Ron Paul warns the militia members, Oathers and other far right extremists that the Feds might be back with Waco-like vengeance against the Bundys.
Ron Paul, who is no stranger to conspiracy theories and the Alex Jones school of black helicopters joined Fox News' Neil Cavuto, to warn the militia member, Oathers and other far-right extremists that the feds might be back with Waco-like vengeance against the Bundy's. Papa Paul sounds an awful lot like NV Rancher Clive Bundy in this clip.
Cavuto; Ron Paul says that this clash could, could be an early indication of things to come.
Paul: I'm hoping that it's very positive and things to come where the people stand up and object to the federal government intrusion into our lives and everything that we do and when the people do get together and stand up I think governments will be forced to back down. The other thing is governments don't give up their power very easily and they may well come back and with a lot more force like they did at Waco with the Davidians, so I don't know which way it's going, but so far so good.
Ron Paul said he likes the demonstrations, but doesn't want to see violence take place. That's great, but what does he and other right wing rabblerousers expect when they constantly stoke the fears of their most extreme right wing by validating impending doom, gun registries, FEMA concentration camps, weather weapons and a New World Order?
Ron Paul tells Fox's Neil Cavuto that his 501(c)(4) organization, Campaign for Liberty, has been fined by the IRS and is going to fight their requests to turn over their donor list. According to RT, "the group’s paperwork was absent a Schedule B form — required by the IRS from American tax-exempt nonprofit organizations that receive $5,000 or more in donations each year — that would list the names of contributors and how much they handed to an organization."