Ryan Bundy, figure in rancher standoff with feds, running for Nevada governor

Ryan Bundy, in whose Nevada ranching family was associated with two armed standoffs with Oughout. S. agents over federal possession of public land, announced Thursday night he is running for governor associated with Nevada.

A federal judge dismissed many charges against Bundy, his dad Cliven, as well as with his brother Ammon in January over the 2014 equipped standoff to block authorities exactly who planned to capture and impound Bundy cattle that allegedly entered onto government land.  

The 45-year-old said he decided to run just for governor because he doesn’ t believe anyone else vying to succeed term-limited Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval can do enough to protect states’ rights.

“We will  do whatever it takes, and that means whatever needs doing, ” Bundy told FOX 5   in Las Vegas. “If running for governor is what it takes to preserve our freedom, well then that’s part of it. ”

Ryan Bundy said he intends to file the correct paperwork next Wednesday in Vegas before beginning a statewide speaking visit.

“We will do whatever it takes, and that means anything. If running for governor is exactly what it takes to preserve our freedom, well that’s part of it. ”

– Thomas Bundy

In 2016, the Bundy brothers led the 2016 takeover of a national animals refuge in Oregon. They were furthermore acquitted in that case.

After being freed from prison, Cliven Bundy filed a lawsuit within January against the state of The state of nevada seeking a declaration that community lands in the state are possessed by the residents, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.  

The Nevada 3rd party was first to report Bundy’s prepared candidacy.

The Associated Press led to this report.  

Benjamin Brown is a reporter pertaining to Fox News. Follow him upon Twitter  @bdbrown473.