In recent editorial board interviews with the Helena Independent Record and the Billings Gazette, Greg Gianforte proposed several budgetary actions that would ultimately eliminate the state's rainy day fund.
Greg Gianforte has spent the past week hiding his out-of-touch agenda from reporters and the public. One of the many parts of his past he is trying to bury is his $14,000 in donations to the known hate group, Family Research Council.
In just 7 days, Greg Gianforte has ducked reporters' questions an eye opening 14 times (that we know of). Gianforte wants to hide his out-of-the-mainstream agenda from the public, but Montanans deserve to know where he stands on the issues.
This week the Associated Press reported that Indiana may have lost as much as $60 million in hotel profits, taxes and other revenue as a result of Gov. Mike Pence's controversial pro-discrimination law.
Yesterday New Jersey multimillionaire Greg Gianforte was asked if he would repeal Governor Steve Bullock's executive action to expand protections against discrimination for Montanans. The Billings Gazette praised the decision, saying "Bullock stands up for Montanans' rights."
It didn't take long for Greg Gianforte to distort the facts in an attempt to mislead Montanans about his out-of-touch agenda. As we learn more about how Gianforte does not share Montana's values, here are just a few facts Gianforte got wrong at his staged campaign events this week.