Homeless Man Claimed Billings MT Offered to Pay His Way to Sanctuary City (He Chose Portland)


The comments are quite interesting concerning this particular situation. One person remarked, “Montana is smart.”

Yes, we are or at least Billings, Mt was in this particular situation. For one thing, a homeless person is much less likely to freeze to death in Portland, Oregon than in Billings, Montana.

Listen to this wild interview by clicking here.

The comments were very intriguing.

“Why is anyone worried about some able-bodied man who decides he doesn’t want to work? He’s choosing this life and enabling doesn’t help?”

“They probably have tri-fold glossy brochures that show the benefits available, current decriminalization/non-prosecution policies, top camping locations, average weather, etc. for Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, etc.”

“The people in Billings realized that being homeless during the winter there can kill you.”

“Probably jail or bus ticket. He doesn’t give a hoot where he’s homeless. Define ethical. How do you help someone who doesn’t think they have a problem? Send him to the city that doesn’t think he has a problem.”

“Montana is smart.”

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