Reid attracted controversy earlier this week when he promised that the BLM’s fight with Bundy was “not over”. The Nevada Senator was hit with accusations of cronyism after his former staffer Neil Kornze was confirmed as the new BLM director earlier this month.
Reid is obviously angry after his complicity in the siege against the Bundy family was exposed and became a viral story. Although many news outlets claimed this issue was “debunked,” Reid’s involvement in a solar farm just 35 miles from Bundy’s ranch is documented. Archived files which were deleted from the BLM’s own website confirm that confiscating Bundy’s cattle was necessary in order to clear the way for lucrative solar deals with transnational corporations.
Meanwhile, the BLM has admitted slaughtering two prize bulls belonging to Cliven Bundy during their round up of his cattle. The BLM claims the bulls “posed a safety hazard” but refused to elaborate. Bundy supporters have pointed to photographs which appear to show one of the bulls having suffered a gunshot wound.infowars.com/harry-reid-calls-cliven-bundy-supporters-domestic-terrorists/
So far the public only knows that he owes back fees of over a l million, has tried to pay them to the state who apparently was given the rights to the land in 1998 but has not been allowed to pay these fees.
I am sure supporters of Bundy could easily raise 1 million dollars but would that do the make a difference?
They killed his 2 of his prize bulls. Will they pay him back? If the government killed a prized race horse, that would be worth millions? (The highest price paid at auction for a Thoroughbred was set in 2006 at $16,000,000 for a two-year-old colt named The Green Monkey, who was a descendant of Northern Dancer. wikipedia)
Are these domestic terrorists as Senator Reid suggest or disgruntled citizens?