From their veil of COVID-19 face coverings, the Party of Death defeated a measure in the Montana Senate to prosecute doctors for killing off their sickly patients.
Six Republicans affiliated with the Democrat-Crossover wing of the Republican Party known as the “Solutions Caucus” chose to side with their pro-abortion peers to ease access to doctors who want to murder grandpa and grandma.
SB290, sponsored by Sen. Carl Glimm (R-SD6), would have removed “patient consent” as a reason to allow doctors to violate their Hippocratic oath to murder people. Currently, the status quo in Montana has been forged by judicial activism, with a 2009 state Supreme Court ruling that doctors can’t be charged for killing their patients if they, in incredible pain or mental anguish, ask to be killed. However, state law still does not explicitly allow patient-assisted homicide.
Republicans who voted to let physicians take the lives of their patients instead of providing medical care include Duane Ankey (the worst-rated Republican in the Senate), Jeff Welborn, Jason Small, Brian Hoven, Kenneth Bogner, and Russ Tempel.
The Solutions Caucus, which commonly crosses over with Democrats to oppose Republican bills, also repeatedly endorses pro-abortion bills and in the Montana House this session, a bill allowing doctors to cut the penises off of little boys and injecting girls with male hormones that will make them infertile.
The Party of Death is alive and well in Montana, and thanks to the Solutions Caucus, it’s practically in charge.