Thousands of bikers heading to South Dakota rally to be blocked at tribal land checkpoints

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Well now..wonder what will happen when the Native Americans decide to exercise their sovereignty? The Sioux have erected checkpoints at the Cheyenne River....turning the bikers back.

No so social distancing?


"A convoy consisting of thousands of bikers headed for a South Dakota rally will not be allowed to cross Cheyenne River Sioux checkpoints on their way to the event, according to a Native American spokesman.
The spokesman said Saturday that the band of travelers would be stopped on their way to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, in the name of preventing coronavirus from spreading any further.
The seven tribes that make up the Sioux Nation are now in a fight with federal and state officials, who deemed such checkpoints to be illegal.

A duty officer for the Cheyenne River Sioux told the Guardian Saturday that commercial and emergency vehicles will be allowed through the checkpoints, but nothing else. Some reservations have reportedly turned away bikers already."

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Well now..wonder what will happen when the Native Americans decide to exercise their sovereignty? The Sioux have erected checkpoints at the Cheyenne River....turning the bikers back.

No so social distancing?


"A convoy consisting of thousands of bikers headed for a South Dakota rally will not be allowed to cross Cheyenne River Sioux checkpoints on their way to the event, according to a Native American spokesman.
The spokesman said Saturday that the band of travelers would be stopped on their way to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, in the name of preventing coronavirus from spreading any further.
The seven tribes that make up the Sioux Nation are now in a fight with federal and state officials, who deemed such checkpoints to be illegal.

A duty officer for the Cheyenne River Sioux told the Guardian Saturday that commercial and emergency vehicles will be allowed through the checkpoints, but nothing else. Some reservations have reportedly turned away bikers already."

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Hell, the supreme court just gave them half of Oklahoma, I'd say they have the right to protect themselves in SD as well.
 

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Well now..wonder what will happen when the Native Americans decide to exercise their sovereignty? The Sioux have erected checkpoints at the Cheyenne River....turning the bikers back.

No so social distancing?


"A convoy consisting of thousands of bikers headed for a South Dakota rally will not be allowed to cross Cheyenne River Sioux checkpoints on their way to the event, according to a Native American spokesman.
The spokesman said Saturday that the band of travelers would be stopped on their way to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, in the name of preventing coronavirus from spreading any further.
The seven tribes that make up the Sioux Nation are now in a fight with federal and state officials, who deemed such checkpoints to be illegal.

A duty officer for the Cheyenne River Sioux told the Guardian Saturday that commercial and emergency vehicles will be allowed through the checkpoints, but nothing else. Some reservations have reportedly turned away bikers already."

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I guess they will have to find another way around the check points.
 

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Well now..wonder what will happen when the Native Americans decide to exercise their sovereignty? The Sioux have erected checkpoints at the Cheyenne River....turning the bikers back.

No so social distancing?


"A convoy consisting of thousands of bikers headed for a South Dakota rally will not be allowed to cross Cheyenne River Sioux checkpoints on their way to the event, according to a Native American spokesman.
The spokesman said Saturday that the band of travelers would be stopped on their way to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, in the name of preventing coronavirus from spreading any further.
The seven tribes that make up the Sioux Nation are now in a fight with federal and state officials, who deemed such checkpoints to be illegal.

A duty officer for the Cheyenne River Sioux told the Guardian Saturday that commercial and emergency vehicles will be allowed through the checkpoints, but nothing else. Some reservations have reportedly turned away bikers already."

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It will be pretty interesting to see all of the warriors on horseback and headdresses , chasing the Hell's Angels going through Sioux territory.
 

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Well now..wonder what will happen when the Native Americans decide to exercise their sovereignty? The Sioux have erected checkpoints at the Cheyenne River....turning the bikers back.

No so social distancing?


"A convoy consisting of thousands of bikers headed for a South Dakota rally will not be allowed to cross Cheyenne River Sioux checkpoints on their way to the event, according to a Native American spokesman.
The spokesman said Saturday that the band of travelers would be stopped on their way to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, in the name of preventing coronavirus from spreading any further.
The seven tribes that make up the Sioux Nation are now in a fight with federal and state officials, who deemed such checkpoints to be illegal.

A duty officer for the Cheyenne River Sioux told the Guardian Saturday that commercial and emergency vehicles will be allowed through the checkpoints, but nothing else. Some reservations have reportedly turned away bikers already."

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I guess they will have to find another way around the check points.
Maybe the Angels will just go straight through, and see if the Indians are tough enough to stop them?
 
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Well now..wonder what will happen when the Native Americans decide to exercise their sovereignty? The Sioux have erected checkpoints at the Cheyenne River....turning the bikers back.

