Breaking news here on this Friday evening. According to Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen (R-MT), suspicious letters containing an unknown white substance were mailed to at least two Montana lawmakers- including the AG's mother.
After speaking with the owner of the store, he took to social media- raising concerns about the documents scooped up by the IRS during the raid. AG Knudsen says the documents seized by the IRS were "appalling:"
Cascade County Sheriff Jesse Slaughter says he was not notified by the ATF in advance of an operation that apparently took place at a Great Falls, Montana business earlier this week. Here's reaction from AG Knudsen and more.
'I think Americans have become complacent in everything they do. We want our TikTok, we want our Facebook, we want this, we want that, we want our tinker toys. And we don't care what China does, or our government does, as long as we have our drug of choice..."
Meth and fentanyl is flooding into the United States from the Mexican drug cartels, killing hundreds of thousands of Americans and fueling crime all across the country. But it is the Mexican government that is once again demanding that American gun companies pay for crime south of the border.
Montana's Attorney General Austin Knudsen (R-MT) made some national headlines earlier this week as he joined Newsmax to talk about Montana being on the "cutting edge" of cracking down on the Communist Chinese and their social media app TikTok.
President Joe Biden is compromised when it comes to the Communist Chinese. Attorney General Austin Knudsen (R-MT) also called out the liberal, George Soros-backed prosecutor that is persecuting former President Donald Trump in New York City.