Cliven Bundy Sends Militiamen To Protect Donald Sterling

Funny story written by Keith Shirey

Monday, 28 April 2014

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As everyone knows, L.A. Clippers owner Donald sterling is the object of national outrage over racist comments. He criticized his girlfriend for posting a picture of her and Magic Johnson on instagram. He also told her not to bring black people to games. A tape released over the weekend has him telling her not to associate with blacks.

Yesterday, the Nevada rancher, Cliven Bundy told his "militiamen," conspiracy theorists, fake cowboys, gun rights activists, and other gun-toting followers to go to Sterling's' Malibu mansion to "protect him from those who don't want the Negro to pick cotton."

In response, the large front lawn of the mansion is crawling with hundreds of gunfighters; some armed with AK-47's and other assault rifles. These are the same people who stared down a team of armed rangers called in by the BLM.

The lawn also is cluttered with makeshift tents, portable toilets, barbeques, litter, and lawn umbrellas.

The reader will recall that these gun toters forced the government to call off A roundup of Bundy's cows because they were illegally grazing on federal land and then gave back about 300 animals back to the racist rancher.

The Malibu/Lost Hills station of the Los Angeles County Sheriffs has received numerous complaints from neighbors about people violating county ordinances prohibiting open carry of certain weapons, excessive noise and various other restrictions.

Thus far the sheriffs have not acted and will not comment on a rumor that they are appealing to Governor Pat Brown to send the state's national guard to Malibu.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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