By Eric Odom
The nation’s most powerful Senator recently referred to those who supported rancher Cliven Bundy in his struggle against the BLM as “domestic terrorists.” Harry Reid has a nasty habit of slandering Americans and he didn’t hold back in doing so when it comes to those causing problems on land he has an interest in.
“Those people who hold themselves out to be patriots are not. They’re nothing more than domestic terrorists,” Mr. Reid in remarks at a luncheon, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, which sponsored the event. “… I repeat: What went on up there was domestic terrorism.”
When the Senate Majority leader says something like this, you know another round of government intimidation will soon follow. Which is exactly what’s now beginning to happen.
Via 8 News Now.
A dramatic development in the saga surrounding rancher Cliven Bundy, the FBI has entered the case.
The 8 News NOW I-Team has learned that FBI agents have started an investigation into the events surrounding a potentially deadly showdown one month ago.
It is one thing for Cliven Bundy and his supporters to square off against an assortment of Bureau of Land Management employees. It is quite another when the FBI enters the picture, and that is exactly what has happened.
The I-Team has confirmed that FBI agents have launched a formal investigation into alleged death threats, intimidation and possible weapons violations that culminated with a dangerous showdown on April 12, and the first people to be interviewed by FBI agents are Metro Police, starting with Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillispie.