7. Here’s the last nail I’ll put into the coffin – unless of course you still want to defend your lying here;


  8. Eric, my God. You left out the RELEVANT quotes. “No proof has surfaced that Warren was previously hired as a professor at any University based on her alleged hertage”.

    “Even so,the Globe, in a separate lengthy article about Warren’s rise in academia, said that it interviewed a wide range of professors and administrators who worked with or recruited Warren who all said her ethnic background played no role in her hiring.”

    The person who actually hired Warren at Harvard said, “Warren’s heritage never came up during the hiring process.” The person doing the hiring was Charles Fried, Ronald Reagan’s solicitor general who stated, “Elizabeth Warren was recruited (she did not apply – one does not apply for these positions) to be a tenured professor at Harvard because she was preminent in the fields of bankruptcy and commercial law”.

    You really are pathetic, Eric.

  9. The stupidity of trump supporters is worrisome because critical thinking seems to be non-existent for these people who STILL revere this narcissistic bully that behaves like a spoiled, mean-spirited child, and everything is all about him.

    Donald continues to be caught in countless lies. The people who support this president relate to his nasty, undignified manner because they live their lives in much the same way and recognize a kindred spirit.

    These comments come from a former Republican. This president should be an embarrassment to every intelligent American citizen. Intelligent being the significant criteria.

  10. It seems to me that folks are off the mark when debating the issue of whether Elizabeth Warren is or is not of Native American heritage. The issue is the president’s use of a slur that is offensive to Native Americans. It is Trump’s bigotry and mysogenistic behavior that we need to focus on.

    • Focus on the 25 Native Americans that might see this blog post and decide to go vote? What numbnuts decided that Elizabeth Warren has something to do with Montana politics? Senator Tester just had the President tell us to vote Tester out and unless something changes it’s going to happen. There’s a village somewhere in Massachusetts looking for it’s idiot so send Elizabeth Warren back there. So when are you going to start giving people a reason to re-elect Senator Tester?

      • You think this kind of nonsense will only influence Native Americans Eh?

        And you also think because a proven serial Liar in Chief tells “us” to do something that it will be done?

        Mkay, carry on then.

      • Liberal Science | July 16, 2018 9:46 PM at 9:46 PM |

        “What numbnuts decided that Elizabeth Warren has something to do with Montana politics?”….
        Gee, Kinda like the RAGING Mexican/Muslim immigrant problem we have on our hands in Monatana.

        “Focus on the 25 Native Americans that might see this blog post”…
        Uhm, yeah, MT Trump supporters are not prejudiced. They think every fresh white boy from CA or MA should be able to shoot a native from a covered wagon.
        The only idiot missing his village is you.

        Hats off to The Bobs, Claudius, et all. I don’t know how it is you folks can come here and respond with logic/reason to these F’in idiots so consistently. I think, for the most part, that Eric, Sweaty,Fartknocker, and the other Trumpy dwarves are, A, Kremlin agents, or B, crossed eyed patsy’s thereof, here to convince us that ALL conservatives are this batshit crazy.

        • I think you are onto something lib. Elizabeth Warren is the de-facto leader of your party now, and should play a key role in the mid-terms. You should be hanging up pictures of her sitting next to Tester at every opportunity.

          • Hey Mon. The Democrats have no leaders, De facto or otherwise, no matter how hard you wish that to be.

            The GOP on the other hand has the 4 Musketeers.

            Ryan, McConnell, Trump and Pence. A veritable dream team of fuckups.

          • Liberal Science | July 17, 2018 9:12 PM at 9:12 PM |

            Squawk squawk, squawks the crossed eyed patsy. How do you think the whole BIGLY Helsinki thingy reflects on the GOP? Did Trumpy at least get a reach around?

