Bundy and Finicum Women Speak Out

After all the men have either been killed or incarcerated, the women are emerging with a conviction to free their men and to stand with them.

Here is a video created by the Bundy women:

Solitary Confinement for Patriots: LaVoy’s Daughter Thara Shocks the Conscience

Watch this video.  LaVoy Finicum’s daughter Thara Tenney shocks the conscience with how the Patriots of Malheur are being treated in Oregon and Nevada jails. Just a few days ago, Ryan Bundy was sent back to solitary confinement.  His crime?  He was freezing and put on an extra shirt.  That was against the “rules.”

They are informed that as prisoners that have not been convicted, they have NO constitutional rights.  Where did this perverted view of the US Constitution come from?

Watch this and then let’s discuss:

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The Patriots of Malheur have not been convicted of any crime.  They have been charged with conspiracy against the U.S. government for standing on the FACT that our own government is violating its rule of law – the U.S. Constitution.

Is this America?  Or is it Communist China?

Evil men and women are positioned in all levels of government and persecuting the American Patriots that have brought to the world’s attention that something is very wrong inside the United States.

From the White House to the U.S. Senate – including those that simply ignore what is happening (such as YOUR Senator, as NONE have done anything about this crisis and ALL have abandoned these Patriots), we find evil.

One of the ring leaders of this white collar organized crime syndicate is Senator Harry Reid (watch this video) spoke to his sinister involvement in LaVoy’s murder and the Bundy brothers’ incarceration.

If this does not shock your conscience, what does?

What is happening in Oregon?  From the Governor, to the County Sheriff, right down to the jail warden, evil, elected officials and unelected bureaucrats are strategically torturing these political prisoners for standing on the U.S. Constitution and their First Amendment right to peacefully protest and to protect themselves in that process with their Second Amendment right.

No Patriot of Malheur EVER brandished or pointed or even threatened with a gun.  Agent provocateurs and other imposters may have, but THESE men and women did not.

So why is the torture of solitary confinement being inflicted on them, when no Court has found them guilty or convicted them of any crime?

Read this brief article.  Does this shock your conscience yet?

The reason for torture is to break down the prisoner’s will and to coerce them to agree to a plea bargain for a lesser charge.

But these political prisoners are NOT guilty of any felony charges!

The real law breakers are these elected officials, the unelected bureaucrats, the Court system filled with corrupt judges, and the jail wardens who do their bidding.

What has happened to the Constitutionally-protected right to peacefully assemble?  (Amendment 1)

What has happened to the Constitutionally-protected right to be part of an organized militia and to bear arms? (Amendment 2)

What has happened to the Constitutionally-protected right of unlawful searches and seizures? (Amendment 4)

What has happened to the Constitutionally-protected prohibition of excessive bail? There is NO bail here.  (Amendment 8)

What has happened to the Constitutionally-protected prohibition of cruel and unusual punishment?  Solitary confinement.  No pre-trial release. For prisoners who have NOT even been tried by a jury?  (Amendment 8)

What has happened to the Constitutionally-protected right to a speedy trial?  They’ve been in jail for nearly THREE months and arraignment and jurisdiction hearings have barely begun.

What has happened to the Constitutionally-protected jurisprudence founded in common law that presumes innocence until proven guilty by trial by jury? (Amendment 7)

These patriots have not yet had a trial.  Yet they have been unlawfully detained nearly three months and are being treated like animals.

Where is their right to due process?  The Oregon judge has just extradited the Patriots who showed up at the 2014 Bundy Ranch peaceful standoff to a Nevada jail and Court.  

How do you even speak to your attorney if you are being detained in solitary confinement? How do you get your legal defense in order?  You are denied paper and pencil if you do not “behave.”

And if you get out of solitary, and you are found with TWO pencils, you are breaking the rules and you are sent back to solitary.

And did you know that you your family – now without its income source – must pay $1 a minute (international rate)?  The government contractor that our elected officials have selected (crony capitalism or fascism) is ripping off the families of people who are suffering.

Where is their right to being treated humanely?

All of this is prohibited in the U.S. Constitution.  READ THE CONSTITUTION!

It is unconstitutional for the government to treat any citizen with cruel and unusual punishment.  If this is not, then what is?  Have you watched one too many violent movies or played too many violent video games that you are numb to this inhumanity?

