Once a month Governor Greg Gianforte has committed to appearing on the KGVO Talk Back show to answer questions from listeners, and Thursday was the day.
The phone liners were full just after the Governor was introduced, and the first question dealt with his response to what is happening in Washington, D.C. and how he planned to protect the sovereignty of the state.
“We’re seeing all this crazy stuff coming out of Washington D.C.,” said Gianforte. “This is why I was really pleased in this legislative session to sign the constitutional carry bill for the state. Just know that I’ll always defend our Second Amendment rights. This is not gun related, but I signed a law yesterday to ban Sanctuary Cities. Here in the state of Montana, we have to enforce the rule of law and our Second Amendment is very clear. It says that we have the right to keep and bear arms that those rights shall not be infringed upon. I don’t think there’s a lot of confusion about that.”
One caller complained about rising property taxes, specifically in Missoula County, to which Gianforte said he will do what he can, but primarily it’s the citizens of Missoula County that choose