by Travis Mateer
When the story of the five homicides that were actually just one homicide finally came out, this is what got reported (emphasis mine):
The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office reports one woman is dead after an assault in Clinton on Sunday.
Deputies responded to a report of an assault in the 5600 block of Donovan Creek Road just after noon.
On scene, deputies found Delphine A. Farmer, 88, unresponsive. Farmer was pronounced dead at the scene.
Officials say a person has not been taken into custody in relation to the homicide and there is no risk to the public at this time.
While I’m glad the mouthpiece for the Sheriff’s Office thinks the as-yet-to-be-detained assailant who allegedly beat an old woman to death doesn’t pose a risk to the public at this time, I’m going to remind readers that the Sheriff’s Office is led by an elected official, which makes the determination of “public risk” a political one, not one based on consensus reality, where us regular people live.
Irregular people, like the homeless sex offender (and the Sheriff’s Office who has been protecting him these last few years through non-enforcement) is what I went on KGVO yesterday morning to talk about, and TALK I DID! It was so nice to be back in the studio with Nick and Peter. You can click here and listen for yourself…I believe my part starts around the 26 minute mark.
On the raising kids front, it’s been particularly hard for a lot of reasons, and some of those reasons I discussed with Debra of the Debra Gets Red Pilled podcast earlier this month. It’s episode 152, titled It’s All Legos! which I think is more than appropriate.
I’ve had my own podcast on the back-burner for too many months now, and that needs to change, so hopefully that will be coming soon, in some form.
So stay tuned, and thanks for reading! It’s been quite a week.