When I was on the radio last week, a listener from Bunkerville called in to say how angry the grazing-fee-paying residents are about the militia members flooding into the area. He said the residents were too afraid to speak up:
A growing number of Bunkerville residents want to see the armed militiamen guarding rancher Cliven Bundy leave Nevada, according to a letter from Rep. Steven Horsford, D-Nev., to Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie.
Horsford, whose congressional district includes Bunkerville, wrote that his constituents are concerned about Bundy supporters carrying weapons near local churches, schools and elsewhere.
Militia members flocked to Nevada to support Bundy in his fight with the government over his refusal to pay fees for his cattle to graze on federal land.
“I urge you to investigate these reports and to work with local leaders to ensure that their concerns are addressed in a manner that allows the community to move forward without incident,” Horsford wrote to Gillespie.
The letter also says militiamen have a presence on state and local roads as well as federal highways. In some areas, according to the letter, militiamen have set up checkpoints where drivers are stopped and asked to provide a proof of residency.
Now they're kicking the Oathkeepers (who are pretty crazy themselves) off the ranch as "traitors." Read this and you'll see just how crazy it's become for these wanna-be revolutionaries. They talk about shooting other protesters in the back.