RANCHER’S DAUGHTER: Bundy Cattle Dispute is “About Our Freedom; Our State’s Sovereignty”

On Monday, Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s daughter, Bailey Logue, went On The Record to discuss the conflict between her father and agents from the Federal Bureau of Land Management.

The BLM recently removed its agents from the Bunkerville, Nev. ranch and returned a number of the cattle that they had seized, leaving 130 yet unaccounted for, according to Logue.

“It’s about our freedom, it’s about our state’s sovereignty, and it’s about people standing up for what’s right,” Logue said.

Read more: Fox Nation

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