I confess I had no idea what was happening in our own prisons, and I had no idea that Oregon had become a marxist tyrannical state.  This experience that began on January 2, 2016 has OPENED OUR EYES and the murder of LaVoy Finicum on January 26, 2016 has CHANGED MY VIEW.

A Tale of Two Constitutions

So why are all these patriots in jail without bond and why is this invasion of private property rights happening?

Since the US Constitution was adopted, forces to amend it to make it something it was not intended to be have been hard at work to destroy the meaning of this document.  The two sides are in a tug of war, one side being the original view and the other the living view.  The labels are “constitutional originalism” and “living constitutionalism.”

Justice Antonin Scalia was an “originalist.”  He said, “My burden is not to show that originalism is perfect, but that it beats the other alternatives, and that, believe me, is not difficult.”

WAKE UP AMERICA!  The US Constitution is DEAD.  It’s time for RESURRECTION.  Join our movement to #Stand4Truth and #LibertyRising. Sign up and donate.

Thank you!
Cherilyn Eagar

A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief


So far 2016 has been difficult. I have not had much time for fundraising, communicating with you … not to mention sleep.

In early January I was overcome with a desire to help a rancher and his friends that the media misrepresented so badly, that you were not allowed to know them as they really were and what they were doing, and as I know the spokesman, LaVoy Finicum, to be.

We need your help now – IN THE NEXT 24 HOURS. Please read on…

Family members that were able to travel the distance visited him at the refuge. They knew in their hearts they may have said their last goodbye to their father, husband and brother.

He had told them ever since the events at the Bundy Ranch in 2014 that liberty was more valuable than life, and he was willing to die for it, if necessary.

They prayed together one last time and said their goodbyes.

It was not long after that he was murdered in an ambush on a lonely highway, left alone to die in the snow.

The slow motion video shows, after several shots had been fired at him, that he had both hands up when they gunned him down.

For what?

He was standing on his belief that the U.S. Constitution, an inspired document, was in tatters, and he needed to do something to wake people up.

Throughout ancient Biblical and contemporary history, acts of civil disobedience have indeed changed the course of history. They are always controversial and met with much criticism.

We now know that those were shots heard around the world. Over two months later, we also know they have awakened many and they are changing the course of history.

Ammon Bundy

Ammon Bundy

Yes it was controversial, as those events typically are. Others were arrested and sent to jail, given sentences so cruel and unusual as to put them into solitary confinement, throw food to them on the dirty floor, and for those who belong to a religion that has defended marriage between a man and a woman, they clothed them in pink. They are charged with multiple felonies so egregious as “conspiracy” that threaten to condemn them to prison for life and beyond the years they even have remaining on this earth. They are apparently worse than a rapist.

Yes, they were exercising their First and Second Amendment rights to free speech and to carry a gun for protection. But they were not the violent ones at the refuge. In fact, they never brandished a gun at a soul. It was a non-violent protest.

They were standing in solidarity for their rancher friends, Dwight (73) and Steven Hammond (46), a father and son serving a second term in prison (double jeopardy – illegal) for “arson” and with former charges of “domestic terrorism.”

A sheriff that was criticized for speaking out too strongly about the “federal government over reach” and that is the sheriff of a county the police report called a “U.N. Free Zone” and the reason they could not stage the ambush there, is now under a criminal investigation by the Department of Justice for his views and actions to help the protestors to arrange a meeting in his county. (I have posted all the documentation on the Liberty LIneup Facebook page.)

Meanwhile, the vulnerable – their wives and children – have been left behind intentionally to break the will of the leaders of a movement that has risen out of years of unsuccessful appeals for redress. An over-reaching central government considers this a great enough threat that the this same tyrant – the federal government – is demanding these people pay the price.

While at the refuge, these good men – faithful to their wives and children – were called “domestic terrorists” – “anti-government militants” and “leaders of the militia” and under the regulations and definitions of the Department of Homeland Security and its “domestic terrorist list” they are “guilty as charged.” (Documentation on the Facebook page.)

LaVoy Finicum was never the leader of a militia, even though militias are protected under the Second Amendment. He was a rancher and a leader of ranchers who have suffered enormous regulations that make ranching a dying industry in the U.S. This is about our food supply and our liberty to access our land and own it and work it.

