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Constitutional Lawyer KrisAnne Hall Discusses Final Moments of Oregon Standoff

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The four remaining occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge have surrendered, ending the standoff on its 41st day. Rev. Franklin Graham and Assemblywoman Michele Fiore helped persuaded the four occupiers to surrender peacefully and convinced the FBI not to use aggressive force.

But why were the occupiers there in the first place? Farmers and ranchers have been battling the federal government for decades taking more and more of their land.

For more information on what caused the Oregon Standoff, click here.

In an exclusive interview with Truth In Media’s Joshua Cook, constitutional lawyer KrisAnne Hall talks about the dramatic events that led up to the final moments of the standoff and how concerned Americans can fight an overreaching federal government peacefully and successfully.


Article reposted with permission from Truth In Media, the opinions and views shared do not necessarily reflect the views of The Washington Standard.

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