[Video] Harry Reid Labels Bundy Ranch Supporters “Domestic Terrorists”

April 18 2014
by GSL Staff
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Harry Reid, in a recent interview, has labeled the people who showed up to support the Bundy family in Nevada to be “domestic terrorists” and calls the actions of the protestors “domestic terrorism”.

At no point during the Bundy protests did things get violent. People, yes they were legally armed people, assembled freely and used their First Amendment right to protest. Here are some of Reid’s comments [emphasis mine].

“They had sniper rifles on the freeway,” Reid says. “They had assault weapons. They had automatic weapons.”

“And as one of the former sheriff’s [something] said, ‘and we had children and women lined up because if anyone got hurt we want to make sure they got hurt first, because we want the federal government to kill women and children.’ These people who hold themselves out to be patriots are not. They are domestic terrorists.”

First off, it seems Harry Reid’s definition of a domestic terrorist is someone who exercises their Second Amendment right while exercising their First Amendment right. Second, I didn’t see any fully automatic weapons in any of the video/photos I saw from the scene. Also, the term “assault weapon” isn’t a thing in Nevada. Unfortunately, some states have made “assault weapon” a legal term, but Nevada isn’t one of them.

There are, of course, still some questions surrounding Harry Reid and his family and their possible involvement in all of this. I’m not one to buy into random conspiracy theories, but there are a lot of Reid connections at play that should at minimum be looked into.

It looks like even the mainstream media (granted it’s Fox News) is starting to take note of all of the connections Harry Reid has to this thing. Like I said, I’m not saying something is going on here, but it certainly deserves a look.

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