Lincoln County BOH Votes for ‘Flu Pandemic Plan’-(So Powerfully Addicting)


Have you ever seen a strong group of Montana MEN standing at the back of a Board of Health meeting? How about almost twenty Montana men and women in person and on ZOOM attending that same Board of Health meeting? There were that many plus the board members themselves, plus a few more liberal attendees.


Basically, the word got out at that meeting that certain like-minded people throughout the county will not comply with heavy-handed social distancing or masking, or vaccination regulations.

The majority of the Board of Health STILL voted YES to pass the ‘Flu Pandemic Plan’. It’s basically a Live Document/Living Document that is simply updated each year. If the Board of Health adopts the document according to CDC standards, our county will receive federal funding for another year. Our county “must comply with the originating Act” in order to receive a few thousand dollars.

My opinion is that we should begin to wean our county away from receiving federal funds, which are addicting, so powerfully addicting – because they help us pay for multi-million dollar projects and county infrastructure.

I also believe our conservative electorate – ‘We the Majority’ – should begin to consider how to impeach elected officials who are not helpful in their attitudes, but are dictatorial towards ‘Us the People.’

This information was submitted to Montana 1st News by Dianne Hansen of Lincoln County.

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