Nevada: The first stand

As many of you know, Nevada may mark the first stand against the federal government that may spark the initial volley into a new revolution or civil war.  As militiamen and women converged on the Bundy’s ranch and surrounding area in Clark County, Nevada, we saw something that hasn’t happened in this country since the mid 1800s.  We saw armed Americans show up in force against an abusive federal government.

I, for one, was proud at the well-mannered and organized militia from across this country.  We need more people like that around.  Now, mind you, I’m not talking about those militias that think everything is a conspiracy, are racist thugs, or anti-government.  However, I like the militias around this country that believe in the restoration of the US Constitution; those men and women willing to put their lives on the line in order to maintain our sovereignty and our rights as American citizens.  I support those in the militia who understand the need for government and understand that all who work in government are not supporters of over-reaching totalitarian administrations.

During the unfolding of the abuse at the Bundy ranch, I was trying to interview someone in the area who could tell me what was actually going on.  There were so many rumors and so much news coming out of the media and social networks, there was no way to tell what was real and what was fabrication. Well, I got a taker for an interview.  She wasn’t in Nevada, but she had contacts with boots on the ground in the are. Sheryl Tumey, a member of Florida Constitutional Guard and content creator for Nevada Revolution.  Now, mind you, I had a slew of questions for her, but as I was about to call her, the news came across that the BLM and their thugs were backing off and pulling out of the operation at the ranch.  That threw a bit of a kink into my interview, but I went forward and soldiered on.  Actually, I just asked the questions that still pertained to the situation and then added a couple.

The first question I had pertained to the 4th Amendment.  After all, it’s one of the 10 most important amendments to the Bill of Rights.  I asked Sheryl the following questions and got some good answers.  All the questions and answers below are paraphrased as I spoke to her on my lunch break from my truck on the phone:

Prepper Politics: There has been quite a bit talk about warrantless searches in Clark County.  What have you heard about this?  Rumor or fact?

Sheryl Tumey: There were reports of law enforcement roughing up a protester and dropping him off out in the desert, but I haven’t received any confirmation on warrantless searches or confiscation of firearms.

PP: What are your thoughts on Governor Sandoval?

ST:He told Sheriff Gillespie to do his job and stop the BLM.  It was the militia and citizens who did the sheriff’s job for him.

PP: Militia – how many are on site and how many do you expect to make an appearance?

ST: There were up to 400 militia members in 2 different camps according to Operation Mutual Aid.  The numbers fluctuate depending on who you ask.

PP: If you had one message you could convey to my readers, what would it be?

ST: Don’t back down; never back down.  We, the people, have strength in numbers.  We can take our country back.

Now, I have a few more things to say.  We, the people, may have won a victory in Nevada, but did we really?  Dingy Harry Reid said that the ordeal isn’t over.  Mind you, that moron has a son who allegedly stands to make a fortune on this land grab.  The World News Daily website had this to say:

Harry Reid’s son, Rory Reid, was the chief representative for a Chinese energy firm planning to build a $5-billion solar plant on public land in Laughlin, Nev.

A Reuters report stated: “[Reid] and his oldest son, Rory, are both involved in an effort by a Chinese energy giant, ENN Energy Group, to build a $5 billion solar farm and panel manufacturing plant in the southern Nevada desert. Reid has been one of the project’s most prominent advocates, helping recruit the company during a 2011 trip to China and applying his political muscle on behalf of the project in Nevada. His son, a lawyer with a prominent Las Vegas firm that is representing ENN, helped it locate a 9,000-acre (3,600-hectare) desert site that it is buying well below appraised value from Clark County, where Rory Reid formerly chaired the county commission.”

And there’s an even bigger story of scandal and corruption still beneath this show of force by the BLM, orchestrated by Harry Reid.

That, if true, is very telling.  Especially since there have been reports of exploratory drilling on the land.

So, if the people won this battle, which remains to be seen, it’s only one battle in a war started by corrupt politicians long ago.  Now the people are standing up and rebelling.  The people have finally grown tired of the corruption and the lies and the stealing.  Well, now it appears the threat may have hit closer to my home.  Sources say the BLM is about to wage war against ranchers in Texas along the Red River.  What’s next, Oklahoma?

I know someone who will likely be on the river if that happens.  He’ll be watching and taking pictures and videos.

Well, according to Intellihub, the battle for Texas is about to start, if it hasn’t already at the Henderson ranch along the Texas border with Oklahoma on the Red River. See their article here.

So, I have one thing to ask all those militia men and women who went to Nevada; stand your ground and keep ready.  You know the battle isn’t over for good.

Protesters!  You stay out there too or stay ready to return.

As far as Battlefront: Texas, we need people ready to deploy there, as well.  I’ll be ready and I’m watching.  I also know several people who are.



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