The Bundy Case Continues to Fall Apart

It's funny how the left's favorite cases, whether it comes to lynching cops or ranchers, don't hold up so well once they get in front of a jury.

"Bundy Ranch standoff trial ends with zero guilty verdicts"

That headline says it all.

Despite the torrent of media propaganda, the actual cases haven't held up.

Mark 1.

The Oregon prosecutors sat silently in front of their boss, U.S Attorney Billy Williams, and the head of the FBI in Oregon, Greg Bretzing, as the judge announced the "not guilty'' pleas one by one.  

Mark 2

A federal jury in Las Vegas did not return any guilty verdicts Tuesday against four men accused of taking up arms against federal agents during the Bundy Ranch standoff in 2014.

Jurors dealt government prosecutors a stinging defeat in the case when, after four days of deliberations, they returned not-guilty verdicts on the most serious charges and deadlocked on a handful of others.

Richard Lovelien of Oklahoma and Steven Stewart of Idaho were acquitted on all counts and walked out of court Tuesday night free after spending more than a year in prison.

Ironically, the one real conviction in this case might come from the shooting of LaVoy Finicum.

An FBI agent has been indicted on federal accusations that he lied about firing at Robert "LaVoy" Finicum last year as police arrested the leaders of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupation.

Now you know why the national media is displaying a distinct lack of interest in the story.