Ammon Bundy was pulled over in Utah and had his truck and melons confiscated. He had entered Utah two days earlier with no problem. When he was pulled over, he was told he was a commercial driver and didn’t have a log book. Bundy was told that it was a privilege to be able to cross state lines and sell his melons, not a right.

“Perry Utah police pulled me over and impounded my truck full of melons. They said I did not get permission from them to come into Utah.”

“After police took my truck and my melons. So I’m walking to my customer. Still trying to get it done.”

“So here I sit in the shade at the Perry Utah park. They took my truck and melons but not my liberty. Just found out that the 9th District Court of Appeals Affirmed Judge Navarros ruling. The Bundy Case is over for good. We won again! God has been good to us.”

Government corruption, tyranny and abuse continue to hammer down on the accelerator taking us towards a full-blown police state in which egregious surveillance, roadside strip searches, police shootings of unarmed citizens, censorship, retaliatory arrests, the criminalization of lawful activities, warmongering, indefinite detentions, SWAT team raids, asset forfeiture, police brutality, profit-driven prisons, and pay-to-play politicians have become the new normal.

It’s time to declare your independence from tyranny, America.

The people have the power, all we have to do is awaken that power in the people. The people are unaware. They’re not educated to realize that they have power. The system is so geared that everyone believes the government will fix everything. We are the government.” – John Lennon

Written by Daniel Crane

Christian Patriots

3 thoughts on “Ammon Bundy Pulled Over for Selling Melons in Utah: “They Took my Truck and Melons but Not my Liberty””
  1. I used to live down there. The Bundy’s have cross bred watermelons and cantaloupe. They’re called Bundy melons and they are absolutely delicious.

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