Terrorist Cattle Ranchers in Police Custody
The Oregon standoff between the federal government and terrorist cattle ranchers looks like it is soon coming to an intense conclusion as of Tuesday night. As the terrorist cattle ranchers were travelling to a community meeting off U.S. Highway 395, law enforcement pulled the terrorist cattle ranchers over and shots were fired, although it is unclear who shot first. We’re guessing the terrorist cattle ranchers, seeing as these terrorist cattle ranchers have been very public about being willing to die for their terrorist cattle ranching cause.
Terrorist cattle rancher leader Ammon Bundy and his terrorist cattle ranching brother, Ryan Bundy, were among those taken into custody, while terrorist cattle rancher Lavoy Finicum was killed in the crossfire. Terrorists Finicum and Bundy were the only two terrorist cattle ranchers who did not surrender to law enforcement.
While their terrorist cattle ranching buddies back at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge continue to occupy as they have been for the past 26 days, it doesn’t look like the future is looking very bright for the terrorist cattle ranching occupation as their leadership is now in indefinite police custody.
In other news, we’re all still waiting on major news networks to start referring to the terrorist cattle ranchers as terrorist cattle ranchers.