Skip to comments.Special Forces Members Among BLM Agents at the Bundy Ranch
Posted on 04/21/2014 7:19:52 PM PDT by hope
Sgt Daniel Love, U.S. Army Airborne Green Beret, was among the BLM agents in the Bundy Ranch Confrontation. In 2010, he was with the 7th Special Forces Group. Sgt Love, part of Special Operations Detachment A (ODA), served in Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan. Several Special Forces Members were among the BLM agents during the standoff, according to information received by USMC. They were likely sent by President Obama. Why do we think that? Lets look at it. An A-Team Daniel Love is part of an A-Team. ODA teams have 12 members. They are self-sustaining and autonomous, which means that they take orders directly from the White House. They are experts at insertion, and can survive in the middle of nowhere for extended periods of time. Lets ask the question: why were they part of the action against the Bundy Ranch? Generally, Special Forces teams are deployed in other nations, not in the United States. But apparently, the White House felt the need to deploy extreme soldiers against a patriotic family in Nevada. Orders before oath
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No surprises here.
Does this violate posse comitatus?
It sure does seem like it. Somebody needs to be going to jail.
Is the pope from South America somewhere?
Is Love still active duty? That is the question.
Having a hard time buying that the blm gear kwear sans shaving razor is a special forces chap...
Active Duty ping.
This whole ordeal makes me sick to my stomache. You just know obummer at the behest of his court jester, Dingy Harry called for preezy’s favor.
don’t expect the govt soldiers to protect the citzenry...they’ll follow their paychecks and their pensions.....same with any govt worker...
“dont expect the govt soldiers to protect the citzenry...theyll follow their paychecks and their pensions.....same with any govt worker...”
The great unknown....is there anything they won’t do to Americans to preserve “their” stuff?
That is true. The only thing we can do is tell our brethren in .mil to be aware.
A single violation of Posse Comitatus is either a prison term of 2 years or a fine, or both, I believe.
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