  11. Warren must apologize.

    • Liberal Science | July 17, 2018 9:32 PM at 9:32 PM |

      Well,… one fake, specious article meant to sway the opinion of the crossed eyed gullible patsy deserves another:

      “WASHINGTON—Tossing a lit match on the assemblage of kerosene-doused case files, transcripts, and seized hard drives, Special Counsel Robert Mueller burned every piece of evidence in his investigation into 2016 election interference Tuesday after hearing President Trump’s pointed critique of the U.S. intelligence community. “God, I can’t believe I’ve wasted more than a year of my life working on something the president thinks is foolish, dumb, and—worst of all—a distraction,” said a visibly upset Mueller, shaking his head as he reminded himself to drop all charges against Paul Manafort and anyone who was arrested or pleaded guilty during the investigation before feeding hundreds of pages of warrants, subpoenas, and indictments into the raging flames. “It’s a real shame because I thought I was getting close to something with those Trump Organization wiretaps, but when the president says you’re being reckless, you listen. Frankly, I just hope he takes Putin up on his incredible offer to work with the Kremlin on a more honest investigation.” At press time, Mueller’s actions had been applauded by the heads of the FBI, CIA, and NSA, who also announced plans to immediately suspend their operations pending review by the White House.

  12. The Cherokee woman above, Rebecca Nagle, is a citizen of Cherokee Nation and a two spirit (queer) woman. Nagle is a community organizer and writer currently living in Baltimore, MD.

    And Big Swede the homophobe loves her, when she suits his partisan agenda.

  13. John Ross Bradley | July 18, 2018 12:52 PM at 12:52 PM |

    Regarding EPA roll-back of coal “ash” waste rules.
    Since the 1970’s Wyoming and Montana coal-fired plants have been justifiably proud of their record of installing “scrubbers” and precipitators to remove “99%” of particulates from smoke stack emissions. The reasoning was that this would make our air healthier. Neurotoxins and carcinogens removed from the stacks would be greatly reduced.
    Now, The Hill reports “Under the amendments made Wednesday, states or the EPA will be allowed to waive requirements for monitoring groundwater for potential leaching of coal ash under certain circumstances and to issue some certifications that previously had to come from professional engineers.

    “The EPA is also easing acceptable pollution standards for four substances in its groundwater monitoring requirements for coal ash: cobalt, lithium, molybdenum and lead.” (July 18, 2018).

    So we can -from the documented Leeking of “settlement ponds” from Coal Fired Power Plants into ground water– now look forward to poisioning our water supply. With cancer and neurological/behavioral problems (such as those linked to lead) as major health issues in the US, this is unconscionable. Tas payers have provided multiple hand-outs to the Coal industry since the 1870s. How about some reciprocity: King Coal: clean up Your Mess!

    A glass of clean water will get you through a day without coal better than a lump of coal or a teaspoon of coal “ash” will get you through a day without water!

  14. John Ross Bradley | July 18, 2018 12:57 PM at 12:57 PM |

    “Coal Ash” sounds so Innocent. Like “ash tray” or “ashes, ashes all fall down”.

  15. When are Schumer, Clinton, Pelosi, Waters, Perez, Booker, Warren, Ellison, Cummings, Nadler, Warner, Comey, Strzok, Brennan, Clapper, or Schiff coming to Montana to stump for Tester and Williams? hehe

  16. My guess? Never.

    They have races where they can do some good and where their message has some traction..

    Here in Montana all Tester and Williams have to do is run against Rosendale and Gianforte and their sorry records and that will be all she wrote.

  17. How can you support a candidate but not the party?

    • Today’s political parties (all of them) are a big part of the problem in this country: all the parties care about is WINNING – no matter what the cost to the people or the country as a whole.

      • Probably the most honest & correct post on this stupid blog. Ever.

      • It is time we start talking about the fact that political parties are not mentioned ONCE in the US Constitution, and yet they exert inordinate power over the country. How do they do that? The Constitution DOES say that each house of Congress (Senate and Representatives) shall make their own rules for the conduct of business. It is with this phrase that the PARTIES, not the elected representatives themselves, maintain their power. If you are a member of Congress and you buck the “majority leader” you might as well not show up to represent your state’s people. Your voice and your agenda will be ignored as punishment. It’s “go along to get along.” It is time to question this and question the people who keep this system in place. Is this really the best we can do? Gridlock, tribalism, etc. are the results of this system, because it is founded in gaining, maintaining and exerting power. There HAS to be power exerted, of course, but I wonder if filtering it through the political party structures is best for the nation? I wonder what would happen if elected representatives checked their party affiliation at the door and simply acted as men and women of goodwill trying to make the country best for its people?

