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Eight things Gianforte might not be able to do after pleading guilty

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Now that Congressman Elect Greg Gianforte has pleaded guilty to assaulting Ben Jacobs… there are certain things that Mr. Gianforte cannot do.

Here’s a list:

  • Being ineligible for a security clearance
  • Unable to work at or visit the White House
  • Disqualified from being an Uber driver
  • Ineligible to become a substitute teacher in Montana
  • Ineligible to drive a school bus in Montana
  • Banned from being a daycare provider in Montana
  • Ineligible for a concealed weapons permit in Montana
  • Failing the bar character and fitness examination 

Now, some of these aren’t permanent punishments. If you have completed your sentence so that your rights are restored you can apply for a concealed weapons permit. If there is evidence of successful rehabilitation then that could diminish security concerns. 

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