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Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes faces allegations of abuse and household violence in a motion for a temporary restraining order his wife filed last month with a Montana court.
Two years after the Oath Keepers in Josephine County, Oregon, engaged in a standoff with federal agents at the Sugar Pine Mine, the leader of the chapter has broken away from the Oath Keepers, citing concerns with national leadership.
Oath Keepers president Stewart Rhodes has thrown his weight behind a conspiracy theorist who’s been nicknamed “Screwy Louie” by other members of the militia movement and who's made allegations that are too wild even for the king of conspiracy theories, Alex Jones.
The image from nationwide rallies this past weekend seems quite clear: The country’s largest anti-Muslim organization with close ties to the Trump Administration, ACT! for America, is welding its bonds with armed militia and Patriot groups, including Oath Keepers.
Less than a week after 17 people were killed in Parkland, Florida, RidersUSA hosted their annual Second Amendment rally as planned in Phoenix.
This week various members of the so-called “Alt Right” have been taking shots at Oath Keepers — an antigovernment organization that primarily recruits current and veteran military, law enforcement and emergency first responders — after video surfaced of a Texas militia member putting a neo-Nazi protester in a headlock in a Houston park last Saturday.
The Oath Keepers were in attendance at the swearing in of President-elect Donald Trump this morning. But while most onlookers were there to cheer on – or protest – the incoming president, the Oath Keepers were combing the crowd for suspicious behavior from political opponents on the left, and, of course, looking for anyone who appeared to be a member of ISIS.
With Donald Trump doubling down on claims of a “rigged” election, the Oath Keepers is calling all members to rush to the polls and monitor for voter fraud.
Michael Meyer, the head of the vigilante group Veterans on Patrol (VOP) that’s been involved in a Pizzagate-style conspiracy theory in Arizona, was arrested on Sunday night near Tucson on suspicion of felony trespassing.