Patriots Day – Stewart Rhodes’ Speech – Berkeley, CA – April 15, 2017

Patriots Day – Stewart Rhodes’ Speech – Berkeley, CA – April 15, 2017
Speech by Stewart Rhodes of Oath Keepers, at Patriots Day rally held in Berkeley, California April 15, 2017 in Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park. Organized by Liberty Revival Alliance.


Published on Apr 16, 2017 by Jason Miller


 
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  1. dwight 18 April, 2017, 17:59

    Thank you Oath Keepers for being there, keeping people safe and supporting the freedom of speech.

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  2. Tuaca 19 April, 2017, 10:01

    You would have done more if you had been in Las Vegas to support the Bundy’s and all the other alleged defendants!!! How is going to Berkeley more important than a crooked incompetent judge????

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    • Nancy Oakley Author 19 April, 2017, 11:01

      We went to Berkeley to support the right of free speech, which apparently no longer exists in that city. We successfully protected the speakers and attendees at that rally.

      If we attended the trial in Las Vegas, we could sit with the others who are watching…not allowed to smile, frown, cry, or make any sounds or gestures at risk of being removed from the courtroom. No one would even know we were there.

      Instead, we can exercise our right to free speech here and spread the word about what is really going on at that trial. The “mainstream media” is not covering it. It doesn’t fit their agenda. Here are over a dozen articles, mostly from Shari Dovale of Redoubt News who is in direct contact with those who are attending the trial. These articles have also been widely spread on facebook, both by Redoubt News and Oath Keepers. https://www.oathkeepers.org/page/1/?s=Navarro

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    • FormerWAC 19 April, 2017, 11:11

      So, Tuaca, do you think this crooked, incompetent judge would have given Stewert a platform to lobby on behalf of the Bundys? I can only guess (I won’t try to speak for Stewert) that Stewert had to make a decision about where his efforts would end up bringing the most gains–and Berkeley was it. I’m not saying you are wrong at all, as far as the defendants needing support, I’m just saying that Oath Keepers are needed all over the country right now; Stewert can only be in one place at a time. I’m certainly glad that you and others are still keeping track of the trial, and lending your support whenever you can.

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      • Nancy Oakley Author 19 April, 2017, 16:30

        Thank you for your support. So far this month, Stewart Rhodes has traveled to four different states on Oath Keepers business, three of them on the other side of the country. There is a limit to what is feasible and affordable. Also, Berkeley changed their rules for permissible items for the park the day before the rally, eliminating shields, and even flag poles. Stewart went out and bought more protective gear for the security team. (This is one reason we ask for donations. We don’t have a billionaire paying the bills like the other side does. Any amount in support is most welcome.)

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    • Chip 19 April, 2017, 11:29

      And what are you doing for the cause…Tuaca? I’m pretty sure “complaining” never won any cause. Maybe you can be the first…

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      • Nancy Oakley Author 19 April, 2017, 16:42

        Exactly. The prosecution in the first Bunkerville trial had five weeks to present their case. The defense was allowed two days. Prospective defense witnesses were intimidated and threatened with arrest. Relevant videos and pertinent information for the defense were not allowed to be presented or even mentioned. There was nothing anyone could do to stop this judge. I just pray that the jurors can see thru the corruption.

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