Montana Rally For Future Of Freedom And Liberty

In Montana there are many citizens that are concerned about how the Covid-19 pandemic is playing on their rights. After Governor Bullock advanced the LockDown in Montana as a result of the federal advisory order. Many businesses and essential activities enjoyed and needed by the citizens of Montana were curtailed in the name of safety.

Across America a historic action is underway that has very few boundaries associated with the rights of the people that are listed in the Constitution. Citizens we visited with on Monday April 13th 2020 were holding their daily prayer march at the Capitol in Helena Montana.

Here is a piece of History that certainly is part of a lesson that leads America. “American Revolution begins in Lexington, Massachusetts. The “Shot Heard Round the World” took place in Concord later that day” ~ April 19th 1775

The following Video is an open invitation to the people of Montana to join together with courage to enhance the rights of the people and the future of America.

Faith Rally At Montana Capitol

Montana Viewpoint will be at the Capitol on Sunday April 19th 2020 to record and share for the citizens of Montana that wish to have a chance to be part of a movement in Montana. Under Governor Bullock’s Executive orders, the media is declared essential in this LockDown of America. (Found on Page 5 of the document put out to the people on March 26th 2020.

Abortion Is Not Healthcare

By Tim Ravndal

In Missoula Montana one of the high level interests is government overreach and spending. The Healthcare industry is a well oiled machine that is often co-opted by nonprofit organizations like Blue Mountain Clinic.

Due to COVID19, Blue Mountain Clinic temporarily reduced their hours of operation. A decision was made to reduce the hours Monday-Thursday by one hour from 6PM to 5PM keeping Friday hours remaining the same.

Marilyn Hatch a resident of Missoula has been following Blue Mountain Clinic for quite some time. When able, Mrs. Hatch would show up at the clinic location in Missoula to voice her concerns regarding the practice of performing abortions at the clinic.

Due to the social volatility of the abortion issue, Mrs. Hatch regularly was shown a negative response to her presence including being turned into the Missoula City Police for disrupting the social atmosphere at the clinic.

Covid-19 was enacted providing an exemption to the clinic under the name of necessary health care services. Many across Montana have been looking at the Executive orders by Montana Governor Steve Bullock effecting the Emergency Declaration.

In that declaration, Governor Bullock specifically afforded local government officials to make determinations regarding the need of an emergency declaration at the county level.

Looking at the stimulus package that was passed by the federal government there is a tremendous amount of funding that is going into health care facilities to offset the impact caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. $1,300,000,000, for ‘‘Primary Health Care’’ alone with no parameters in place.

Since the Covid-19 Pandemic has set such a high level of priorities with the State of Montana it is confusing to compare taking of life using funding that is earmarked to save lives.

Mrs. Hatch was recently turned in for disrupting operations at the clinic. Her regular effort to bring attention to the clinic is Wednesday mornings. That is the day the clinic schedules and performs abortions beginning at 7:00AM.

The Missoula police were called and Mrs. Hatch was accused of improper vocal insinuations against the clinic. The police officers arrived at the scene and warned Mrs. Hatch that she would be cited for disorderly conduct or perhaps another charge if she continued to protest at the clinic.

Mrs. Hatch regularly stays on the public sidewalk not trespassing on the clinic property. On Wednesday April 8th we interviewed Mrs. Hatch getting her side of this story. For some reason, the clinic failed to open so we were unable to get their position on record.

Here is the story worth listening to from Marylin Hatch on that Wednesday morning.

Marylin Hatch Speaks To The People Of Montana

Election Day Battle In Eastern Montana Heats Up

Election Campaigning is now in full swing across Montana. Candidates and those in office are working hard to make sure that the voters are provided all the campaign information they can get. It is very difficult with the quarantine in place prohibiting meeting citizens face to face.

The primary election is going entirely to the voters by mail in only. The campaign season will therefore wrap up the first week of May when ballots are mailed. The voters will have until Election Day on June 2, 2020 to return their ballots to be counted.

In Eastern Montana there are several legislative seats that are being vacated. In the 2020 election cycle the “Solutions Caucus” of the Republican Party are on the hunt to win additional seats that will join the Democrats in the 2021 Legislature.

Legistats of Montana led by Former Legislator Ed Butcher has been providing the voters a message that the mainstream media fails to do. The solutions caucus members do not like their voting records placed before the voters.

Voting records expose how the political control of the Montana Legislature is highly debated. Two of the Republican Party’s “Solutions Caucus” members Joel Krauter and Eric Moore are showcased in the following video.

The two Legislators that served in the 2019 Legislature are scored here by Legistats giving the voters a clear picture of how these two republican representatives crossed the isle voting with democrats.

Votes have consequences and Election Day is coming.

Montana Viewpoint will focus on providing the people of Montana an alternate place to get informed. Networking with like minded news sources will help the people win on Election Day.

Medicaid Expansion And Abortions In Montana

Medicaid Expansion And Abortions In Montana

Opinion by Tim Ravndal

In Montana the people voted on a recent Election Day to say no to “Medicaid Expansion” in Montana.  Because the Montana Legislature was in control of the agenda in 2019, they bypassed the citizens will and determined they were above the Constitution and passed Medicaid Expansion.

