Remember when teachers in the largest school district got slapped in the face by their own teachers union? Which union slapped the Billings' school teachers in the face- the Montana Federation of Public Employees (MFPE). A new report is exposing the radical agenda being pushed by the MFPE.

For those who don't recall, the teachers in School District 2 voted AGAINST mask mandates. The union that is supposed to be representing them- the MFPE- was lobbying against the wishes of their very own members.

This is, of course, par for the course for the MFPE which is basically a Democrat front group. And the numbers back it up.

Big thanks to Darin Gaub for linking us up with Max Nelsen from the Freedom Foundation. The Freedom Foundation recently published a report looking at the MFPE. Aside from the fact that they expose the MFPE for being a Democrat front group, the report also shows how teachers union dues are being used to fund a radical Left-wing agenda at the national level.

Freedom Foundation: As MFPE is an affiliate of both the National Education Association (NEA) and the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), part of the dues paid by MFPE members go to support each of these two, extremely progressive unions. Nationally, NEA and AFT support everything from gun control3 to Critical Race Theory4 to abortion5 and efforts to defund the police6 and oppose election integrity.

The report also points out how the MFPE has given over $100,000 straight to the Montana Democrat Party and donated millions to failed gubernatorial candidate Mike Cooney:

Freedom Foundation: During the four-year review period, MFPE contributed $142,370 to the Montana Democratic Party and other Democrat party organizations....MFPE backed Democrat gubernatorial candidate Mike Cooney over Republican Greg Gianforte with $2,303,029 in election spending

Click here to read the full report from The Freedom Foundation.

Full audio of our chat with Max Nelsen:

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