You probably did not hear about the arrest of anti-government terrorist C. L. Bundy. It hasn’t gotten much media attention, even though fellow members of the same terrorist cell have assassinated police officers. Indeed, it was barely a blip on the local news:

LAS VEGAS (AP) —¬†Authorities say the son of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy has been arrested on federal land on parole violations and a drug court arrest warrant.

Records showed 35-year-old Cliven Lance Bundy was held Wednesday at the Clark County jail pending a court appearance.

And it’s not the first time he’s been arrested: he was jailed last summer and let go. Yes, that’s right. A member of a violent, armed terrorist family organization was caught and released, as if he were some sort of little flopping fish instead of a dangerous criminal. What the f***, no, really, what the f***? Why does this guy get a pass, when people from the Middle East rot in Gitmo for years on end even if they’re innocent?

The only possible answer is: he’s a white, “conservative” teabagger. Bundy’s family and otehr members of their cell have killed, assaulted, stolen, threatened, and trampled all over the Constitution, cops and civilians, and have they been waterboarded? Tortured? Sent offshore to be “interrogated”? Not a bit of it. No, the government treats them with kid gloves, no matter what they steal or who they murder.

Charlie Hebdo’s attackers are the targets of an international police and military operation; the Bundy terrorists are left to continue their crime spree in comfort, hardly inconvenienced at all. That’s what skin color and not being a Moslem means these days: those two characteristics constitute a license to terrorize.

Mr. Blunt and Cranky

(P.S. Yes, the Bundys say he’s not part of their treasonous, seditious, terrorist operations. But they said the same thing about the two murderous swine who offed those Las Vegas cops last year, too. You want to trust the word of a man who is stealing from you and trying to overthrow your government? This writer wouldn’t trust them as far as he could throw them.)