In recent days we were in a positive position that confirmed what the citizens of Montana feared and stood strong against.  Using tax dollars to fund abortions is not only morally wrong, but as a right that is being manipulated by the government it is Constitutionally in question.

If the citizens of Montana do not have a voice that is heard by those representing them, is there truly a chance that we still live in a Constitutional Republic?  That question and many others will continue to rise to the surface in this 2020 election cycle.

Montana Family Foundation has been very vocal in the preservation of the right to life and the protection of the family unit.  Here is a release of a memo that further solidifies that the will of the people is paramount to what is going on politically in Montana.  Medicaid Expansion Legal

The world is run by those who show up and do not fear to stand up for their rights!

By Tim Ravndal, Candidate for House District 70  Paid for by Tim Ravndal for HD70 PO Box 287 Townsend Montana 59644  Debra Brown Treasurer.


The Care Act

The Care Act

By Tim Ravndal

In America we are quickly moving into a new dimension.  It is important that we follow the prescription to protect the people of our great country.  It was not long ago that a piece of legislation that came from the federal representatives known as Obamacare placed a burden on the people up to and including fines for non-compliance.

If we are concerned about safety many sections of the new $2 Trillion Dollar package do make sense.  Helping the health care industry in place to deal with the pandemic is common sense.

Many sections of the new law passed by congress and signed by President Trump are a result of the national move to get a handle on the spreading of the pandemic.  With many variables factored into the decision process many citizens are severely impacted both physically and economically.

Here in Montana we are seeing a rush to the table from leaders of the financial industry as well as the many organizations that survive on federal funding.  Each of the chapters in the Care Act provide a safety net for programs in place as well as provide regulatory relief resulting in loan forgiveness.

If we focus on the priority needs of America it is certainly in the health care industry.  There are many pages in the new Care Act that do provide additional funding to offset the financial impact to rural health care facilities including critical care access hospitals.

As we look into the new law further one has to scratch the noggin and wonder why our federal government is placing regulatory constraints in areas that, without a doubt, will face economic distress.  Here in Montana that is certainly going to be a front and center problem when the 2021 Montana Legislature convenes to deal with the aftermath of the pandemic.

In the founding of this nation the individual states were established to provide for the rights of the people.  The 10th Amendment is in place to reserve those rights reserved to the states and or the people.  This foundation removed the threat of a centralized government unaccountable to the people.

In Montana, Governor Bullock set the stage for federal overreach without hesitation.  The declaration by executive order of an emergency provided the open door to federal funding.  In this scenario a political move was made to ensure that social manipulation would be achieved with minimal resistance from the people of Montana.

The 2020 election cycle is on the table with Governor Bullock using his authority to manipulate the election process here in Montana.  Although the provision for this is founded in the emergency declaration, will the citizens really have a fair and open election as guaranteed by the Constitution?

It is important to note that the whole picture of where we are today is dependent upon historical lessons.  We are now seeing a dimension of political posturing second to none in our free nation.  In this case, it is the duty of the citizens to make sure that the rights of the people are not sacrificed for safety.

Here is an unofficial portrait of the many provisions of the new  FINAL CARES ACT

Know who is representing the people as opposed to who is representing the system when you go to the ballot box.  Remember, if you don’t vote, your rights are assigned to someone that may not represent you.

Words Worth Noting

“We now live in a nation where doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, universities destroy knowledge, governments destroy freedom, the press destroys information, religion destroys morals, and our banks destroy the economy.”
— Chris Hedges
(1956- ) American journalist, author, and war correspondent

“Our government has kept us in a perpetual state of fear -­
kept us in a continuous stampede of patriotic fervour ­-
with the cry of grave national emergency.
Always, there has been some terrible evil at home,
or some monstrous foreign power that was going to gobble us up
if we did not blindly rally behind it by
furnishing the exorbitant sums demanded.
Yet, in retrospect, these disasters seem never to have happened,
seem never to have been quite real.”
— General Douglas MacArthur
(1880-1964) WWII Supreme Allied Commander of the Southwest Pacific, Supreme United Nations Commander
Source: Whan, ed. “A Soldier Speaks: Public Papers and Speeches of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur,” (1965); Nation, August 17, 1957

   “If you see a man approaching you
with the obvious intent of doing you good,
    you should run for your life.”
— Henry David Thoreau
(1817-1862) American author, poet, philosopher, polymath, abolitionist, naturalist, tax resister, development critic, surveyor, historian, and transcendentalist


Maybe a White House Petition to get President Trump to pay attention to the People of Montana’s voice would be in order?

Western Montana Water Rights

© 2020 Concerned Citizens of Western Montana

How does one small tribe in western Montana wield so much power and fear over so many people?  How is it that they continue to advance a compact that will destroy agriculture in the era of President Trump?

For the past several years our main focus has been on the Flathead Water Compact, but Senator Daines’ recent support of it brings so much more than water into focus.  The CSKT Compact is just one aspect of the incestuous relationship that exists between federally “recognized” Indian tribes and our government.  It speaks to massive corruption through all of the federal money and companion legislation that feeds and empowers  the beast.

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