Undercover Agent Purposefully Raised Alert of Threat of Bundy Ranch Attack
This is not the first time we’ve heard this kind of infiltration inside the Bundy Ranch.
The first time came from OathKeepers head Stewart Rhodes who said there was an imminent drone strike on Bundy Ranch even though there was no evidence of such an attack.
Incidentally, while many at Bundy Ranch who were armed and those who just reported what was taking place, like Pete Santilli, are in jail facing life in prison, Rhodes remains free and even has attacked those who stood at Bundy Ranch Rhodes has also been outed by anonymous sources as the one who claimed there was an imminent drone strike on Bundy Ranch. Makes you sort of wonder whose side he is actually on… seeing as he was not found to be in a conspiracy or have any weapons charges against him.
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Rhodes will probably be angry at me for this post, after the only time I spoke to him through his profanity-laced insults via phone. So be it!
It’s ok, last time I heard from Stewart Rhodes it was for calling him out on his obvious hypocrisy of what he promotes and his stand down on the issue of the Pima County Sheriff’s Office, which has employed his family members, gunning down American veteran Jose Guerena on bogus drug charges in the middle of the day and leaving him to bleed out.
Now, Guerilla Media Network’s Deb Jordan presents an undercover agent who purposefully raised the threat of an impending attack during the Bundy Ranch siege in 2014 with Cliven Bundy’s daughter, Bailey.
During the first trial in Las Vegas, Nevada against Bundy Ranch protestors caught up in a surprising show of force by Federal Law Enforcement, the FBI admitted on the stand that 1,000 FBI and other Federal officers were assigned to surveil the Bundy family and their closest followers on social media. One of those agents was Robyn Kirkham, a Bureau of Land Management Agent who under the direction of former BLM (SAC) Daniel P. Love, began her surveillance sometime in January of 2014. Dan Love was recently fired from his position of Special Law Enforcement with the Bureau Of Land Management for misconduct and various other criminal acts, including directing evidence custodians to procure him choice ancient artifacts collected during raids on collectors so he could give them to friends, which included agents in the FBI.
BLM Agent Robyn Kirkham, known as “Alex Branson on FaceBook”, contacted Bailey Bundy Logue in March of 2014 on Facebook. Bailey, who is the daughter of Cliven Bundy, says that in those messages Agent Kirkham tells her she is involved in a group of “like minded” people in Cedar City, Utah, and would like to help the Bundy family with protests they may be planning against the Bureau of Land Management’s upcoming cattle impoundment. She then ask if there are any plans coming up to protest —
The messages take on a more ominous feel after Kirkham tells Bailey Bundy that she is good friends with someone inside the Las Vegas Metro Police Department who is sympathetic to the Bundy cause. She routinely alerts Cliven’s daughter that intel from inside Metro PD says, “lots of cops” are coming down there and the BLM is starting to get “VERY” busy. At one point Kirkham tells her that the inside person is now advising her that the BLM had an MRAP delivered to the compound, and drops the definition of what MRAP means;
Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP; /ˈɛmræp/EM-rap) is a term for United States militaryvehicles produced as part of the MRAP program that are designed specifically to withstand improvised explosive device (IED) attacks and ambushes.
Bailey Bundy says that she had no reason to suspect Alex Branson was not legitimate because many locals were keeping an eye on the situation for them, giving them promises of support, and information. “Looking at those messages now makes me angry to think Alex Branson was setting us up from the beginning to believe we were in danger just so she could see how we would react and find out what we would do next” says Bailey . She goes on to say;
I wasn’t afraid because I didn’t know I should be afraid at the time if that makes any sense, I just thought she was trying to help; but it did make me sick to re-read these messages knowing now what she was trying to do. To purposefully make us think we needed protection caused so many problems that never needed to happen.
The Bureau of Land Management’s impound operation was so terribly handled it has many people asking; When will a complete investigation on Daniel P. Love’s actions at Bundy Ranch be investigated?
In the meanwhile, be careful who you’re talking to on FaceBook —- You just never know.
Bailey Bundy provided the evidence in text message she received from Alex Branson (in no particular order).