  18. You are a GOP Conservative. I would never expect you to understand that.

    • Drunks for Denny | July 23, 2018 9:28 PM at 9:28 PM |

      Truer words were never spoken, To a GOP conservative, if you are not one of them, you must be a liberal progressive hippie commie. That some of us have moderate views is totally foreign to their narrow world view.

  19. I have never claimed the mantle of Moderate you imbecile. When it comes to weasels like you and the others who blindly support the GOP or the Democratic Party I hold you all in equal contempt.

    If you can manage it, read Geoff’s excellent summation above. I am sure that with the help of a dictionary you can manage to figure out his point.

  20. Does anybody wonder if Gianforte will give back the $344,000 of support he’s received from the NRA, and more coming in daily for sure, while the NRA is under investigation for illegally funneling Russian money to US politicians> He’s one of the top 5 US Rep recipients of that money. The NRA reportedly was infiltrated by a a russian spy…suddenly it’s money and giving totals rose exponentially…all pro trump – anti Hillary and millions were spent on down races like GG’s.

    Russian money…spent electing the Tiny Man on the Inside, Greg Gianforte. I have no doubt the GG will show his true colors and fail to do the right thing as always.

    If you told the right of even the slightest rumor that a foreign government illegally funneled money to help elect Obama and Tester – they trample each other to race to their outrage…wonder why they pretend this is no big deal now? Denial isn’t just a river in Egypt.

    • Oh and this little gem from the WSJ: “The Russian hackers, who worked for a shadowy state-sponsored group previously identified as Dragonfly or Energetic Bear, broke into supposedly secure, “air-gapped” or isolated networks owned by utilities with relative ease by first penetrating the networks of key vendors who had trusted relationships with the power companies, said officials at the Department of Homeland Security.

      “They got to the point where they could have thrown switches” and disrupted power flows, said Jonathan Homer, chief of industrial-control-system analysis for DHS.”

      Keep ignoring Russia and it’s puppet Trump both selling us out and failing to protect us…and many of the most outlandish winger fantasies about the US power grid being downed could come true…Make American Great by Reading by Candle Light Again!

      • Gotta make you wonder who was paying this ass-clown. But I’m guessing Rachel Madow didn’t play this video for you?

        • You don’t know much about what happened with the 2016 election, do you?

        • Who is paying you Komrade?

        • Go Team!
          Fight Team!
          Win Team!

          Goooo Nadds!!

          P.S. We know you use a depilatory, Harry.

        • Again the usual Winger deflection “brain” at work: “Let’s see, Trump may be a Russian agent, refuses to acknowledge the proof he was shown including intercepts proving the Russians were behind hacking election systems, trying to influence the election, and actually coordinating with the Trump campaign in several proven and admitted instance…AND the NRA scandal that’s emerging…so what does one do???

          Pretend it means nothing that a foreign government maybe elbow deep in trumps rectum manipulating him like a real hand puppet…and bring up an old Obama speech!! That will show them!!”

          It’s amazing to me that even the limited winger brains can’t see the fallacy in every piece of this logic…every time they repeat it over and over.

  21. Margaret Thatcher
    “At a certain point you run out of spending other people’s money,”

    • “The principle that adequate health care should be provided for all, regardless of ability to pay, must be the foundation of any arrangements for financing the Health Service.” —Margaret Thatcher

    • Full quote:

      Q: There are those nasty critics, of course, who suggest that you don’t really want to bring [the Labour Party] down at the moment. Life is a bit too difficult in the country, and that … leave them to sort the mess out and then come in with the attack later … say next year.

      A: I would much prefer to bring them down as soon as possible. I think they’ve made the biggest financial mess that any government’s ever made in this country for a very long time, and Socialist governments traditionally do make a financial mess. They always run out of other people’s money. It’s quite a characteristic of them. They then start to nationalise everything, and people just do not like more and more nationalisation, and they’re now trying to control everything by other means. They’re progressively reducing the choice available to ordinary people.

  22. So we vote out Bullock in 2020 and Rosendale and Gianforte in and it will continue to get better. Unless you think Tester did this too. Hey, Bullock where did our rainy day fund go? You want to make Zoo town and Bozangles look like Portland and San Fran too?

    Governor Steve Bullock says state agencies will soon see some of the more than $70 million in state budget cuts made during last November’s special session restored, because state revenues have bounced back. “As we close the fiscal year we find that we’ll have the ability to put about $45 million to restore some of the cuts that occurred,” Bullock said.