Their families and friends continue to mourn for the enormous losses. Children cry out for their daddies. Their wives are left behind to courageously lead. These are strong women and they are not allowing this to get them down. Their children are being taught the courage of their parents.

Some citizens are confused by the media coverage. Others are deceived. A few know the truth. Overall, many have preferred to sideline quarterback, condemn, and shun.

Regardless what you believe – whether these are saints or sinners – one man showed absolute Christlike love. He traveled to the ranch recently to return the Bible that belonged to LaVoy Finicum, who many loved and followed for the principles he lived and taught.

His name was Reverend Franklin Graham. I will share more about this amazing story later. But for now, as I said, I need your help.

I need to get to Portland, Oregon in a couple of days to visit Ammon and Ryan Bundy in jail, deliver them some U.S. Constitutions, to meet with the media there and to get eyewitness testimony and show our love and our support at their Court hearing on Wednesday, April 6, 2016. All 22 from the Malheur Refuge will be there.

The Judge will decide whether they will stay in the Portland, Oregon jail or whether they will be transported to Las Vegas and then back to Oregon. They have appealed to stay in Oregon. I don’t have time to go into details, but please, please, please… we need your help right now.

First, your prayers and fasting are needed.

Whatever you can contribute will be so appreciated. I estimate it will cost around $800 round trip. A $35. $50. $100, $250, $500, or full amount is greatly appreciated in the next 24 hours. Simply click on the donate tab at the top right, or click here.

Letters and notes to the prisoners are helping the prisoners through this horrible experience they are willing to endure – for our Liberty.

Do not sit by and let the sacrifice of one man and the rest in jail to be doing so in vain! Here’s the current list.

A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief
At LaVoy’s funeral, we sang one of his favorite hymns. I became so choked up I could not go on when we began to sing Verse 5.

But now it’s Verse 6 that motivates me.

The message from our Judeo-Christian heritage is clear: “Inasmuch as ye have done it unto the least of these, my brethren, ye have done it unto me.” Matt. 25:40

I hope you have a blessed Sunday and that this beautiful arrangement of the hymn A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief will uplift and inspire you.

Complete Lyrics
1. A poor, wayfaring Man of grief
Hath often crossed me on my way,
Who sued so humbly for relief
That I could never answer nay.
I had not pow’r to ask his name,
Whereto he went, or whence he came;
Yet there was something in his eye
That won my love; I knew not why.

2. Once, when my scanty meal was spread,
He entered; not a word he spake,
Just perishing for want of bread.
I gave him all; he blessed it, brake,
And ate, but gave me part again.
Mine was an angel’s portion then,
For while I fed with eager haste,
The crust was manna to my taste.

3. I spied him where a fountain burst
Clear from the rock; his strength was gone.
The heedless water mocked his thirst;
He heard it, saw it hurrying on.
I ran and raised the suff’rer up;
Thrice from the stream he drained my cup,
Dipped and returned it running o’er;
I drank and never thirsted more.

4. ‘Twas night; the floods were out; it blew
A winter hurricane aloof.
I heard his voice abroad and flew
To bid him welcome to my roof.
I warmed and clothed and cheered my guest
And laid him on my couch to rest,
Then made the earth my bed and seemed
In Eden’s garden while I dreamed.

5. Stript, wounded, beaten nigh to death,
I found him by the highway side.
I roused his pulse, brought back his breath,
Revived his spirit, and supplied
Wine, oil, refreshment–he was healed.
I had myself a wound concealed,
But from that hour forgot the smart,
And peace bound up my broken heart.

6. In pris’n I saw him next, condemned
To meet a traitor’s doom at morn.
The tide of lying tongues I stemmed,
And honored him ‘mid shame and scorn.
My friendship’s utmost zeal to try,
He asked if I for him would die.
The flesh was weak; my blood ran chill,
But my free spirit cried, “I will!”

7. Then in a moment to my view
The stranger started from disguise.
The tokens in his hands I knew;
The Savior stood before mine eyes.
He spake, and my poor name he named,
“Of me thou hast not been ashamed.
These deeds shall thy memorial be;
Fear not, thou didst them unto me.”

Text: James Montgomery, 1771-1854
Music: George Coles, 1792-1858, alt.