Bundy Klan Calls for Action Wednesday in Salt Lake City


By LakeSuperior, Daily Kos

The Cliven Bundy Klan are at it again, this time calling for packing a public debate over public lands in Utah at a meeting called for Wednesday in Salt Lake City.

I wonder if they’ll be showing up with assault rifles at the public library . . . you never know with this bunch of right-wing nutcases.

I’m posting so that public lands supporters and others interested in restraining the excesses of the Bundy Klan will know of their plans for appropriate organizational and operational responses.

Communique from the Bundy Klan (below):


Hi, We need some support in Salt Lake City, Utah.  State Rep. Ken Ivory will be debating the Transfer of Public Lands with former BLM Director Pay Shay.

As you may know Rep. Ken Ivory spearheaded a Utah Law to force the Federal Government to turn over control of all public lands in the State of Utah.

On Wednesday May 14th, The Tribune’s Jennifer Napier-Pearce will moderate an Oxford-style debate on the resolution: “The State of Utah is best suited to manage public lands within its borders.”

Arguing for the Transfer Of Public Lands will be Utah House Speaker Rebecca Lockhart and West Jordan Republican Rep. Ken Ivory, president of the American Lands Council.

Arguing against the resolution will be former BLM director Pat Shea and Dan McCool, political science professor and director of the Environmental and Sustainability Studies Program at the University of Utah.

The event, which begins at 7 p.m., is free and open to the public at the Salt Lake City Main Library, 210 E. 400 South.

Make sure you show up early and bring lots of friends.  Lets pack this house early, seating is limited.

Those attending will have an opportunity to vote on which team was most persuasive.

This is your opportunity to learn more about both sides of the Transfer of Public lands issue.

Please attend and support Ken Ivory, Rebecca Lockhart and the Transfer of Public Lands.  This is a very important and key element of correcting the massive government over reach we all suffer from today.

Thank you,

Reprinted with permission from The Daily Kos.