In the modern adaption of the pretended sequel to Orwell’s Animal Farm, a group of humans have retaken the farm from the ideological grip of the ruling pigs and relocated the franchise to California.
As a result of the tumultuous nature of the revolution, the farm’s owner has taken extra precautions to ensure that humanity remains at the apex of the food chain.
In reality, the current legal bureaucratic mechanism has extended the tendrils of policy and precedent to an 83-year-old pig farmer in Fresno, California. Bill Gaede of Squaw Valley, was recently sentenced to 3 years of probation and ordered by the court to liquidate his collection of firearms and ammunition, stemming from misdemeanor charge of carrying a concealed gun without a permit under the front seat of his pickup. The enthralling narrative is a stark reminder that a lack of attention to detail can lead to dire consequences, including the termination of personal liberties.
Gaede has vowed to continue exercise his Second Amendment rights to protect his land, family and animals, citing that the surrounding area has become infested by drug abusers and criminals. Squaw Valley is a rural community located 25 miles east of Fresno.
The grizzled farmer is no stranger to public controversy. In 2002, he downed a tree trunk on his property that many believed represented a religious figure.