In the aftermath of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge demonstration and the cold blooded murder of rancher of LaVoy Finicum by federal agents, the movement against the unconstitutional Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service is growing, particularly in Western states.
Longtime rancher Stanton Gleave is at the center of a conflict that includes the County Sheriff on one side and the BLM and U.S. Forest Service on the other.
Stanton’s nephew, Sheriff Marty Gleave, wore his cowboy hat and held up a pocket edition of the U.S. Constitution as he spoke with the Rural Caucus of the Utah State legislature on Feb. 12.
“These federal people have no right to be here if you follow the Constitution,” Gleave said.
“We’re not taking no more cuts on the Mountain. I’ll deputize every man, woman and child in the county to stop what’s going on,” Sheriff Gleave said.
Friends, this is what is needed, constitutional sheriffs. Furthermore, presidential candidates don’t just need to be held to the status quo. They need to be asked if they will seek the dismantling of the unconstitutional agencies like the BLM, the Forest Service, the ATF, the DEA, the Department of Education and Homeland Security. The heads of these organizations don’t answer to the people. They are appointed bureaucrats who infringe on the rights of the people and violate the US Constitution.
Until we are ready to eliminate and decentralize the Beast, we don’t need to complain about it. The Beast has shed its chains and has showed us its true form. The People must either restrain it, which is unlikely, or kill it. There is no other solution.