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Will Trump Pardon the Hammond Ranchers?

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Important News Regarding Dwight And Steven Hammond:

From Protect the Harvest

For decades agencies of the Department of Interior, namely the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), have deployed their administrative powers to punitively regulate and maliciously prosecute the Hammond family of Oregon in a thinly veiled attempt to drive them off their ranch, their historic grazing allotments and vested water rights.  

For the rule of law to mean anything in this country it must be applied equally to everyone—not selectively to private citizens for ulterior motives.  Federal employees receive immunity for the very same act for which the Hammonds were charged criminally and sent to prison in a manner even the trial judge found to be egregious.

Even more troubling is the long history in the Hammond case, and others, of federal administrative and prosecutorial powers being weaponized in what appears to be a concerted effort by the BLM, aided by the Department of Justice, to take property without compensation and extort exorbitant fines from law abiding ranchers.

While government abuse of power is not uncommon, it is uncommon for a 78-year old man and his son, both of whom have exemplary records, to be sent to prison as domestic terrorists for an accidental fire.

The pardon for Dwight and Steven Hammond is in President Trump’s office. It is critical that we IMMEDIATELY gather as many signatures as possible to show support of their pardon. Please follow the link and sign the petition and then confirm your signature via email.

Follow this link to sign the White House Petition to pardon the Hammonds: URL: https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/pardon-dwight-and-steven-hammond

The Hammond case is viewed by many in the West, and indeed across the nation, as a manifest miscarriage of justice akin to double jeopardy. As long as Dwight and Steven Hammond remain in jail for what is obviously a gross miscarriage of justice, this matter remains a blight on the federal regulatory agencies and the criminal justice system.

Rural communities of the West are greatly appreciative of the efforts of the Trump administration to restore the economies of these communities.

We respectfully ask President Trump to pardon Dwight and Steven Hammond .

For additional information:
Follow this link for details about the Hammond and the full letter submitted by Protect The Harvest

Link to foxnews.com article by Perry Pendley, President of Mountain States Legal Foundation: Trump should pardon Oregon ranchers — They aren’t terrorists


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11 Responses to Will Trump Pardon the Hammond Ranchers?

  1. Koyote says:

    Oh yeah?!!!
    I’ll run right over there and sign that bullshit!!!!!!!

  2. Mark Schumacher in LV says:

    We need to have a discussion on how the goddamn feds can just willy nilly subvert the Articles within, and just decide later to dismiss all charges, whether it be by pardon or court order, while in the mean time innocent people are sitting in prison.

    Obviously, shows such as Henry’s are having an impact, this game the feds are playing is goddamn dangerous. You don’t fk with people’s lives like this.

    These written on toilet paper laws are becoming something of a goddamn circus act, people rot in prison while this bullshit goes on.

    • Enemy of the State says:

      ” You don’t fk with people’s lives like this.”
      No sir you dont ..and I for one hope the fkin’ comes right back to bite em

      If this shit ever goes large in this country these bastards have put a huge target on their own heads , they’ll deserve everything they get in spades !

  3. JoeSTP says:

    No, they willfully played the game with the BLM and did not want help, remember. There is more to this story, than we will ever know, so let them play the game out.

  4. Koyote says:

    I know the government is crooked as hell.
    But sometimes, you just get what you got coming in this old world.
    Our fight is for all of the articles in the Bill of Rights. Not the ones our oppressors find convenient… Like double jeopardy..

  5. Koyote says:


    “not selectively to private citizens with ulterior motives”…..
    What the hell do you think grazing and water RIGHTS are????
    The land is ours dammit!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. Martist says:

    They’ll murder you and everyone else and have openly done so, but a petition to drumpfstein is gonna get someone pardoned? Sound logic to me….yep.

  7. Jolly Roger says:

    “….this matter remains a blight on the federal regulatory agencies and the criminal justice system….”

    A blight on the federal regulatory agencies and the criminal justice system? As if they had a stellar history before this? The existence of federal regulatory agencies is a crime in itself, and the criminal justice system is becoming little more than a political tool. (or the Hammonds would already be free)

    I don’t think the Hammonds were ever fighting to restore and preserve the Bill of Rights, but instead they were worried about their livelihood.

    Everyone in this struggle should have no problem stating what they’re fighting for, and if it’s not the Bill of Rights, they’re NOT fighting for the people, or for freedom.

    Why can’t “the micro effect” publicly announce that they’re working to restore the Bill of Rights as absolute law in this country? It’s a simple statement of what motivates your actions, and if you’re not for the Bill of Rights, you’re just another in a long list of enemies standing in the way of our freedom.

  8. H D says:

    Why would the need a pardon did they do something wrong by standing up for there rights

  9. Freeillinois says:

    You guys will be critical of this comment but I believe the Hammond’s need to be pardoned and one of the Best ways to get this done (This is the part you will not like) Call the Alex Jones show and ask Alex’s why his good Buddy Trump hasn’t pardoned the Hammond’s.

    It would be funny to listen to his Highness fumble over the issue.

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