    Montana’s unemployment rate continues to plummet, hitting lows that the state hasn’t seen since before the so called “Great Recession” that lasted from December of 2007 to June of 2009. According to Montana Department of Labor and Industry Chief Economist Barbara Wagner, Montana’s unemployment rate this June was just 3.8 percent.

    • Bullock is in his second term as Governor. You can’t vote him out. Sheesh.

      400 people is all they could get to attend the rally in Billings? Feel that Rosenmentum!

  23. Vote for Tester and Williams. Lets continue to support this….not! Watch the 9th Circuit get overturned again.

    The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals found that that Forest Service, “acted arbitrarily and capriciously,” by failing to determine whether the East Reservoir Project will result in new roads that will exceed a cap on them meant to preserve grizzly bear habitat.

    The East Reservoir project is planned for the east side of Lake Koocanusa, approximately 15 miles east of Libby. It includes nearly 9,000 acres of commercial logging, and more than 15,000 acres of forest thinning and fuels and wildfire treatments. The Forest Service says it would produce an estimated 629 jobs.


  24. How does this fall on Tester or Williams? If the USFS cannot accurately complete a permitting process, one they themselves helped set up it sounds to me like they fucked up. Oh, right because they have a D after their names. You are such a weak minded partisan hack it must suck to be you.

    I am getting more than a little tired of Alliance for the Wild Rockies suing every logging project though.

  25. NRA….the National RUSSIAN Advocates, making Putin and his Puppet Donald Great Again, Putin First! https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/koch-network-says-trump-trade-moves-causing-long-term-damage/ar-BBLbDN4?ocid=spartanntp What working class folk getting the BIG wage raises? Who?
    Wealthy investors lapping up the stock market rise, but that doesn’t translate to Kitchen Table reality….the farmer’s wife that can’t get a new appliance since soybeans crashed, and where’s the boost when gas prices have shot up, and small manufacturers jammed by sudden tariff BOMB on their input costs, as the whole Trump Trade Tariff Tantrum enacted without ANY strategy, pure chaos and disruption only to distract!!!!

  26. Two week ago the Remington Research poll had Senator Tester up 49 to 47 over Rosendale. This election shouldn’t even be Close!! And you guys who are supposed to be the liberal blog in Montana are talking about stupid shit like Russia? Where are the Tester posts giving people a reason to vote for him??

    • I already know why I will vote for Jon Tester. He is the better of the two candidates. But thank you for your concern.

      You see the entire Russia thing as “stupid shit”?

      Well everyone is entitled to their own opinion.

      • Do you have a television? Every time the news is on they’re showing Senator Testers million dollar mansion in Washington. Can you afford two houses? I can barely afford one. And they show him campaigning talking about what Conrad Burns was doing and Senator Tester is doubling down on doing the same thing. When commercials come on about Rosendale, all they claim is that he wants to block off public land for hunting, something I agree with. I don’t think people should own guns only the police and Army. We don’t need guys drinking a case of beer and shooting innocent deer. This blog and any other Democratic Party blogs should be putting up one or two posts every day with reasons to vote for Senator Tester. Otherwise come November when Rosendale is measuring a Senator Testers office for new drapes you guys will be sitting around talking about Russia.

        • That “million dollar mansion” is a cookie cutter 2 story rowhouse on a 1400 sq ft lot in a line of 6 other cookie cutter rowhouses on 1400 sq ft lots, hardly the stuff of castles or mansions. It’s also about 6 blocks from the Capitol and Senate office buildings.

          That’s the square footage of a double wide.


        • Ah republicans…always ready to vote for millionaires and trophy ranchers like Daines, Gianforte and Maryland Matt Rosendale but then holding it against actual REAL (as in born and raised in MT) farmer who took a little money out of his farm to invest in a property in DC to avoid paying rent (a smart move)…all because he’s a democrat. And as Doug points out, million dollar townhouses are nothing more than small row houses inflated by dc prices…did you bother researching where Daines and Gianforte stay? Probably hovels right? Notice when you hear stories of congressman who choose to sleep in their office that you aren’t hearing Daines or GG sleeping in their own offices…

          A smart man who is SAYS heconcerned about overly rich candidates must not know this things called math to be choosing Maryland Matt who lists assets up to 32 million…see that’s a WAY higher number than the net worth of Tester….which is about 30 million more than Tester who was bringing down a mere 20K a year farming in 2006 before getting elected. It’s not even a comparison…me thinks, you’re just making up your concern aka concern trolling.

