Perhaps you’ve heard that Kev Hamm is running for PSC #5 next year.
The district encompasses Lewis & Clark, Flathead, Lake, Glacier, Pondera and Teton counties.
The last time we had an election in that district was 2018, when Brad Johnson defeated Andy Shirtliff 58% to 42%. Three Dems ran in the primary that year, and Shirtliff took it with 64%.
Both of those men had a dozen campaign finance reports each during that race. I didn’t go through them all today, but it’s clear Johnson raised around $10,000 while Shirtliff raised over $30,000.
Lot of good all that money did him, too huh?
No matter how much the Dems raise, they’ll always lose by either 10 or 15 points. The reason is so obvious - Dems in Montana are tied to the idiotic Dems we see nationally, and nothing they can do will change this. Even after Pelosi is gone, the taint will remain for years. It’s why Dems don’t even try to build a bench anymore. Instead, they’ll let their Twitter warriors take charge.
And that brings us to Kev.
I was lucky enough to see these images on one of my rare visits to Twitter today:
So if I have this straight, Kev Hamm running for PSC #5 thinks I’m “an idiot who wants everyone to die,” and that I’m also an “uncaring, thoughtless cruel fuck” and he wants me to watch my loved ones die.
An even bigger wow is that two days after making those comments, he sent me an email asking me for money.
Talk about a hypocrite.
‘Hey, I think you’re an uncaring, thoughtless cruel fuck...but I really need some of your money bad, so...waddya say?’
It’s so sad what we as a society have become.
Kev thinks this about me because I’m skeptical of an unproven experimental gene therapy that permanently alters my genetics, one that’s so far harmed 1.9 million people in Europe, killing 20,000. I’d love to give you US numbers, but the CDC began deleting covid deaths last week.
I think if we’d just take a pause, wait, and hold off on the vaccines until more data is in, then we’ll save ourselves lots of unneeded deaths, injuries and heartache in the years ahead. Sadly, such common sense thinking of old has today become a near-crime, where you’ll be shunned by family and friends, banned from social media, and likely lose your job as well.
But if you hope that the unvaccinated see their family die in front of you, that’s perfectly fine. Twitter encourages that kind of talk (but only if you’re a Democrat).
And that leads me to a simple question…
How did Kev Hamm become so unhinged? Personally, I can’t help but think his addiction to social media is playing a big part.
For instance, a quick look at his Twitter profile shows you that Kev has sent out 62,800 tweets since he started his account in 2007.
That comes to nearly 4,900 tweets a year, or 373 a month, or 12 a day.
I had the sad task of scrolling through the past week of his tweets, and my God...there were a lot. So much cess and diatribe, attacks and indignation. Seeing this man’s tweets reminded me why I was so lucky to get this social media filth out of my life.
The whole reason I did this was that I was looking for those original images, but he’s since deleted them.
That’s quite common these days, isn’t it? To hear about someone deleting old tweets. Why is that? (Kev has a shit ton to delete, if he’s at all serious about running).
It’s because social media is poison, one that’s rotting our brains and turning us into vengeful animals, beasts that foam at the mouth for the next chance to attack someone that had the audacity to hold a differing opinion.
People that revel in that world often lead empty lives in the real world, you know...the one that happens offline.
If you visit Kev’s campaign website, you quickly realize he doesn’t have a wife or kids...anyone, really. That’s why he has so much time on his hands, which sadly, he dithers away online.
And no, let’s not discount those online friends, people he can always count on to help him tear others down.
Kev’s running for PSC next year. He wants your vote; he wants your money.
Yeah, he might think you’re an uncaring, thoughtless cruel fuck that should see your family die in front of you, but he’ll still take your money.
Principles, and priorities.
Update: It seems Kev has no intention of walking his statements back, but instead wants to double-down on them. My big question is...how many followers would make it stop being hillarious...100...1,000...10,000...?