BREAKING: National Guard And RIOT POLICE Deployed- Here’s What We Know

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Today, Police in riot gear began arresting the last remaining protesters at the makeshift camp after they defied several orders to leave the area. This action came after the eviction orders were unenforced for at least a day. Hundreds left peacefully on Wednesday after the 2 p.m. deadline, and 10 were arrested hours later after they taunted cops.

Approximately 50 die hard protesters remained on the land after being ordered to leave.

Fox News reports that hours later, 18 National Guardsmen and dozens of law officers entered the camp from two directions, along with several law enforcement and military vehicles. A helicopter and airplane flew overhead.

Officers checked structures and began arresting people, putting them in vans to take to jail. About two dozen people were arrested in the first half hour of the operation, according to Levi Bachmeier, a Burgum adviser.

North Dakota originally offered protesters a sweet deal if they agreed to leave peacefully- a free hotel room and bus ticket to anywhere in the U.S.

As of last night, none of them had taken the generous offer.

And for some strange reason they also offered a courtesy or ‘ceremonial arrest’ for anyone needing a picture for their Facebook page. Again, no takers. Seems odd- you would think they would LOVE to have a picture of themselves being arrested by the police- it would do wonders for their professional protester resume, right?

Unfortunately, a 17-year-old girl and 7-year-boy old were burned after protesters set fire to the last remnants of the camp. They both required medical attention and one was air lifted to Minneapolis because her injuries were severe.

These parents should be arrested for child endangerment.

Watch the video report from Fox News:

Once the main camp is cleared of people, the cleanup of trash and debris that’s being coordinated by the tribal, state and federal governments will continue. More than 1,000 tons of waste had been removed by contractors as of early Tuesday, though dozens of semi-permanent structures remained, according to Herr. Dozens of abandoned vehicles also remained, according to George Kuntz, vice president of the North Dakota Towing Association.

It’s a freaking, liberal cesspool there.

How wonderful.

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