Well, one of my readers have gone and done it, meaning he’s gone all whackjob on me, based on my earlier post.  Big surprise there.
Anyway, “Wolf” or “Kriss Wolf” stated that Montana judge Wanda Drusch was being recalled and then provided a link.  The link is to an unannotated internet version of the Montana statutes, specifically the “Montana Recall Act”,  Mont. Code Ann. § 2-16-601 et seq.  Judge Drusch is, of course, subject to recall, but I doubt that the whackjobs are intelligent enough to do it correctly.
“Physical or mental lack of fitness, incompetence, violation of the oath of office, official misconduct, or conviction of a felony offense enumerated in Title 45 are the only grounds for recall.”  Mont. Code Ann. § 2-16-603.
I doubt that they can show any of these, and failure to comply with the statutory requirement are fatal to a recall effort. State ex rel. Palmer v. Hart, 655 P.2d 965 (Mont. 1982).  Further, the supporting affidavit has to contain actual, real assertions that meet one of the grounds for recall.  Basing the affidavit on a misconception of the law is fatal to the petition. Sheehy v. Ferda, 765 P.2d 722 (Mont. 1988).
So Mr. Teen Wolf has “filled (sic) the recall this morning with the Gallatin County elections officer….”  I’m confident that he (or they) will screw this up, especially since he’s already cited the statute incorrectly.  If he made similar mistakes in filing the petition, it will be tossed.
Next he went into the “CUSIP prison bond” BS.  Basically the whackjobs believe that each prison inmate is a money maker for the state by use of this bond.  It’s BS of course, but you can’t argue with a whackjob / idiot.  To paraphrase Mark Twain, they’ll drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.  He then goes on about lack of respect for officers, filing as many complaints as he can, yada yada yada, finishing off with a reference to Nazis and jackboots.