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Cliven Bundy is not a fan of walls. A hero to some in the right to justice because of his…
Cliven Bundy is not a fan of walls.
A hero to some in the right to justice because of his family armed resurrections with the US government, Nevada rancher is an avid supporter of Donald Trump. But it is a big issue where they differ.
“I really question his doctrine since he started building a wall,” Bundy, 72, told Guardian on Wednesday. “I do not like walls. I think we should be able to get in touch with neighbors … Trumps wall has never been very good to me.”
The Bundy family is being renewed this week as unexpected critics of the President’s immigrant agenda after the United States fired tear gas in immigrants, including children, at the border with Mexico. Bundymena’s objections – which were detained for almost two years and celebrated by anti-state militants – adds to the list of right votes condemning Trump for their attacks on immigrants seeking asylum.
Cliven and his sons Ammon and Ryan were famously prosecuted for their family’s long-term refusal to pay bait charges for their Nevada cattle escalating into an armed conflict with the authorities in their ranch in 2014. In 2016, the two sons continued their protests against federal ground regulation and the government’s treatment of ranchers with a takeover of an accident from Oregon Wildlife, which ended in mass arrests.
In great victories for the family and their followers, US prosecutors failed to judge Bundys in both cases and Trump later forfeited two ranchers in Oregon whose prison