Trump Could Put An End to Hillary Once and for All
Mar 9, 2016 by Dave Hodges
Suffice it to say, that the bulk of the Patriot community stands in steadfast support of the Constitution, particularly, the Bill of Rights. Patriots expect the government to serve people over corporations and hold government officials accountable when they are guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors. It is quite apparent that Cruz, Rubio and Kasich have failed miserably in this regard as all three candidates, in one way or another, are responsible for the mess that the country presently finds itself in.
Clinton is the harbinger for all that is wrong with American politics. Sanders only appeals to Americans who want something for nothing and view government as their own personal third parent. By process of elimination, it is easy to see why Donald Trump should be, and would be, the people’s choice. However, this doesn’t answer the question, is Donald Trump truly an ally of the strong, conservative base in this country, known as the Patriot community?
Trump On a Critical Patriot Issue
Hillary Clinton is the most dangerous person in America. She is vulnerable. Trump could take her down, today, if he chose to do so. We don’t need Benghazi or the email scandal to do so. We only need to expose her relationship with criminal BLM. Trump has taken us half way there. Will he finish the job?
One of my readers recently sent me a published account of a story run by the Reno Gazette-Journal, which was published right before last month’s Nevada Republican Primary. The story was a collection of statements containing criticisms of the BLM and their heavy-handed ways when it comes to interacting with local ranchers and farmers. The statements were issued by none other than Donald Trump.
In the article, Trump made the point that the BLM’s steadfast resistance to releasing land, in combination with Trump’s hot-button issue, namely the failure to enforce immigration laws, is “damaging the economy, lowering the standard of living and inhibiting natural economic growth.”
As I perused what Trump wrote, I was hopeful that he would condemn Hillary Clinton for her illegal complicity involving the BLM, which amounted to treason against the American people. I had hoped that I would read that Trump would bemoan the needless and avoidable execution of an unarmed Lavoy Finicum for daring to challenge the BLM’s terrorist tactics against the lifeblood of the country, the farmers and the ranchers.
Unfortunately, Trump did not address any of these critical issues, but this is what Trump did have to say about the BLM:
“The BLM controls over 85 percent of the land in Nevada. In the rural areas, those who for decades have had access to public lands for ranching, mining, logging and energy development are forced to deal with arbitrary and capricious rules that are influenced by special interests that profit from the D.C. rule-making and who fill the campaign coffers of Washington politicians. Honest, hardworking citizens who seek freedom and economic independence must beg for deference from a federal government that is more intent on power and control than it is in serving the citizens of the nation.” In and around Clark County, the situation is even worse,” as Trump referred to the now infamous Bundy Ranch standoff in Bunkerville, Nevada. Trump did raise one salient point in the article when he stated that “Because the BLM is so reluctant to release land to local disposition in Nevada, the cost of land has skyrocketed and the cost of living has become an impediment to growth.”
At least Trump covered the fraud issue involving the BLM and their pandering to special interests. However, he did not go far enough and Trump failed to make this issue of the young campaign, the issue that it should become.
Mr. Trump, please allow me to show you how woefully short you came up in describing the BLM as a rogue, terrorist and organized crime organization.
BLM Is an Accomplice to Murder
If readers have not seen the enhanced copies of the video involving the execution of Lavoy Finicum, by the FBI at the behest of the BLM and it’s organized crime practices, please click here and be prepared to be outraged beyond belief.
All Presidential candidates should be promising a complete investigation when they are elected. This is the case of an American being executed for defending his Fifth Amendment property rights.
Clinton, Uranium One and the BLM Are Accomplices In Treason and Murder
After each successive primary victory, Trump says that “Hillary Clinton will be easy to defeat in November”. And that “she may not be allowed to run”. Mr. Trump needs to stop dancing and speaking in generalities and tell the awakening public WHY she won’t be allowed to run.
Clinton is a criminal in the highest degree. Many know about the emails. However, many do not know Clinton and her abject and undeniable treason when it comes to the BLM, Uranium One and treason against the people of the United States.
Clinton Is Selling Uranium From Bundy and Hammond Ranches to Russians to Fund Presidential Campaign. The undeniable documentation, beginning with the establishment’s own New York Times, is overwhelming to this end.
Donald Trump could do America the favor of exposing this fraud and Clinton’s ultimate connections to treason by fermenting the transfer of nuclear materials to our enemies, the Russians. And for what purpose? In order to secure cash for her 2016 campaign. And as long as Attorney Loretta Lynch is in place, Clinton will never be prosecuted. If Mr. Trump is intent on telling it like it is, these BLM related issues are a perfect gateway to “Making America Great Again” by cleansing our souls through the lens of self-recrimination. Please Mr. Trump, put Hillary out of her misery.
Congratulations to Mr. Trump for his resounding victories in Mississippi and Michigan last night in the Republican Primary. However, it is time that Mr. Trump took his justifiable outrage against the criminal establishment and use it to better educate the American people about what they should be fighting for.
Thank you Mr. Trump for identifying the BLM as the criminal organization that they are. However, you are missing an opportunity to knock Clinton out of the race and put her in prison where she belongs. Mr. Trump, if you want to win November, this is your golden opportunity.
‘Set up assassination’ alleged in FBI kill shots
‘How are We The People to trust them the next time we interact with them?’
March 9, 2016 by Bob Unruh
The family of Robert LaVoy Finicum, 55, who was killed by police in connection with a protest occupation of federal property in Oregon, have lashed out at the government’s official justification for his death, charging it was a “set up assassination.”
Critics point out police investigators in Bend, Oregon, said one FBI agent was suspected of lying about the shooting. And Finicum’s supporters suspect four other agents may have helped cover up misbehavior.
