by Travis Gettys, Raw Story
An Idaho man who has joined the armed occupation of a federal nature preserve challenged New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to a sumo wrestling match after the Republican presidential candidate criticized the militants.
Kelly Gneiting wore a sumo loincloth, or mawashi, and stood before a Gadsden flag set up at the Malheur National Wildlife Preserve to record a short video that was posted Saturday on YouTube.
Gneitling, of Rigby, jokingly referred to himself as Christie’s older brother to taunt the governor — who had angered militants by saying he believed law enforcement should disperse to end their three-week-long occupation of federal property…
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(Note: Kelly Gneiting had already left the compound a few days ago as of 01/28/16 to attend to family matters.)