Black Lives Matter (BLM) took a break from terrorizing innocent Americans in major cities to mark their territory in the much more sparsely populated Sanders County region of Montana’s westernmost border.
Sanders County, Montana, with a population of under 15,000, is one of the last places in America that you would expect to find a BLM presence. Except for a couple of small cities, Sanders County mostly consists of huge family-farms and vast amounts of open land. Nonetheless, BLM thought it proper to mark Hwy 200 with their logo.
One of the more ironic parts of the BLM visit to Sanders County is the reaction by the editors of the Facebook page entitled Sanders County 411 Uncensored, who reportedly removed the images from their website. Yes, you read that right, a Facebook page with the word uncensored in its title removed and censored photos they disagreed with.
Whether it is BLM, Antifa, or tyrannical overreach by our federal government, the good people of Montana must always stand at the ready to defend the Treasure State from all enemies, foreign and domestic.