Bunkerville Residents Express Support for Cliven Bundy at Town Hall Meeting

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    Media fails to convince Bunkerville residents Bundy is a criminal

    Adan Salazar
    Prison Planet.com
    May 2, 2014

    Residents of Bunkerville, Nevada, gathered for a town hall meeting yesterday where many expressed strong support for embattled cattle rancher Cliven Bundy and the militia groups that rallied in his defense.

    On Thursday, the Bunkerville community, along with several Bundy supporters from across the country, crammed into the Town Advisory Board Room and proceeded to condemn a host of issues regarding the BLM’s standoff, from the media’s skewed coverage of the events, to the county’s sheriff not acting to protect his citizens, to the strong arm military tactics of the Bureau of Land Management, who three weeks ago nearly engaged in an armed confrontation with supporters.

    “Tell the whole truth,” one council member said, directing his comments at the mainstream media, adding, “Don’t spin things to get your ratings.”

    “I’m really disappointed in our sheriff for not being out here to protect the citizens who are out here,” another council member said concerning Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie’s monumental inaction.

    Far from being troubled by claims that Cliven Bundy is a racist, as skewed in several mainstream articles from comments we revealed to have been taken grossly out of context, attendees were more concerned with the level of force used by the feds to coerce Bundy into paying exorbitant grazing fees.

    “The day the militia come is the day I felt safe again in Nevada,” another woman stated.

    Residents were also upset that their local police department did nothing to protect the community from the BLM’s overreach.

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