As armed, anti-government protesters continued to occupy a remote wildlife refuge in Oregon, Twitter had no shortage of commentators assessing the situation.

“If you’re occupying with guns, it’s terrorism,” one observer tweeted.

“Unless you’re left-wing, then it’s ‘social justice,'” another offered.

The group, called Citizens for Constitutional Freedom, said it was protesting to protect land rights and oppose the policies of the federal Bureau of Land Management.

The occupiers remained 30 miles from the nearest town, Burns, having taken over Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. The situation began Saturday after a protest in support of father-and-son ranchers Dwight and Steven Hammond, who were sent back to prison Monday to serve the remainder of five-year sentences for committing arson on public land.

“The wildlife refuge has been a tool that government has used for many years to take the land and resources away from the people,” Ammon Bundy, a leader of the armed takeover, told “CBS This Morning.”

“The people of this county are being abused and they’re being prosecuted because they’re not willing to sell to the federal government, and it’s just one of those things that just cannot continue.”

The FBI was monitoring the situation.

Although some called the group “terrorists,” Bundy told CNN: “We have no intentions of using force upon anyone, [but] if force is used against us, we would defend ourselves.”

Here are 22 of the tweets commenting on the situation, including Bundy’s, as of Monday evening: