Op Ed

Montana Non-Profits Put Our Sovereignty and Elections at Risk

The release of the documentary film 2000 Mules awakened millions of American voters to the blatant manipulation of the 2020 election. Figuring prominently in this exposé were non-governmental organizations or NGO’s. Non-governmental organizations are often identified as non-profits whose stated goals are to promote humanitarian or social benefits to deserving communities or groups. However, the…

Second Montana County Votes to Reject 2020 Election Results Ahead of GOP Convention

The Lewis and Clark County Republican Central Committee passed a resolution Monday to reject the results of the 2020 Presidential election, the second Montana county to do so after Ravalli County Republicans passed a similar resolution last week. The text of the resolution cites solidarity with resolutions passed in Maricopa County, Arizona; Langlade County, Wisconsin;…

Ravalli Republicans Vote To Reject 2020 Election Results

The Ravalli County Republican Central Committee voted to adopt a resolution on Tuesday to reject the results of the 2020 election citing violations of state and federal law, documentary evidence of ballot trafficking, and a state legislative audit on the security and maintenance of Montana election systems that reported outdated voter rolls and a lack…

Op Ed

Election Judge: Handling Hand Count Option For Montana Voters’ Ballots

This is my take on a possible way to deal with one aspect of Election Fraud. It is intended to get a conversation started about how to create a useful and efficient process for hand counting ballots that does not wear us Election Judges out to the point where we do not feel up to…

Another Observer Comes Forward, Casting Doubt on Missoula’s Second Recount of Ballot Envelopes

In an affidavit signed by one observer of the second recount of affirmation envelopes (also known as ballot signature envelopes) from the Missoula County 2020 General Election, the observer stated they could not be sure that the envelopes that were counted were from the 2020 General Election. In an interview with Western Montana News, Mr.…

Jefferson County Attorney Steven Haddon Charges Voter for Signing Own Ballot Envelope

State and county officials continue to ramp up their attacks on Montana citizens who are seeking answers to questions about how elections are ran in their county. In the most recent instance, Jefferson County Attorney Steven Haddon coordinated with elections administrator County Clerk Ginger Kunz and Jefferson High School business manager Lori Carey to charge…

Op Ed

Carbon County Commissioners, Clerk and Election Administrator Intentionally Keep Public Information from the Public

Montana and Federal law states all election records are required to be retained for at least 22 months. Counties like Carbon use computer equipment to tabulate our votes but do not consider video or electronic records from those tabulation computers as “records” that must be lawfully kept. Also, counties can keep records for as long as they like as…

Montana Citizens Receive “DOJ Threat” Treatment From Montana Officials Over Election Integrity Concerns

Election officials in Montana have been coordinating with State agencies including the Office of Political Practices (OPP), local law enforcement, and private non-governmental associations to quell citizens who have questions about their local election processes. The moves from state and local officials mirror coordination between the Department of Justice and the National School Board Association…

Montana SoS Offers New Election Machines After Tampered Seals Discovered in Carbon County

Carbon County Election Administrator Crystal Roascio declined two brand new ES&S DS200 election tabulation machines offered by the Montana Secretary of State’s office after citizens discovered the warranty seals covering machine access screws were broken on Carbon County’s two tabulation machines. The warranty seals were found broken during a public test of the machine organized…

Missoula School Board Avoids Curriculum Concerns, Discusses Seating New Board Members

Last Tuesday’s meeting of the Missoula County Public Schools Board of Trustees came to order at 6pm with all trustees present except for Trustee Michael Gehl. Following the pledge of allegiance, the board approved the minutes of the April 12th meeting during which a parent had read the contents of a homework assignment given out by a…