A documentary filmmaker who has stared down drug runners at the U.S. southern border said he has never experienced as tense a situation as he did at the Nevada Cliven Bundy ranch showdown between Bureau of Land Management officers and those standing with the rancher.
“I’ve never experienced anything like this,” said Dennis Michael Lynch. “I’ve looked at cartel in the face — this was different.”
He told Fox News host Megyn Kelly that every person standing with the Bundys was committed.
“These people were willing to die on Saturday,” Lynch said. “I heard it in their voices; I saw it in their eyes.”
Watch the interview and footage taken during the standoff via Fox News, then check out “ Obama’s ‘condolences’ complete with tasteless joke; Twitter lashing follows.”
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