Skip to comments.PHILLIPS: What did Harry Reid know and when did he know it? (Bundy Ranch)
Posted on 04/16/2014 2:47:03 AM PDT by Libloather
The current head of the Bureau of Land Management is Neil Kornze, who was hand-picked by Harry Reid. Until 2011, Kornze was on Harry Reids Senate staff.
All of this raises a fascinating, if circumstantial, case. It is a case that merits investigation.
There are many questions that need to be asked. Such as, who ordered the initial raid? Why did Clark County sell land to ENN at far below its fair value? Who ordered the BLM show of force? Why did the BLM impose a no-fly zone over the Bundy Ranch so the media could not get video or photographs of what was going on?
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Where else would they be?
Very convincing argument
Bundy Ranch - What You’re Not Being Told
Why does Ried get to handpick a head of the BLM?
Both Harry and his son look dirty here. Justice Dept needs to dig into this one hard
All answers will be found here. 4.5 million for land appraised at 35 million...
Selling at an 85% discount means there is plenty of under the table dollars for Reid.
You can't be serious.
What makes you thing the corrupt Holder will investigate this with the possible exception of investigating Mr. Bundy and nothing else?
Holder’s not going to prosecute anything about Harry Reid. Holder has “wide discretion” to choose which laws to enforce... remember? /shaking head....
They’ll get right on it when they finish prosecuting those responsible for Fast and Furious.
This Reid/BLM/Bundy crisis is the direct result of the 17th Amendment.
Elections cannot fix what ails America.
I have to apologize for my post. Assuming that Holder will act responsibly is just terribly naive
Many of the same questions were never asked to Lois Lerner?
Are the bloggers cowed by the IRS?
The diggers at DOJ use tea spoons
They are pretty much worthless
They need to be gone
Power and Progressives;
A disgusting, obnoxious, odious, reeking mix.
What’s worst of all is that a hardcore fourty per-cent of the electorate likes the smell.
April 16, 2014 4:00 AM
The Rule of the Lawless
Armed federal agents defend turtle habitat but fail to secure our national borders.
By Kevin D. Williamson
Deserts always feel like my natural habitat, and I am very fond of them. That being said, I have, for my sins, spent a fair amount of time in Clark County, Nev., and it is not the loveliest stretch of desert in these United States, or even in the top twelve. Protecting the pristine beauty of the sun-baked and dust-caked outskirts of Las Vegas and its charismatic fauna from grazing cattle which the Bureau of Land Management seems to regard as an Old Testament plague seems to me to be something less than a critical national priority.
At the same time, the federal governments fundamental responsibility, which is defending the physical security of the country, is handled with remarkable nonchalance: Millions upon millions upon millions of people have crossed our borders illegally and continue to reside within them. Cliven Bundys cattle are treated as trespassers, and federal agents have been dispatched to rectify that trespass; at the same time, millions of illegal aliens present within our borders are treated as an inevitability that must be accommodated. In practice, our national borders are a joke, but the borders of that arid haven upon which ambles the merry Mojave desert tortoise are sacrosanct.
Strangely, many of the same people who insist that Mr. Bundy must be made an example of for the sake of the rule of law protest at the same time that it is not only impossible but positively undesirable for the federal government to deploy federal resources to rectify the federal crime of jumping the federal border.
Shame on you for cracking a joke on a serious thread like this :)
“Both Harry and his son look dirty here. Justice Dept needs to dig into this one hard”
I hate to tell you this but the DOJ was investigating Dingy until Holder called it off a couple three weeks ago. I guess they were getting too close.