NEW: Neighbor releases video of FBI raid that led to the death of Craig Robertson after threats against Biden
· Aug 10, 2023 ·

First the video, then the details:

We don't know much about what happened during this raid on 75-year old Craig Robertson in Provo, Utah on Wednesday morning.

From The Guardian:

Special agents were trying to serve a warrant on the home of Craig Deleeuw Robertson in Provo, south of Salt Lake City, when the shooting happened at 6.15am, the FBI said in a statement.

That's how you serve a warrant? With a full SWAT team at 6 in the morning??

We do know that Robertson posted a lot of Facebook statuses about assassinating Joe Biden and liked to post pics of himself in combat gear.

So you've got a lone older guy with no social followers yelling on the internet and you have to send in SWAT with flash bangs??

I don't want to be too harsh here, but Robertson doesn't strike me as an elite operator/assassin. He seems like a slightly antisocial man with an off-color sense of humor that translates even more poorly (VERY POORLY) on social media.

Yeesh. That's some dark stuff, and it definitely warrants engagement by law enforcement.

I don't want to say he was LARPing ("Live Action Role Playing," a derogatory term used to describe guys who collect lots of guns and act tough but have no idea what combat looks like), but it certainly comes off that way at first glance.

If Robertson had millions of social followers and, say, caused a massive riot in downtown NYC...

...then I would understand why the FBI was concerned about his calls to violence.

But to me, this smacks of both the ineptitude and grandstanding we've seen with federal agencies in recent years. I could be wrong, so take this with a grain of salt, but remember, this is the same DOJ/FBI that sent a SWAT team to kick in the door of a Catholic dad of 7 who bruised the tailbone of a violent pro-abortion activist who physically harassed his son.

The current regime is in stormtrooper mode: Kicking down doors as a show of force to prove to all us domestic extremists that they are powerful and in charge.

(When they use this level of force with tactics like this it actually shows the opposite.)

Ask yourself this: If the FBI had been watching this guy for a while and had concerns, why show up with a truck and heavily-armed agents at his house? Why not make an arrest or bring him in for questioning while, say, he walks to church every Sunday?

Regarding the "battering ram," look at the damage to the front of the house:

The timing and method is odd, especially since Robertson had gotten a visit from the FBI and seemed to be aware that the FBI had made him a person of interest!

I'm not condoning statements like that, but I have to wonder why things happened they way they did. This guy wasn't out waving a gun and making threats in the street: He was at home, at 6 a.m., when a small army of officers shows up to arrest him.

I hate to speculate that our federal law enforcement is going around looking for conservative-leaning men, especially Trump supporters, that they can use as examples to support the current regime's narrative, but then we get headlines like this:

This smacks of the same confusing narrative as the Las Vegas shooter, but with the FBI being as transparent as mud, we shouldn't expect answers soon.

"In accordance with FBI policy, the shooting incident is under review by the FBI's Inspection Division," the FBI said.

Ah, okay.

Maybe my gut instinct is wrong. Maybe this wasn't a show of force by the regime to use the stormtroopers to make an example out of someone as a way of pushing a narrative. Maybe it's coincidental that they tried to arrest this guy right before Biden visited Utah instead of months ago. Maybe Robertson pulled a gun on them and had truly disturbing, violent plans.

But until the American people start getting answers, distrust of the FBI - and every other agency - is only going to grow as Americans watch their president and his allies weaponize the government against them.

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