Harry comes down squarely on both sides when it comes to protesting on federal land

The Army Corps of Engineers approved the Dakota Access pipeline and a federal judge ruled against the Standing Rock Sioux when they sought an injunction and another federal court denied their appeal.

After protesters set up camp on federal public land, burned equipment and clashed with police, the Department of the Interior and the Corps of Engineers announced a delay on a final permit until further consultation with the tribes.

Harry heartily approves of this protest. He did not approve of a protest closer to home and called them domestic tourists, er, terrorists.



3 comments on “Harry comes down squarely on both sides when it comes to protesting on federal land

  1. Tick tock, tick tock…it’s getting closer and closer for this walking contradiction, our senile Senator from Searchlight…to be put out to pasture. It can’t come soon enough…

  2. Off topic…but possible the same culprit, could this candidate for Assembly District 15 have peeked behind the curtain to see the infamous Reid political machine in action? Who would’ve thunk…Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, James Bond 007, Edward Snowden, Emma Smith and dozens of other movie stars and artists all live on Boulder Highway in Vegas and voted in the last election! (Well, someone using their names did). This is just one State Assembly District…there are 41 other State Assembly Districts in Nevada. How deep does the fraud run? Jill Stein…take note.


  3. Barbara says:

    Interesting article. My daughter who is attending college out of state requested an absentee ballot be mailed to her. It has never arrived even to this day.

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