Where Does Cliven Bundy STAND Today?
Today is the four-year anniversary of the protest in Bunkerville, Nevada, widely known worldwide as “The Standoff.”
Recently, I spent the day with Cliven and Carol Bundy at their ranch. I had scheduled some time to come to the ranch attend a celebration of the dismissal of charges but those celebratory plans were quickly dashed as those who languish in lock-up were again brought to the forefront in the hearts of The Bundy’s.
“I am not sure what we can do for ‘em,” says Cliven, as we bump down the desert ranch road in the April heat. “Engel and Burleson might have some chance," referring to the post-conviction relief filings both men have in the motion. “But the ones who’d plead guilty I just don’t know what we can do,” shaking his head.
Dan Love Now a Whistle Blower?
Why won’t Cliven Bundy leave the Federal Lock-Up?
As the trial continues, I sit in the courtroom’s gallery. I can’t help but notice that the only press representatives there to cover the trial are from the progressive-leaning mainstream media (MSM) and environmental specialty websites. Save one: a local Fox reporter, who admitted to having never been in a courtroom before.
Why are the progressive media investing their financial resources in following this story? What are they desperately trying to prevent – or – achieve? Why is the progressive-leaning MSM the predominant news source? I pondered these questions to myself.
Cliven Bundy Breaks Two-Year Silence In New Book
n “Cliven Bundy: American Terrorist Patriot”, author Michael L. Stickler goes behind the razor wires of a federal detention center to get Bundy’s real story.
Most people know Cliven Bundy as the rancher who stood up to over 200 federal agents who sought to take his land. Now, almost two years after his arrest, Bundy is telling his story to author, Mike Stickler in Cliven Bundy: American Terrorist Patriot.