The following Op-Ed was submitted to Montana 1st News by an extremely concerned Flathead County resident (one who has lived in much larger counties and understands the progression).
“This needs to stop immediately but you know it won’t.”
The concerned resident wrote this Opinion-Editorial as a follow up to a recently published article by Montana 1st News. Click here to read that article.
Another thing to consider is that homeless drug addicts are only the first group of settlers. Word will quickly spread that this is a hospitable location and the next group that will start arriving will be illegal aliens. If you think homeless vagrants are bad, “you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.” As far as I know, there has only been one murder committed by a vagrant so far (the Fuel Fitness manager). If/when illegals infest our area, murders, child abductions/molestations/killings, et cetera will become commonplace. Kalispell will be unrecognizable from what it is today. The police will do everything they can to cater to the illegals because it means increased power (as the editorial writer mentioned) and funding. It’s then that we will move.
Recently, I was sharing about the needles being handed out to the homeless by the Flathead County Health Department. I do want to point that issue out to the County Commissioners though. I just checked the health department website to make sure they’re still giving out needles and it’s as bad as I thought. Our weaponized health department is actively working to attract drug users. Here’s what it says: (https://flathead.mt.gov/department-directory/health/fp)
SYRINGE EXCHANGE PROGRAM (SEP)
This program was created to support IV drug users by providing clean and sterile supplies to reduce injury and illness. Supplies you may access at the exchange:
Cookers and Filters
Wound Care Kits
Fentanyl Testing Strips
Safe Disposal Site
Safe Injection Education
Condoms and Lubricant
The Health Department should be renamed “Sinaloa Cartel/Kalispell Office.”