Montana's Jordon Dyrdahl-Roberts made a decision this week that has gone viral and has become a story picked up by many major news outlets, including HuffPost. He quit his government job saying that he'd rather be unemployed than help ICE (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement) break up Montana families.

According to the Great Falls Tribune, Jordan was serving as the Department of Labor and Industry communications director when he posted the following tweets on Wednesday.

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In other tweets, Jordon explains that he has an unemployed wife in graduate school, a young child, 2 cats and just $900 in the bank, and even with that said, he stands by his decision not to help the government break up Montana families.