(If you have been violently assaulted by Greg Gianforte, please contact law enforcement or call 911 before contacting the tip line, GianforteTipMont@gmail.com)
After yesterday’s post exposing yet another incident of Greg Gianforte lashing out at reporters violently I received an outpouring of people reaching out to tell their stories about frightening encounters they have had with Greg Gianforte.
Here is the previously unreleased audio if you missed it yesterday of Greg Gianforte berating reporters at the Missoulian:
If you have experienced similar treatment in the workplace, on the street, at a home gathering or while interviewing Greg Gianforte please email: GianforteTipMont@gmail.com and start the discussion with me.
All conversations are anonymous until all parties agree to bring forward names and details.
I received one phone call yesterday detailing the psychological abuse that Greg Gianforte inflicted on a loved one. This story was anonymous and I will be researching it further, but needless to say, it was a story from a Montanan that is concerned for the future of Montana who couldn’t keep quiet about what they had seen Greg Gianforte do to someone they cared about.
I received numerous comments on Facebook, one from a state house candidate, detailing rude and arrogant behavior and another email from someone who was glad that they finally had an outlet, someone who would listen to what Greg Gianforte had done to them.
I decided to create a Tip Line for folks to reach out and tell their stories of encounters with Greg Gianforte.
Much like the tip line for poaching that all Montanans are familiar with, 1-800-TipMont, this tip line is also anonymous and claims will be investigated.
GianforteTipMont@gmail.com is not a place to send lies or try to bait me into covering slander, I will not be printing anything without consent from the party emailing.
Please use this for what it is, a place where we can compile the history of violence and abuse by Greg Gianforte so Montanans can have all the information to decide who they want to vote for in November 2018.