Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte (R-MT) confirmed the news Thursday morning. His office sent out a statement saying that an Afghan male placed in Montana by the U.S. State Department was charged with sexual assault.
Meth and fentanyl is being brought into Montana by the Mexican drug cartels. Those drugs are fueling violence, addiction, and a demand on family and social services programs all across the state. We're also seeing a big spike in pill use by kids.
They had their chance. They were in charge. They ordered lockdowns, mandates, and other restrictions. The restrictions didn't work. And now they want to do it again. I don't know about you- but the Montana Democrats simply just look desperate.
Jim Verhoef joined us on the radio during our LIVE broadcast from Malta last week. He's a former director of the Owner-Operator Independent Driver's Association- a national trade association that fights for driver's rights at the local, state, and federal level.
We're hitting the Hi Line once again. This week, we're doing our statewide radio show- "Montana Talks with Aaron Flint"- LIVE from Wolf Point and Plentywood. We'll be in Wolf Point on Tuesday and Plentywood on Wednesday.