No so social distancing?


"A convoy consisting of thousands of bikers headed for a South Dakota rally will not be allowed to cross Cheyenne River Sioux checkpoints on their way to the event, according to a Native American spokesman.
The spokesman said Saturday that the band of travelers would be stopped on their way to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, in the name of preventing coronavirus from spreading any further.
The seven tribes that make up the Sioux Nation are now in a fight with federal and state officials, who deemed such checkpoints to be illegal.

A duty officer for the Cheyenne River Sioux told the Guardian Saturday that commercial and emergency vehicles will be allowed through the checkpoints, but nothing else. Some reservations have reportedly turned away bikers already."

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It will be pretty interesting to see all of the warriors on horseback and headdresses , chasing the Hell's Angels going through Sioux territory.
More likely you'd see .30/30's and ATV's.
 

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Well now..wonder what will happen when the Native Americans decide to exercise their sovereignty? The Sioux have erected checkpoints at the Cheyenne River....turning the bikers back.

No so social distancing?


"A convoy consisting of thousands of bikers headed for a South Dakota rally will not be allowed to cross Cheyenne River Sioux checkpoints on their way to the event, according to a Native American spokesman.
The spokesman said Saturday that the band of travelers would be stopped on their way to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, in the name of preventing coronavirus from spreading any further.
The seven tribes that make up the Sioux Nation are now in a fight with federal and state officials, who deemed such checkpoints to be illegal.

A duty officer for the Cheyenne River Sioux told the Guardian Saturday that commercial and emergency vehicles will be allowed through the checkpoints, but nothing else. Some reservations have reportedly turned away bikers already."

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I guess they will have to find another way around the check points.
Maybe the Angels will just go straight through, and see if the Indians are tough enough to stop them?
I'd bet they wouldnt try that. No protection for them on tribal lands.
 

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The blanket asses didn't fare too well back in the day when they tried keep out the Cowboys.
I expect the Indian's won't do any better when they tangle with the Bikers. ... :cool:
They sure killed alot of the US military. A couple of punks on bikes shouldnt be too hard to mop up.
 

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Well now..wonder what will happen when the Native Americans decide to exercise their sovereignty? The Sioux have erected checkpoints at the Cheyenne River....turning the bikers back.

No so social distancing?


"A convoy consisting of thousands of bikers headed for a South Dakota rally will not be allowed to cross Cheyenne River Sioux checkpoints on their way to the event, according to a Native American spokesman.
The spokesman said Saturday that the band of travelers would be stopped on their way to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, in the name of preventing coronavirus from spreading any further.
The seven tribes that make up the Sioux Nation are now in a fight with federal and state officials, who deemed such checkpoints to be illegal.

A duty officer for the Cheyenne River Sioux told the Guardian Saturday that commercial and emergency vehicles will be allowed through the checkpoints, but nothing else. Some reservations have reportedly turned away bikers already."

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So far, the bikers are just going around like they are told to. Not a big deal.
 

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Well now..wonder what will happen when the Native Americans decide to exercise their sovereignty? The Sioux have erected checkpoints at the Cheyenne River....turning the bikers back.

No so social distancing?


"A convoy consisting of thousands of bikers headed for a South Dakota rally will not be allowed to cross Cheyenne River Sioux checkpoints on their way to the event, according to a Native American spokesman.
The spokesman said Saturday that the band of travelers would be stopped on their way to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, in the name of preventing coronavirus from spreading any further.
The seven tribes that make up the Sioux Nation are now in a fight with federal and state officials, who deemed such checkpoints to be illegal.

A duty officer for the Cheyenne River Sioux told the Guardian Saturday that commercial and emergency vehicles will be allowed through the checkpoints, but nothing else. Some reservations have reportedly turned away bikers already."

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I laugh
It was heepum big trouble every time they fucked with us before.
Bikers heading for Sturgis, yeah that should go well for Mr. And Mrs. Squaw.
 

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The blanket asses didn't fare too well back in the day when they tried keep out the Cowboys.
I expect the Indian's won't do any better when they tangle with the Bikers. ... :cool:
They sure killed alot of the US military. A couple of punks on bikes shouldnt be too hard to mop up.

You are fake history.
 

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The blanket asses didn't fare too well back in the day when they tried keep out the Cowboys.
I expect the Indian's won't do any better when they tangle with the Bikers. ... :cool:
They sure killed alot of the US military. A couple of punks on bikes shouldnt be too hard to mop up.

You are fake history.
I bet the Hells Angels dont think so. Thats why they are doing exactly what they were told to do.
 

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