Skip to comments.Cliven Bundy Decides Not to Sue Feds for Somewhat Logical Reasons [Statement from Bundy]
Posted on 05/14/2014 5:56:54 AM PDT by GIdget2004
From Bundy's statement:
We have chosen not to engage in legal action up to this point for two reasons. First, is simply because we have not felt impressed to do so. We understand that as humans we are limited to knowledge and understanding. We believe that the creator of this world possesses all knowledge and understanding.
We also know that if we seek this knowledge he will share it with us. Until recently, legal action has shown no benefit to this cause. The second, is time based, the people expected Sheriff Gillespie and Governor Sandoval to take action.
We felt it was important to give them ample time to do what is right, time enough to start investigating the crimes that were committed upon their constituents. The primary purpose of both their positions is to protect the lives & liberties of the people they serve, and be a buffer against outside threats.
It is disheartening to see them betray and run with open arms to the very entities that mock the constitution and threatened the peoples lives. Our governor and sheriff should have been our heroes, but yet they remain corrupted.
It is first and foremost the responsibility of the PEOPLE of the State of Nevada and Clark County to correct Governor Sandoval and Sheriff Gillespie, they work for us, not the federal government.
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Feel sorry for the guy. As the old saying goes, “You can’t fight city hall.”
Been there, done that. The government sits on the bench to decide if the government has done anything wrong. I’ve seen them stick together against the commoners a few times, even when the statute written states their actions would be disqualified.
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