We’ve seen them on the streets of our major cities for months. In Portland they’ve rioted and burned for over three months now.
Last Thursday night we saw them accost dozens if not hundreds of Republican attendees to Trump’s RNC acceptance speech.
I encourage you to watch those videos. Before I watched these, I thought we were still dealing with people.
When you watch the videos you realize this is not true - these people are something else.
These people are acting like animals. And maybe that’s the idea - it’s easier to kill an animal than a human. That’ll make it easier to stomach the civil war that’s coming.
Just look how they act, how they treat people while wearing a mask with their identity concealed.
You cannot reason with this mob of animals.
We’ve seen various mayors try - each time they’re shouted down by the mob. Remember the mayor of Minneapolis? That was the last time we ever saw him on camera, getting shouted down.
How about the mayor of Portland? He tried it too; shortly after the mob turned on him, calling for his resignation while throwing ‘block parties’ outside his apartment.
I imagine that many Portland residents were quite pleased to tell their friends and family that they lived in the same building as the mayor.
At least until the animals came.
The building the mayor lives in has 114 units and his cost $840,000...to give you an idea of this posh place.
Now the mayor is moving, tail between his legs.
That won’t stop the riots in that city, not in the least. The mayor’s resignation wouldn’t stop them.
The only thing that’s going to stop those animals is the national guard, and they’ll never be deployed as long as that idiot mayor is in place.
It’s sad that such a beautiful city has to burn each night.
It’s sad that Montana is going to have an influx of liberal voters from that city, marring our state with their terrible ideas and disastrous policies.
The rich are moving while the poor dream of doing so.
Here are the states where most people are moving away from...and the states that most people are moving to:
New Jersey, New York and Illinois are the worst, shithole states to live in, people know this, and they’re leaving in droves.
In July alone, New York suburban counties saw a 44% increase in home sales as people fled the city and its disastrous policies...policies put in place by Mayor de Blasio.
That mayor won’t open in-door dining and he just moved the school reopening day back to assuage the unions. The week before he backed-off the idea of firing thousands of city workers so the union wouldn’t withdraw their support in his next election.
For the mayor of New York, you really don’t matter - he does. Winning his next race is more important than the millions of families that live in his city.
He’ll get what’s coming to him.
People are mostly moving to rural states, or at least rural areas in certain states. Idaho has the second-leading destination, behind Vermont. Many of those transplants will make their way from Idaho to Montana in the coming years, especially after we elect a Republican as governor in a couple months.
It’s clear that housing prices in Montana won’t become affordable for a long time, as rich transplants will always be ready to move here from some shithole city with disastrous liberal policies and likely riots to boot.
I feel sorry for all of us that have lived here for decades.
Who is Angela McLean going to vote for?
That’d make a great interview.
I imagine that she’ll be voting for Bullock, despite all that happened oh so many years ago.
She certainly won’t be voting for Daines.
I suspect she might just leave that race blank.
I will. I can’t imagine voting for either of those two slimeballs.
Daines’ radio ads are terrible. He’s touting the idea of bringing manufacturing jobs back from China, when that’s exactly the opposite of how he got his start in business - shipping American jobs to China.
One day both of these men will be gone from Montana’s political scene, and I think we’ll all be luckier for that.
College is Hell
We have 5,300 colleges and universities in this country.
It’s clear that thousands of them are going to close for good. Why pay for what they’re offering?
What are they offering?
Take a look at what students at over 30 different colleges are saying. Here’s a quick sample:
- University of Wyoming: “We are being sent COVID saliva tests and any positives are treated like the plague even though there’s not a single case on campus. My university isn’t as bad as the others mentioned but I have a feeling when they get back to campus things will be worse. I’m taking this as a gap year because I refused to comply with the draconian mask orders. It was bad enough I had to pay for three months rent after vacating school last month.”
- University of Alabama: “The whole thing is a bait and switch. We're being forced to pay to attend Zoom classes in our rooms all semester. A few of my friends didn't even come back to town, and I don't blame them. Why would they when they can get the same education at home? I only have two in person classes. Both meet one day a week. One is optional to go on Zoom if you prefer. The other allows five students in class at once. We're going on shifts so Week 1 the first five go, then Week 2 the second five go, etc. I love this university but if I knew when I was in high school that I'd be staying in my room all day, I would've never gone to any college.”
- Virginia Tech: “Only 15 people allowed to gather. Masks required outside their room anywhere..inside or out. All classes are online. Only 1 person can visit room and masks must be worn. Immediate suspension if caught violating. This is inhumane. It’s prison.”
I encourage you to visit that article and read more...if you can.
How long do you think students are going to put up with this before they simply leave these schools, never to return?
Many with student loans are stuck, for if you quit you have to pay them back right away...which is hard with no job.
Parents that are paying their kids ways aren’t going to put up with this long.
When the first wave of university closures begins, other schools will get the message.
They’ll corral their old professors and convince them to get back in the classroom, or they’ll have to fire them in favor of young blood that’s not afraid of dying.
If not, those schools will go out of business.
It’s life or death, and the virus has nothing to do with it.
I'm so ashamed of the elders of our society, individuals that should be looking to better this nation's future, not ruin it.
But we have elders that care more about themselves than they do about others; they care more about the past than the future.
And so we all suffer, and the long-term effects will be devastating for the young being raised today.
All becuase of the fearful selfishness of our elders.
Don't they deserve our respect?