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What Is Senator Harry Reid’s Involvement In Government Assault On Nevada Ranch?

April 18, 2014 by Wayne Allyn Root

Hello, I’m Wayne Allyn Root for Personal Liberty. I live in Las Vegas. I live and breathe Nevada politics.

Something is very wrong. Something smells rotten in the Nevada desert. And Senator Harry Reid’s fingerprints are all over it.

I am, of course, referring to the Bundy ranch siege.

This was a dispute between a Nevada ranching family with rights to the land in question for 140 years and the Bureau of Land Management.

The government claims they haven’t paid grazing fees for 20 years.

The result was a government assault on the ranch, including snipers with assault rifles, SUVs, helicopters, airplanes and more than 200 heavily armed troops.

No matter whether you come down on the side of the government or the ranch family, I think all of us can agree this was excessive force.

But forget all that. I believe the more important question is: Why is this case so important to U.S. Senate Majority Leader Reid, and what was his involvement in this controversial assault?

Let’s start with Reid’s obsession with the case. Just on Monday evening he weighed in again, promising,

“This isn’t over.”

Doesn’t it strike anyone as strange that the U.S. Senate Majority Leader is so obsessed with a small rancher who hasn’t paid grazing fees?

Does New York Senator Chuck Schumer get involved publicly when a New York company is late paying rent to the U.S. government?

Doesn’t the Senate Majority Leader have anything more important to think about? There are almost 100 million working-age Americans no longer working.

More Americans are today on entitlements than working in the private sector.

More Americans are on food stamps than the number of women working in America.

Iran is building a nuclear bomb.

Russian jet fighters are threatening American ships.

Yet Reid obsesses about a rancher late on his rent?

Something smells fishy, folks.

There are other questions raised about Reid’s involvement.

Why did this assault become the No. 1 priority of government only days after a senior political adviser to Reid took over BLM? Coincidence?

Government appeared completely uninterested in backing down for days on end… and completely unconcerned with instigating a deadly confrontation like Waco or Ruby Ridge.

Then suddenly, Reid’s involvement was brought up by conservative websites across the Internet.

Instantly, out of the blue — within hours of Reid’s name being attached to the raid — the BLM decided to back down, pack up and walk away.

Don’t you think that this timing was a tad too coincidental?

It has been pointed out by journalists intent on covering for Reid that a $5 billion Chinese solar project backed by Reid was recently shelved.

But what they forgot to mention is Reid’s involvement in multiple solar and wind projects across the Nevada desert.

Only days ago, Reid was featured in a photo at a groundbreaking ceremony for a new solar project.

Where is that project located?

Thirty-five miles from the Bundy ranch in Bunkerville, Nev.

Reid’s fingers are in virtually every solar and wind project in the Nevada desert.

Green energy is his obsession. Green energy is his baby. His vision is turning the Nevada desert into the “Green Energy Capital of America.”

Who benefits from that vision? Democratic donors who run green energy companies.

Who stands in the way of that vision?

Nevada’s ranchers, farmers and property owners — almost all of whom are diehard Tea Party conservatives and patriots, who despise Reid.

Reid and the BLM needed a “cover story” to take the land away from the ranchers.

So they claim it’s about protecting the “endangered” desert tortoise.

But if the protection of the desert tortoise was so important to the BLM, why did the same BLM kill hundreds of desert tortoises last fall?

If protecting the tortoises was so important, why has the BLM constantly waived rules protecting the desert tortoise for multiple solar and wind projects?

If cattle are a danger to tortoises, why are solar panels and wind turbines not a danger?

There’s much more to this story, folks. My educated guess is that someone in the government already has big plans lined up for the Bundy ranch.

Someone is going to make a financial killing with this forceful land grab.

Someone powerful in government wants the Bundy family off their land (after 140 years).

What’s good for the goose is good for the gander.

It was Reid who famously made a guess about Mitt Romney’s taxes.

He guessed wrong. No one seemed to mind.

So now it’s time for all of us to ask questions about Reid’s involvement in this scandal and government land grab.

It’s time for the media to investigate.

I’m only guessing, but something smells very rotten in Nevada.

I’m Wayne Allyn Root for Personal Liberty. See you next week. God bless America.

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PoliticsNation commented on Friday, Apr 18, 2014 at 21:00 PM

Thanks Jimmy-that's why I stay away.

timeontarget commented on Saturday, Apr 19, 2014 at 06:06 AM

PN, thanks I wish JM would do the same.

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