          And if Tester loses to Maryland Matt, I bet you won’t complain when MD Matt just rollsl up the GW parkway for about 30 miles to quickly be back home…in the Old Line state of Maryland.

          • THIS.

            I live in the Helena flats and I’m not afraid to say I wrote in Bernie Sanders for President. Mthauser is putting up a defense, not talking about the Russians changing ballots! We need to be talking about gun registrations and Parlkand too. The NRA is the enemy and our party seems scared of them. Let’s get with it, 3 months to go!

            • The 1st rule of politics is that you should not forgo the good to lose while trying for perfection.

              You gun message will not fly in Montana, I am sorry but it just won’t.

              I am more liberal than not. I own firearms, I hunt and I kill Bambi before she can run in front of my Pickup Truck.

              White Tail deer is good.

              The NRA IS the Enemy and a lot that has been discovered about their ties to ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Oh yeah, Russia.

              And the possibility that they funneled Russian money to GOP candidates. That alone would be a great reason for Democrats to push for Campaign Finance reform. But they won’t. So much for the Russia thing being a distraction.

              I think that it is great you voted for Bernie, I voted for my cat. She is more qualified than the current occupant of the WH and she wasn’t Hillary.

              I admire your enthusiasm, maybe volunteer for Kathleen Williams.

            • If you feel the NRA is your enemy then you shouldn’t vote for Maryland matt who’s received tons of support from the NRA. That’s why I assume you are either just trolling – or lying. There isn’t a republican on the ballot that’s working on any gun issue you SAY you care about. You might want to think about the logic or lack therein in your statements.

  27. ” I don’t think people should own guns only the police and Army. We don’t need guys drinking a case of beer and shooting innocent deer. ”


    You are not from nor do you live in Montana.

  28. Ok The Bobs, Tell me why we should vote for Tester and Williams. Give me 5 promises/commitments they have made that will be better for the country and Montana.

  29. Since you are so interested here you go. Nothing I could write would matter to you anyway.



    Knock yourself out.

    No really, knock yourself out.


  30. I am still waiting….
    Williams big on healthcare and that is all she has there, woohoo. Nice website. You got me convinced. Thank Bobs, everyone needs to check out this site, https://kathleenformontana.com/

    Tester has did nothing for 10 years and now the last 2 years Trump in he is really getting things done or just riding the Trump coat tail to substantiate his existence? I would think if you wanted a republican you would vote for one, not a wannabe Jon Tester. His website is all political rhetoric and no substance. Many of his issues on his site are blank? Nothing on immigration, sanctuary cities, tax cuts, coal, Refugees, single payer health care, minimum wage. I will wait for Jon to present a real platform not jibberish or you can post it here.


    Jon believes in a robust energy portfolio that taps into all of Montana’s energy resources to create good-paying jobs and generate critical tax revenue for schools and infrastructure projects, while powering homes and businesses across this country.

    What is this? And he will stop Wally’s World from building in the Bob Marshall. Darn, all this will get my vote. I am ready to march to Washington…..hehe Thanks for the education.

    Montana unemployment rate falls to 3.8%

  31. You have nothing, that’s what I thought. If Pelosi said you had a mouth full of dirt you would start spitting. I will wait to see if either ever comes up with a platform. The debates should be great. Vote for me because the other guy is bad. We will see how that fly’s in MT.

  32. Montana unemployment rate falls to 3.8%

    Montana Lawmakers Look To Reverse Some State Budget Cuts. The money seems to be coming back in at levels it came in before the dip of ‘15, ‘16,’17.

  33. The Maryland Millionaire is buying up Montana.

    “Rosendale’s financial disclosure forms show he has a ranch in Glendive, 200 acres in Great Falls and an additional 40 building lots in Great Falls valued at between $8 million and $32 million. He holds mortgages for between $1 million and a little over $5 million.”


  34. Doug, women now have the highest wages in 65 years. How does it feel that now all women get paid more than you? Hugs

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