Operation Secure Our Border is an active group (2014) of armed individuals traveling to the border between Mexico and Texas in response to illegal immigration - some of members of Operation Secure Our Border also participated in the standoff at Cliven Bundy's Nevada ranch.Oath KeepersCitizens for Constitutional FreedomOperation Mutual Aid MilitiaChris DavisLaredo Sector Militia CommanderThe group is led by Chris Davis, a self-declared Laredo Sector Militia Commander, multiple media reports suggest that Chris Davis was other than honorably discharged from the Army in 2001 in lieu of a court martial.Davis gained notoriety when he posted a widely publicized video on YouTube (since taken down) where he called for his compatriots to“point your gun right dead at [illegal immigrants], right between the eyes, and say, ‘Get back across the border or you will be shot.’”Davis said later that he removed the video because it was taken out of context "by a newspaper that supports…
Operation Secure Our Border (111%, 3%, III% or Three Percenters) - United States
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