Militia, Nevada ranchers take a stand in US – versus 13 armed vehicles and 30 armed BLM officers

Cliven Bundy is the last of 53 Nevada rangers who have been regulated out of their land by the US Bureau of Land Management (BLM).


BLM has now issued its staff with tazers and guns and is trying to stop blockades of its vehicles by US Constitutional defenders.

BLM is believed to have hired private military force (Xe) to help hired cowboys round up Cliven Bundy’s cattle that have allegedly strayed on to land being “protected” for a “rare and endangered” land turtle.

The BLM claims to be protecting has it’s own herd of turtles in a compound and is going to kill thousands of them.

In reality they want the ranchers land for mining of rare earth minerals for military use.


A Delegation of state legislators, lead by Washington State Representative Matt Shea, along with a delegation of current serving Sheriffs, lead by Sheriff Richard Mack of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, and military and police members of Oath Keepers, are converging on the site of a stand-off between federal law enforcement and Nevada Rancher Cliven Bundy, to prevent bloodshed and to stand in defense of hardworking rural Americans who are under assault by a runaway federal government.