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As reported yesterday, hundreds of federal agents are still at the Bundy Ranch and the area continues its status as a no-fly zone. Despite major media reports that the Nevada Bureau of Land Management is retreating, the remaining activity that still surrounds the ranch illustrates a different scenario.
Not only is the BLM not actually backing off of Cliven Bundy, Sheriff Richard Mack of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association has revealed stunning information: on Ben Swann’s radio program, Mack said that he has received intelligence from multiple, credible sources inside the BLM and the Las Vegas Metro that there is “no question” that the federal government is planning a raid on the Bundy home and the homes of their children who live on the property.
According to Mack, the so-called retreat was nothing more than theatrics. “It was a ploy to get people to back off, to get people out of the way. They weren’t expecting us to get this amount of people here. They were surprised by the numbers and so they wanted a way to get us out of here. This was a ploy to get us out of here and then they’re going after the Bundys.” Mack said that when he was at the Bundy ranch on Saturday there were an estimated 600 to 800 protesters present when federal agents were releasing the cattle.
If they do that kind of raid, I don’t believe there’s any way that could happen without bloodshed.
I would’ve gone next. I would’ve been the next one to be killed. I’m not afraid to die here. I’m willing to die here.
I can’t believe that there are some Americans, and some media like Glenn Beck, that are supporting the BLM in this and it’s absolutely disgraceful.
Mack said that he had been told by Bundy that the federal government is actively shutting down the ranching industry, specifically in Clark County. He also revealed that there used to be 53 ranches in Clark County. All of those ranchers have been put out of business, except for Bundy who is still trying to hold on. “Every American should be outraged by it,” said Mack. The ranch has been in Bundy’s family since 1877.
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It seems the FBI should storm Dirty Harry Reid's house instead. Check this out.
reply to post by freakjive
To believe they were just going to back down and never come back was very foolish. That would make it look like we the people had some tiny bit of power. In war you don't surrender. You drop back and regroup.
The American people are the enemy how dare citizens refuse to let the them raid and steal our land.
Reid tells News4's Samantha Boatman his take on the so-called cattle battle in southern Las Vegas. "Well, it's not over. We can't have an American people that violate the law and then just walk away from it. So it's not over," Reid said. **FAIR USE**
LOL I'm seeing where the militias are heading next....
Its a trap to lure the militia to NM where they have set up acme anvils and drop off cliffs. Meanwhile back at the Bundy ranch the BLM will engage during the cover of darkness wearing acme rocket shoes.
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Funny thing about puppets is... patriots out number them 100:1 at the very least. Get rid of the puppets and you won't have to storm DC, you can just waltz on in.
I've had an uncomfortable feeling about how the BLM folded its tent after putting so many resources and $$$ into the effort against the Bundy's. Sure the alternative media evoked a larger than expected effort by members of the public in support of the Bundy's and I'm reasonably sure all of the Fusion Centers across the country were lit up like a Christmas tree monitoring groups responding to the situation. I am also sure the government dislikes being made to leave the situation under duress from citizen response. The results of a raid on the Bundy's ranch if what Sheriff Mack says is true would be very inflammatory, tragic and unpredictable.
Harry Reid's comment of “It’s not over. We can’t have an American people that violate the law and then just walk away from it. So it’s not over.” doe's not exactly give one a warm fuzzy feeling - sounds more like a threat.
edit on 14-4-2014 by Phoenix because: add