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Ryan Bundy running for Govenor of the state of Nevada will be our special guest.


In 2016 Ryan would again be in the local and national news; and, again the viewers were lied to about what was really going on. The Hammond family, of Oregon, was the victim of the same greedy and abusive government that the Bundy’s were fighting off. The Bundy’s attempt to bring national attention to the plight of the Hammonds turned out, for the Bundys, to be the fight of and for their lives. The federal government was willing and determined to kill them all but they only succeeded in murdering the beloved Robert LaVoy Finnicum. To this day Ryan bears in his arm one of the bullets that were meant to kill him and others. While the story of the Bundy’s coming to help bring attention to the Hammond family’s situation has many sad twists and turns it also has many victories as well. The most important victory is that the people of The United States of America did learn about the Hammonds; and, the people cared more than the federal government ever thought they would. The people demanded a presidential pardon for the Hammonds. In July of 2018 the people’s President, Donald Trump, pardoned the Hammonds. You can watch most of what happened at “Malheur Refuge Takeover” in the video below.

If elected as Nevada Governor, Ryan will stand for you and fight for your rights if you find yourself violated by oppressive and abusive government. How do I know this? Because having been the victim AND the victor, Ryan knows how to take on bullies and beat them; and, he has already proven that he will fight for a stranger when they are in need. Ryan will defend your rights when you elect him as your next governor. For a more detailed story about the Bundy family please watch the professional video below, The Bundy Story, narrated by Ryan’s brother, Ammon Bundy.


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