Members of Madison Rising with Bailey Bundy Logue.


Despite the fact that Senator Harry Reid has called these Patriots “domestic terrorists”, the militia members and Oath Keepers there to support Cliven Bundy have peacefully assembled in Bunkerville, Nevada for more than a week to protect the rancher from armed federal land grabbers. Although the BLM has allegedly backed off citing “safety concerns,” the surly Senator Reid (who has incidentally been busted with his hand in the $5 million solar power cookie jar) commented, “Well, it’s not over. We can’t have an American people that violate the law and then just walk away from it. So it’s not over.”

Because of statements like Reid’s, a request was made by Oath Keeper’s founder Stewart Rhodes for reinforcements.

Interestingly, shortly after the request for support was made, the Oath Keepers website suffered a mysterious malfunction. Members of the alternative media quickly picked up the reins and made certain that the request was publicized.

In response, Oath Keepers from as far away as Alaska are answering the call put out by founder Stewart Rhodes.

Below is the latest audio update from Stewart in Bunkerville, Nevada.


Video via Northwest Liberty News

Today the Bundys are hosting a Patriot Party celebration for their supporters.


Editor’s Update: Kim’s article originally appeared yesterday on The Daily Sheeple. A number of updates were posted yesterday on the Bundy Ranch Facebook page and it seems the turnout for the party was strong. The Bundy Ranch page, which is run by Bailey Bundy Logue, Cliven’s daughter, claimed that roughly 1000 people showed up for the festivities which included a very special surprise guest. Madison Rising was there. -Dean Garrison, Editor

Members of Madison Rising with Bailey Bundy Logue.
Members of Madison Rising with Bailey Bundy Logue. Please notice Bailey’s name tag: “Hello. My name is domestic terrorist.”


Kimberly Paxton, a staff writer for The Daily Sheeple, is based out of upstate New York. You can follow Kimberly on Facebook and Twitter.