Could this be the real reason Ammon Bundy asked the remaining occupiers to go home?
Members of the media are fleeing the #OregonStandoff at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge following warnings from the FBI that it is no longer safe to stay, members of the media are fleeing the #OregonStandoff at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge following warnings from the FBI that it is no longer safe to stay, suggesting a raid is imminent.
.@OPB was told by FBI that we were on our own — essentially stuff is going down and we need to move.
— John Sepulvado (@JohnLGC) January 27, 2016
“It’s time for everybody in this illegal occupation to move on. There doesn’t have to be bloodshed in our community,” Harney County sheriff David Ward told reporters.
— Lauren Martinez (@LaurenKTVZ) January 27, 2016
Lauren Martinez from Oregon’s KTVZ News Channel 21 posted two tweets, one said she was leaving because of the FBI warning while the other included video showing her pulling up to an FBI roadblock.
— Andrew Dymburt (@DymburtNews) January 27, 2016
In a series of tweets, Oregon Public Broadcasting’s John Sepulvado talked about his last interaction with one of the, as he calls them, militants:
“in the last interview i had with a militant before i left the scene, she told me that when the press left waco. everyone died.
“i asked her why she didn’t just leave with us. she said she had to stand against tyranny. i said how bad can it be, we’re having this convo.
“she told me if i didn’t get, i wouldn’t get it. i told her i hoped i saw her again, she asked for a hug, we hugged, we left. she stayed.”
Folks, if this doesn’t cause you to be alarmed, check your pulse. You remember Waco, don’t you?