Bunkerville Protesters Staying for the Time Being

Mike Paczesny | The Rundown Live

As the US government backs down from the cattle grazing incident, protesters that attended the rally are staying for the time being.

The cattle have been returned to Bundy as well.

Federal authorities from BLM vow to continue their fight to remove the cattle from the land, calling it a temporary victory.

The retreat of the BLM agents and the release of the cattle may have been a crafted plan based on the following:

1. A military assessment of satellite and drone surveillance imagery of the “patriot resistance. Drones under the control of the U.S. military were in use, taking real-time photographic images of not just the activity at the ranch, but “identifying the protesters, any arms and any supplies they might have or be carrying. “Mission accomplished.”

2. Real-time communication intercepts between patriots on-site and their off-site support;

3. Active monitoring of internet traffic regarding the coverage of events at ranch;

4. The monitoring of real-time video from the scene.

A response by the patriot movement was anticipated, although exceeded their expectations. Although this was a real operation, they also ran this as a test case for future government operations once they saw the response.

There were also active rumors of managing the media, in some cases threatening to cut off White House access to anyone covering the event.

Despite this, the coverage by the alternative media began to create a public relations problem that was not easily managed.

Note the lack of acknowledgment by the White House regarding this event. They are intentionally framing it as a state issue, despite the fact that all federal response has been and continues to be from the White House.

There is a reason for this.

The government will take back ‘their land’ as they must to fulfill international obligations.

It was never about grazing rights or anything other than (1) “securing clear title” to the land, and (2) further demonizing any patriotic resistance.