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That right-wing “militia” that’s taken over the wildlife refuge in Oregon — done in the name of giving the land back to the people — is now getting a rebuke from a very qualified source: The local Native American tribe, who are actually able to argue that they’ve lost all their rights to the same land.

At a meeting Wednesday, Burns Paiute Tribe official Jarvis Kennedy had a simple message for these posers: “They just need to get the hell out of here. Sorry.”

Click above to watch. And let’s all wish good luck to this tribe — who unlike the outsiders, have genuine grievances about hunting, fishing, and their basic quality of life.

Video via Reuters.

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