These guys are the worst examples of home schooling yet:
Remember Ammon and Ryan Bundy — Cliven’s boys — and their merry band of dildo-wielding, freedom-loving shitferbrains? How could we forget? They occupied a federally owned nature preserve, things got kinda violent, and they are now in jail because they broke all the federal laws. This is UNFAIR because, according to their special secret version of the Constitution, the federal government isn’t the boss of them.
Ammon Bundy’s Legal Defense Exactly As Sane As Every Other Bundy Legal Theory
Well, we have a dispatch from jail. They are SUING, because all their rights are being violated, in jail. Yes, they are complaining that jail is a lot like … jail. And that’s illegal!
In their complaint (which is different from daddy Cliven Bundy’s lawsuit, which you can read about here), Ammon and Ryan Bundy share that jail is SO the pits. Did you know that, at the Multnomah County Detention Center (MCDC) where they’re being held, they have to stay in single cells, and only get to walk around freely during quote-unquote “walk time,” which the jailers schedule, as if they are in jail?
Ryan Bundy would like to complain some, please:
All of my First Amendment rights are being violated. My right to freedom of religion is being violated. I cannot participate in religious activities and temple covenants, and wear religious garments. […] My right to freedom of speech is being hampered by monitoring and recording. My right to freedom of assembly is being violated; I am not allowed to see my brother and move about. Yesterday, I attempted to discuss these issues with the U.S. Marshals, and they said that these were simply the jail rules. […] My Second Amendment rights are being violated. I never waived that right.
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Someone should introduce this poor victim of oppression to John Yoo, who could provide him with some wholesome aquatic recreation.
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