Anti-Government Activist Ammon Bundy who lead the 40 plus day armed take over of the National Refuge in 2016 has come out in support for Black Lives Matter and defunding the police. In a video on his social media page, Bundy said that he was thinking about joining in on a Black Lives Matter protest in Boise, Idaho near his home.
He said he didn't go to the protest because he was weary that some people who criticize his support of Black Lives Matter and defunding the police might do harm to him or the protesters.
He went on to say in his video “You must have a problem in your mind if you think that somehow the Black Lives Matter is more dangerous than the police,” and that “You must have a problem in your mind if you think that Antifa is the one going to take your freedom.”
This might not sit well with those who supported Bundy during his standoff with federal agents back in 2016. You can check out his video above or click here.
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