Bundy Dude Ranch T-Shirt
Before BLM was known as "Black Lives Matter", the BLM stood for another notorious organization, the Bureau of Land Management. They made themselves famous in by attempting to impound Cliven Bundy's cattle who was open grazing on federal land. The Bundy family began grazing on federal public lands near Gold Butte, Nevada, in 1954. However over the next few decades, the Bundy's began meeting some increased resistance from the local and federal government. After many extensive number (and expensive) court appearances, the BLM moved into impound all of the Bundy family's cattle in 2012 and again in 2014. Over the next year the confrontation grew between the federal government and the Bundy's. That is when American patriots moved in to help guard the Bundy farm with hopes to reduce the risk of another Waco or Ruby Ridge tragedy occurring. As of February, 2017, Bundy’s cattle continue to graze on federal public lands near Gold Butte although the federal government has labeled his cattle as trespassers and illegally grazing.
Material: 60% cotton / 40% polyester
Small - 3XL
4.3 oz. Next Level 6210
fabric laundered for reduced shrinkage
1x1 baby rib-knit set-in collar
Available in Blacked Out or White Out Graphic in the Following Shirt Colors: Black, Heavy Metal Grey, Military Green, White, and Red.