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Montana governor, legislators condemn plans for white-nationalist march - The Washington Post

29.12.16

Montana governor, legislators condemn plans for white-nationalist march - The Washington Post: The letter, co-signed by Gov. Steve Bullock (D), Sen. Jon Tester (D), Sen. Steve Daines (R), Rep. Ryan Zinke (R) and Attorney General Tim Fox (R), attacks any effort by white nationalists to rally in Whitefish.

“We condemn attacks on our religious freedom manifesting in a group of anti-Semites,” the elected officials wrote in the letter, released by Tester's office Tuesday morning. “We stand firmly together to send a clear message that ignorance, hatred and threats of violence are unacceptable and have no place in the town of Whitefish, or in any other community in Montana or across this nation. We say to those few who seek to publicize anti-Semitic views that they shall find no safe haven here.”


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