Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Feds Begin Taking Out the Trash in Oregon

by Pa Rock

They were more than a day late and a dollar short, but last night, at long last, the FBI and officers of the Oregon State Police finally began the difficult process of reclaiming a patch of our public land that has been under the control of traitors and militant terrorists for the better part of a month.

The so called "Bundy Bunch" began its long overdue tumble into the dustbin of history last night when several members of the gang were pulled over as they traveled beyond the confines of their seized sanctuary, the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge near Burns, Oregon.  Initial reports are that shots were fired, one terrorist was killed and another suffered a minor wound, and a total of six were arrested including leaders Ammon and Ryan Bundy.  It is also reported that Ryan Bundy is the individual who was wounded.

The armed group seized control of a government building on the wildlife refuge in early January and have since entertained a growing press corps with their revolutionary hijinks - things like fighting among themselves, using donations to purchase alcohol and then getting good and drunk, and providing lists of the "necessaries" that their group was in need of - things such as vanilla coffee creamer.

The rag-tag group of doofus desperadoes had hoped for public support, but a community meeting in nearby Burns failed to produce anything other than a vote by the public that they pack up and leave.  Opposition to the lawbreakers was also voiced by the local Piaute tribe, the original "owners" of the land in question.

If these criminal cretins are hellbent on occupying a government building, perhaps they should be moved to the Super Max in Colorado where Eric Robert Rudolph resides.  There they could "occupy" concrete cells and revel in their revolutionary glories until their own end of days.  Sadly, though, there probably would be no vanilla creamer.

Thank you, law enforcement, for putting your own lives on the line to rid the country of this pestilence and to reclaim our public lands for all of us - and not just the delusional few.

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