UPDATED: Federal Judge Grants Montana’s Request For Injunction On CMS Vaccine Mandate, Benefis Insists on Jab

Montana healthcare workers are protected under HB-702 which adds vaccination status as a protected class.

PHOTOS: Statewide Rallies Against Vaccine Mandates Draw Over a Thousand Across Montana

Update (11/30/2021): A federal judge has blocked CMS vaccine mandates for healthcare workers. Yesterday, over a thousand Montanans showed up for statewide rallies against vaccine mandates imposed on healthcare workers by the Biden Administration. Demonstrators attended rallies in Billings, Bozeman, Glendive, Great Falls, Hamilton, Helena, Kalispell, Miles City, Missoula, and Sydney at 2:00pm in highly…

Community Hospital To Fire Unvaccinated Workers Despite Losing 26% of Beds Since September

Many nurses and healthcare workers have been seeing the writing on the wall for months now. Hospitals across the United States have been sending notices to their workers, pressuring them to get vaccinated. On Veteran’s Day, Missoula’s Community Medical Center went a step further and told workers that they need to either get vaccinated or…

Op Ed

You Can’t Fool Mother Nature

A few decades ago there was an advertising campaign that used the tag line “You can’t fool Mother Nature.”  It seems like our government and much of the world does not understand that principle. So called “experts” tried to create a treatment they labeled “a vaccine” for COVID 19 that did not involve reinforcing the…

VIDEO: State Rep Manzella Calls for Special Session to Perform Forensic Audit of Montana Elections

State Rep Theresa Manzella makes case for Montana Legislature to call themselves back into session to perform audit of Montana Elections.

Hellgate Elementary Votes to “Allow” Parents to Decide On Masks for Fall, County Health Recommends COVID-19 Injections

Not everything will be returning to normal, however. Masks will still be required on busses. Signs for washing hands and social distancing remain, as will much of the plexiglass.

Missoula Health Department: “Highly unlikely” To Go Door-To-Door to Coerce Experimental COVID-19 Injection

Missoula County Health Department head said it would be “highly unlikely” he would consider going door-to-door to coerce Missoulians to get COVID-19 injections, but left the door open for a “compelling argument.”

OSHA: Missoula Businesses Liable If They Mandate Vaccines

The newly passed HB 702 protects Montanans from discrimination in employment based on vaccination status, but it does not take effect until July 1st. Until the new law stands, workers can still resist mandates from employers who want to force vaccination as a condition of employment. According to the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration…

More Evidence From PCR Creator Points to Probable High False-Positivity Rate in Missoula County COVID-19 Testing

January 20th, the day of Joe Biden’s inauguration, the World Health Organization sent out a memo to all COVID-19 test administers and laboratories that they needed to use a lower sensitivity in their PCR (polymerase chain reaction) testing due to the high prevalence of false-positive COVID-19 test results. After the 20th, we saw “new cases”…