Stewart Rhodes is the founder and leader of the Oath Keepers, a non-partisan association of current and formerly serving military, police, and first responders who pledge to fulfill the oath all military and police take to “defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”
Rhodes was jailed in January by his government in their ongoing Jan. 6 political investigation and persecution. Rhodes was moved from his Plano, Texas holding cell to the Cimarron Prison and Correctional Facility in northeast Oklahoma earlier this month. Cimarron is a medium-security facility in Cushing, Oklahoma.
Radical Obama-appointed Judge Amit Mehta ordered Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes jailed until his July trial last week.
Judge Mehta is an Obama donor. Mehta holds a hatred for Trump and his supporters.
Stewart Rhodes is charged with plotting a “seditious conspiracy.” This is completely ridiculous and the court knows it. The Oath Keepers traveled to Washington DC on January 5-6 to offer security to conservative speakers and events.
On Saturday night Stewart Rhodes called The Gateway Pundit’s founder Jim Hoft from the Cimmarron Prison facility in Oklahoma.
We followed up on our conversation on Sunday. Stewart spoke out on the First Amendment. We also asked him about Ray Epps who was
Ray Epps with Stewart Rhodes at 2011 Oathkeeper’s event in Arizona.
Ray Epps was a former Oath Keepers chapter president in Arizona back in 2011.
According to Patty McMurray — On Memorial Day 2011, the Oath Keepers held a memorial service for a fallen member. Epps and Rhodes stood side-by-side for much of the memorial service.
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On Sunday we asked Stewart Rhodes about former Oathkeeper Ray Epps. Here is what he had to say.
Stewart Rhodes: I saw the video of the night before and afterward, on the day of, absolutely. Ray Epps was our chapter president in Arizona many years ago. I believe he left the Oath Keepers in 2014. I haven’t heard from him since. So, you are asking me, ‘What do I think about him?’ I don’t know. I just don’t. I don’t know if he’s just an idiot or if he was someone who was told to go do that by someone else. It could be a little bit of both. It could be that he’s just easily manipulated and somebody manipulated him. I don’t know. It could be an FBI provocateur got in his ear. My memory of him back in the day was that he was well-intending but not the brightest bulb on the tree.
Stewart had much more to discuss on Ray Epps and the persecution by his government.
Currently, Stewart Rhodes is the number one target on their road to take down President Trump in their evil scheme.
** Please donate to the Stewart Rhodes Legal Defense Fund here if you can.