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Montana HD 7 Candidate, Jerry O’ Neil: “We’re More Polarized than Ever Before”

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It sure would be nice to have a Montana Legislature filled with guys like Jerry O’ Neil

james white EIV Radio May 14, 2020

Montana HD 7 Candidate, Jerry O’ Neil is not the empty rhetoric type of guy. No, Jerry O’ Neil is a man of action.

From his decision to become a paralegal after helping his family with legal issues, to his stance on being paid in gold and silver for serving in the legislature, Jerry O’ Neil has always stood on his principles

When faced, once again, with the open deceit by those currently serving, Jerry knew he had to act by running for a seat in Montana’s House District 7.

As long as I have known Jerry, he has been consistently principled towards liberty, freedom and both the Montana and US Constitutions. Jerry O’ Neil is the “real deal.”

Jerry joined me recently on EIV Radio to discuss the latest developments in the government’s march towards total tyranny and much, much more.

3 thoughts on “Montana HD 7 Candidate, Jerry O’ Neil: “We’re More Polarized than Ever Before”

  1. Jerry says we Americans are more polarized now than in the Civil war, there is one difference between the civil war and now. In the civil war, we were fighting because of tariffs between the north and the south. Today we are fighting because we Constitutionist are fighting the communist democrats.

  2. The reason for inflation we now have and have had for the last 50 years is because of mothers staying in the workforce after having a baby.In 1970 you could buy a brand new car for 2,200 dollars, a home sold for 6,000 to 18,000 dollars, gas was 32 cents per gallon. When mothers started staying in the workforce in 1972, she now had her own money, and she began buying her own car, Supply, and Demand, The demand went up but supply stay the same, so the price went up. The workforce doubled from 70 million people in 1970 (80% men), to 135 million people by 1983.same with housing. Since 1972 the inflation rate has jumped from 2 percent per year to 15 percent per year, just look at the price of a car, home, and gasoline.

  3. Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, establish the minimum wages and the maximum hours for employees engaged in interstate commerce and outlawing the use of child labor. It had nothing to do with the blacks.

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