Booze Peddling Vaccine Bully, Jenny Montgomery, Joins A Protest To Pressure Beehive Staff To Get Jabbed

by Travis Mateer

A very odd kind of protest took place recently at Beehive Homes, a congregate living facility serving disabled individuals. The issue, apparently, is the booster status of a Beehive resident who REALLY wants a booster shot, but can’t get it because they are in lockdown.

And why are they in lockdown? Is it because the vaccines aren’t working as we’ve been told? Or is it because 25% of Beehive staff are vaccine resistors?

“A disabled resident of BeeHive Homes recently contacted Summit Independent Living after contracting COVID-19 in the facility,” explained Travis Hoffman, the interim director of Summit.

Although the resident was vaccinated when all BeeHive residents were initially vaccinated, the resident decided to get a booster shot after contracting COVID last week, Hoffman said. Since the middle of January, BeeHive Homes of Missoula has been under health officer’s order from the Missoula City-County Health Department for an uncontrolled COVID outbreak.

That meant the resident has been unable to leave the facility to get a booster shot or have someone come in, Hoffman said.

“In addition, and more importantly, BeeHive does not require staff to be vaccinated,” Hoffman said. “Disabled people are at far greater risk from COVID-19, and people living in any congregate setting are at extreme risk of contracting and dying from COVID-19.”

The emphasis is mine because the little fact that the resident was ALREADY vaccinated SHOULD call into question the efficacy of the vaccines, but that is NOT what these “protestors” have taken away from this shit-show.

No, these vaccine bullies instead focused their ire on the staff who are refusing the pressure campaign and, as we’ll see, Montana Republicans who got HB 702 passed.

Several of the protesters, including Marsha Katz, Jenny Montgomery and Gavin Workman, asked Harding what he is doing to encourage his staff to get vaccinated. They suggested he offer incentives for vaccination, because a Montana law called House Bill 702, passed in 2021, prevents employers from requiring vaccinations.

Harding said the law, written by Republican legislators and signed by Gov. Greg Gianforte, prevents his facility from requiring vaccinations.

When I saw Montgomery’s name, I wondered what a booze peddler who got Covid relief money to stay in business was doing bullying a facility like Beehive to make their staffing crisis worse by coercing a medical intervention 25% of the staff are refusing. Then I read further and discovered Montgomery is ALSO a Summit Independent Living board member.

Jenny Montgomery, a board member of Summit Independent Living, said HB 702 has put people’s lives in danger. Monday’s protest was also aimed at trying to convince the 25% of staff members to get vaccinated and stepping up pressure on state government.

“We need the Legislature to step up and protect people,” she said, adding that she doesn’t understand how staff members rationalize not getting vaccinated when residents get extremely sick or die from COVID-19.

I would LOVE to educate Jenny Montgomery about the reasons people are refusing to get jabbed. Maybe I should go to her distillery to see if an educational opportunity presents itself?

That distillery, located on Front Street in downtown Missoula, was busy SAVING LIVES when this plandemic first got going, and it was this distillery where Jon Tester chose to tout the benefits of President Biden’s American Rescue Plan.

Senator Jon Tester made a visit to Missoula, touting President Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan and the impacts that it is having on Western Montana.

The Montgomery Distillery was the scene for Friday’s press conference.

The distillery received aid from the plan that was passed by Congress back in March, but the plan didn’t just help financially, it helped the local vaccine supply in Western Montana.

Ah, cool, so Jenny Montgomery got some aid for her distillery where she makes the booze that does so many wonderful things for the people who consume it, then is pivoting to adding her voice to the pressure campaign to jab all Beehive employees so that one disabled person can get boosted because the first two jabs didn’t do the job.

One of my favorite parts of the bully article is when local comedian, Michael Beers, threatens to return and protest if the owner of Beehive doesn’t take additional guidance from the Health Department.

After an hour-long conversation, the protesters convinced Harding to at least seek guidance from the health department on how to get a booster shot for the resident.

“If you don’t, we’ll be back again with more people,” said protester Michael Beers.

With all this protesting and THREATS of protesting being discussed, I’m thinking of rallying some counter-protestors myself in SUPPORT of the staff refusing the jab.

I’m also considering a Friday evening megaphone session outside the Montgomery Distillery to raise awareness of the bullying tactics influencers like Jenny Montgomery are utilizing.

I’ve been aware of Jenny Montgomery since she got involved in the Mayor’s Downtown Advisory Commission all the way back in 2014. Four years later, Montgomery was giving a tiny little donation to Nancy de Pastino, the woman who tried to impose her gun control beliefs on the suicide prevention effort known as Project Tomorrow.

