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Nevada gubernatorial hopeful Ryan Bundy, the debt, campaign manager for ‘rape for rape” policy on the website

Nevada gubernatorial hopeful Ryan Bundy campaign manager updated to support Bundy site, rape-rape and murder-for-murder-punishment-system. That the section was deleted in the meantime.

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Rapist punished, should be declared in the return, be killed, Nevada gubernative candidate Ryan Bundy campaign website shortly with rape and murder. The controversial “rape for rape” crime policy outrage was met with a swift.

Bundy, who is operating as an independent for the Governor is here, it is a part of the family, shameful to two armed standoffs with U.S. agents about Federal ownership of public land.

“Instead of paying for ineffective prison sentences, Ryan Bundy proposes that The people in the state of Nevada for a more efficient retaliation process:” an eye-for-an-eye.’ If the murder of 10 people you murdered are 10 times, before your freedom is returned to you…,” the campaign website as a “plan of action” for the prison system, meanwhile, has been deleted.

Ryan Bundy #nvgov campaign platform includes an “eye-for-an-eye” retribution, reform, where “if you rape 3 people, they are raped, forced 3 times so by the Nevada government and orchestrated by the victim (if still alive).”https://t.co/Mzda2DJjpY pic.twitter.com/QdQ6hkX9Vi

— Riley Snyder (@Riley Snyder) September 18, 2018

“If you rape 3 people, you will be raped continued for 3 times as forced by the Nevada government and orchestrated by the victim (if still alive),” the statement.

Bundy said that he did not approve the controversial policy. It was added by Cardiff Gerhardt, Bundy 26-year-old campaign manager, and website developer, according to The Oregonian.

“This is not my words. This is not my ideal” Bundy Las Vegas Review-Journal said. “I didn’t approve. I didn’t check. I had not read yet. It was up there in front of my consent.”

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Bundy has to admit that he supports the death penalty for someone convicted of murder, but he clarified they do not agree with rape as a form of punishment.

“A rape is a rape does not make sense,” Bundy, The Oregonian said. “This is ridiculous, stupid, as far as I’m concerned.”

For his part, Gerhardt told the Review-Journal that the plan suits his personal “ideal”, and stated that he posted, because he thinks “it’s not fair.” He also said that the campaign is intended to “move very quickly because we are the underdog, the people’s choice.”

“Yes, I want to be raped, to see the rapist. I’d like to see killer be killed.”

– Cardiff Gerhardt, Ryan Bundy campaign manager

“All the content of my words was written around 2 o’clock in the morning,” Gerhardt, The Oregonian, says that he added new content confirmed, the site in front of President Trump planned trip to Nevada this week. “I stand by every word I wrote, and encouraged him to leave it, but it is his campaign.”

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“It is my creative solution to biblical retribution systems. Yes, I want to be raped, to see the rapist. I’d like to see murderers murdered,” he continued. “They are criminals, and they deserve the encounter with the Golden rule … treat others as you want to be treated.”

Despite going rogue with the website of the campaign, Gerhardt, the Bundy’s campaign manager still remains.

A Federal judge dismissed all charges against Bundy and his father, Cliven, and the brother, Ammon – in January 2014, the armed standoff in order to block the authorities, the capture is planned, and to confiscate Bundy’s cattle, which allegedly crossed on government land.

In 2016, the Bundy brothers, a takeover of a national wildlife refuge, Oregon. The couple was also acquitted.

The former Texas rep Ron Paul, a libertarian idol, and approved by Bundy in August.

Nevada Attorney Gen., Adam Laxalt, the GOP candidate for Governor, and Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak is a Democrat. Fox News has a Ranking below the Governor’s election as a tossup.

Fox News’ Benjamin Brown contributed to this report.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter: @K_Schallhorn.

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