“They shot my husband, they left him lying in the snowbank – no medical assistance, no charges, no arraignment, no preliminary hearing, no indictment, and no trial by a jury – and should they just walk free? It just is not right,” Jeanette Finicum said in a statement released only hours after the FBI and Oregon state police presented their arguments.
“The consolation I have is that hundreds of thousands of Americans have seen and know the truth and believe as I do that my husband was murdered ‘intentionally, deliberately and with malice,’” she said. “My lawyer has assured me that we will seek justice in a different court, under different circumstances – and I look forward to the day when these men do face a jury that is unbiased enough to return a fair verdict.”
Finicum was killed Jan. 26 during the 41-day occupation of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon by ranchers and supporters protesting what they described as overreaching prosecution of two ranchers over a wildfire.
Oregon State Police and the FBI set up a roadblock at which Finicum and Ryan Bundy were shot.
The sheriff’s office released a video that showed both the view from a helicopter and from inside the car Finicum was driving.
See video of the shooting [Viewer discretion advised due to harsh language and long-distance images of shooting]:
A number of people have been kept in solitary confinement since their arrests for the standoff on charges ranging from impeding officers to intimidation and threats.
When stopped, Finicum shouted at officers: “I’m going to go meet the sheriff. Do as you damn well please.”
At one point he said: “Do you want blood on your hands? Get it done, because we got people to see and places to go.”
Video shows him getting out his vehicle and taking a few steps. He apparently raises his hands before multiple shots are fired.
“The occupation of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge has been a long and traumatic episode for the citizens of Harney County and the members of the Burns Paiute tribe,” Billy Williams, U.S. attorney for the district of Oregon, said in a statement released at the time the arrests were made. “It is a time for healing, reconciliation among neighbors and friends, and allowing for life to get back to normal.”
But on Tuesday, law enforcement investigators in Bend held a news conference to say Finicum was shot three times in the back and killed when one bullet pierced his heart. An investigation was focusing on the five FBI agents, whose names were kept concealed. U.S. Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz was leading the inquiry.
A prosecutor ruled Finicum’s shooting was justified because state law allows use of deadly force when officers believe a person is about to seriously injury or kill someone.
But the video raised a long list of questions, including why there were additional flurries of shots even minutes after Finicum was shot and killed.
Also, exactly what prompted the officers to let loose a barrage of shots that left, according to a private autopsy, nine bullet wounds.
The Bend investigators said one FBI agent, part of the Hostage Rescue Team, didn’t report two shots he fired, and four colleagues were under investigation for conduct relating to events after the shooting.
Jeanette Finicum, while promising a more complete statement after reviewing authorities’ claims, was unconvinced by the official statements.
“The purpose of that announcement was for state and federal agencies to continue to lay the foundation of their legal case,” she said in the prepared document. “However, they also continue to bring forward selective evidence. As in all such situations there is another side to this story.”
She continued: “This was not a traffic stop. It was an ambush with a roadblock placed on a blind curve along a lonely stretch of highway. I am told that in law enforcement and prosecuting circles this is called a ‘Deadman’s blockade,’ and is designed to allow a ‘kill stop’ which is illegal.”
She also rejected claims her husband was “reaching for a gun.”
“The FBI’s aerial video was of poor quality, edited and provided no audio. Our family asserts that he was shot with both hands up, he was not reaching for anything at the time of the first shot. He was walking with his hands in the air, a symbol of surrender. When he reached down to his left hip he was reacting to the pain of having been shot,” she said.
“We have talked with an independent investigator who has stated that the ‘video proves a set up assassination.'”
Joseph Rice, the Josephine County, Oregon, coordinator for the volunteer Oathkeepers.com organization and a leader with the Pacific Patriot Network, told WND many questions remain unanswered.
“How are ‘We the People’ to trust them the next time we interact with them?” he told WND.
“You’ve got agents willfully covering up the facts. That seems to claw at the integrity on the federal side of the investigation,” he said, calling for an independent review.
He explained that during the standoff he had spoken with both sides about how to resolve the disagreement and prevent a Waco or Ruby Ridge, two federal law-enforcement disasters that resulted in multiple deaths.
Rice pointed out that at least one of the individuals in the vehicle at the time of the shooting never was interviewed by investigators, who on Tuesday released details of their investigation.
He said the explanations fall short. Authorities, Rice said, claimed Finicum was shot three times in the back, yet he fell backward into the snow.
And he confirmed the family’s autopsy concluded Finicum was shot nine times.
Why, too, Rice asked, didn’t authorities simply arrange to arrest Finicum when he was meeting with the sheriff, whom he was going to see at the time?
“The FBI has a very structured escalation of force scale,” he explained. “I don’t see how any of the law enforcement followed it. … To employ that amount of lethality, I believe, is unwarranted, especially as he’s approaching the road block.”
He said an analysis of the video also shows snow “flicking up” around Finicum after he was shot and on the ground.
The Washington Post reported the Deschutes County sheriff’s office claimed the Oregon state troopers were justified in firing their six shots.
But Greg Bretzing of the FBI said the question of who, other than state troopers, fired shots “has not been resolved.”
“I’m demanding an investigation,” he said. “I’m demanding the attorney general send a task force into Oregon.”
And if the feds won’t, the United Nations ought to look into it, Savage said.
Finicum had served as a spokesman for the protesters occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Burns. The occupation was centered on a dispute with federal officials over land rights, sparked by what many saw as the unfair imposition of a five-year, U.S. Justice Department-pressed prison sentence for a local father and son, Dwight Hammond, 73, and Steven Hammond, 46.
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