Did Yellowstone Season 2, Episode 10 Foreshadow 1/6?

Oath Keepers Founder – Stewart Rhodes

FILE – Stewart Rhodes, founder of the Oath Keepers, center, speaks during a rally outside the White House in Washington, June 25, 2017. Federal prosecutors are preparing to lay out their case against the founder of the Oath Keepers’ extremist group and four associates. They are charged in the most serious case to reach trial yet in the Jan. 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol attack. Opening statements are expected Monday in Washington’s federal court in the trial of Stewart Rhodes and others charged with seditious conspiracy. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)

I suppose art really does imitate ‘reality’. The episode in question of Yellowstone featured a pitched battle between John Dutton’s men and an unnamed militia group that was holding Kayce’s son Tate hostage. As stated, they were loaded for ‘bear’.

The core idea of Elmer Stewart Rhodes’ group, the Oath Keepers, is that its members vow to support the oaths they took on joining law enforcement or the military to defend the Constitution forever and the group’s own list of 10 “Orders We Will Not Obey.” The list is a compendium of perceived, unrealized threats from the government – orders, for instance, to force Americans into concentration camps, confiscate their guns or cooperate with foreign troops in the United States.

SPLCenter.org

Guess where Rhodes is from: yup, Montana.

The Yellowstone episode dates from 2019.

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