Here’s the screen shot of Montgomery’s Democratic support:

As I was researching Jenny Montgomery yesterday and leaving messages with comedians with the last name BEERS about their little threats (little, ha ha) and the counter-measures I am planning, I was SHOCKED to find a curious little proposal to BEER a vacant school building. This proposal got County Commissioner backing around this time last year for the Montgomery’s vision.

If you’re worried the Montgomery’s may run into a pesky “policy” regarding making money peddling booze in a school building, don’t worry. STRICT policies are only for my kids’ faces. LOOSE policies exist for those who loosen their purse strings for the GREAT political party serving GREAT LEADER.

Here’s the reporting on the bending of the rules for a pair of privileged enablers of LEADER’S GREATNESS!

“We were thinking about economic vibrancy, neighborhood development, more economic activity, jobs, etcetera, in what is right now a pretty unused space,” Slotnick said.

The proposal was brought forward by Ryan and Jenny Montgomery, owners of the Montgomery Distillery in Missoula.

MCPS has a district policy that prohibits alcohol on school property.

The County’s letter stated that they believe the Montgomery proposal is an ‘appropriate exception to that rule’.

Well, if it’s APPROPRIATE, who am I to complain?

No, complaining is the LAST thing on my mind. What I want to do is EDUCATE and I will use appropriately LOUD methods to ensure my message is heard.

Thanks for reading.

About Travis Mateer

I'm an artist and citizen journalist living and writing in Montana. You can contact me here: willskink at yahoo dot com
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5 Responses to Booze Peddling Vaccine Bully, Jenny Montgomery, Joins A Protest To Pressure Beehive Staff To Get Jabbed

  1. Concern Troll says:

    I contend this is no different than the anti mandate / anti vaccine protest monthly out by Lowes. Tell me none of the people involved don’t have conflicts of interest reasons for protesting. Just because someone sits on a board, owns a business doesn’t make a conspiracy. I mean give us actual evidence not conjecture. Sorry I haven’t posted in a while. Always 👀.

  2. The vaccines, having un-revealed ingredients and unstated purposes, are a guidepost to how far we have descended back into fascism in the post-war era. It appears to be a natural regression, as humans do not seem to want to be free, in fact, behave like frightened sheep when confronted with any hobgoblin, this time around a virus never isolated or proven to even exist. What is being done to us falls under the Nuremberg Accords regarding medical experimentation on humans. I quote:

    The voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential. This means that the person involved should have legal capacity to give consent; should be situated as to be able to exercise free power of choice, without the intervention of any element of force, fraud, deceit, duress, over-reaching, or other ulterior form of constraint or coercion, and should have sufficient knowledge and comprehension of the elements of the subject matter involved as to enable him to make an understanding and enlightened decision. This latter element requires that before the acceptance of an affirmative decision by the experimental subject there should be made known to him the nature, duration, and purpose of the experiment; the method and means by which it is to be conducted; all inconveniences and hazards reasonably to be expected; and the effects upon his health or person which may possibly come from his participation in the experiment. The duty and responsibility for ascertaining the quality of the consent rests upon each individual who initiates, directs or engages in the experiment. It is a personal duty and responsibility which may not be delegated to another with impunity.

    I look around me and wonder how many of these masked lost souls actually have the capacity to give informed consent. Do most humans even have the capacity to stand tall and live free? You’re doing so, Travis, and so am I. But there aren’t many others. (The Nuremberg Accords are not the law of the land, not that it matters as the Constitution has been shredded anyway, but were signed onto by the US.)

  3. Travis, when you are ready to do your counter-protest, let me know. I will join you. I can’t make it this Sunday afternoon because I will be at Lowe’s doing the thing which Concern Troll has a problem with, but will be free the following weekend. Give me a little notice to round up my people and we will make an event out of it.

    BTW, you are welcome to join us at Reserve and England Boulevard on Sunday at 1:30. I have a bullhorn.

    Thank you,

    • Concern Troll says:

      Concern Trill here making it clear I have no problem with you expressing your First Amendment rights as I made clear I see no difference in what you all are doing than what Jenny M. and her people are doing. Same thing different side of the coin. Only fascists would have a problem with them doing the same thing which apparently you are. 🖕

      • Thank you for the clarification. I should have worded my response better. I apologize for the slip.

        That being said, I do not own a business or sit on a board. I have no conflict of interest. It does not benefit me materially to protest mandates. In fact, due to the current political and social climate, standing up for my freedom may be harmful to my well-being. It does not matter. I will be there.

        There is one major difference between myself and Jenny M. It is called freedom of individual choice, which I uphold adamantly and which Jenny wants to run roughshod over.

        I stand up for my freedoms because I believe that I will lose them if I do not and in doing so am also conferring those freedoms to everyone else as well. Can she say the same? Can you?

        BTW, feel free to join me on Reserve Street in front of Lowe’s on Sunday afternoon at 1:30.

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