The same group of domestic terrorists who pointed assault rifles at government officials, during the Cliven Bundy standoff are now vowing that they will use force to not allow Kim Davis to be arrested again.
Oath Keepers founder Steward Rhodes says that he and his militia will prevent Kim Davis from being arrested again by the authorities. This is the same group that was at the Cliven Bundy standoff last year, threatening to shoot federal officials and hide behind women if the cops started shooting at them.
Rhodes was quoted as saying the following:
As far as we’re concerned, this is not over, and this judge needs to be put on notice that his behavior is not going to be accepted and we’ll be there to stop it and intercede ourselves if we have to.
If the sheriff, who should be interceding, is not going to do his job and the governor is not going to do the governor’s job of interceding, then we’ll do it.
Source: New Civil Rights Movement
One can take this to mean that Rhodes and his militia are making terrorist threats against both the judge, and the sheriff, among any other officials or support personnel involved. Will they be hiding behind barricades and pointing assault rifles again?
According to Right Wing Watch, Rhodes is on his way to Kentucky to “help” with the Davis spectacle, and is offering up protection services to her lawyer’s group as well.
Rhodes, a graduate of Yale Law School, founded the Oath Keepers in 2009. Coincidentally, this occurred right after the election of the first black President of the United States.
Here he is speaking in a clip from the Bundy ranch stand off: