You’ve probably seen the breathless reporting on a Trump supporter in Utah who was gunned down by the FBI during a pre-dawn raid on Wednesday.
We’re being told that the deceased made online threats against Joe Biden and other prominent Democrats on his Facebook page. His neighbors tell a different story, however. They say that Craig Robertson was a morbidly obese, sweet, 75-year-old man who posed absolutely no threat to anyone. He was too frail, sick and old to be a threat to anybody. The FBI killed him. Does everybody see what’s happening here?
This entire case against Craig Robertson stinks. Robertson could barely walk with a cane, and he had a disabled son at home who he cared for.
“There’s no way that he was driving from here to Salt Lake City, setting up a rifle and taking a shot at the president — 100% no way,” said neighbor Andrew Maunder.
As soon as the FBI gunned him down, the media was given full access to a series of gory Facebook posts in which Robertson allegedly made threats to Joe Biden, Alvin Bragg, Kamala Harris, Merrick Garland and other prominent Democrats. The reason why that is so suspicious is because there have been rumors swirling for a while now about an unnamed Artificial Intelligence (AI) software that the CIA and FBI are using.
If the FBI takes you down, the AI can write an entire series of social media posts in seconds. Since the FBI and the CIA are directly tied into Facebook, they can just post a bunch of fake claims and threats in your historical timeline to make it look like you’ve always been a dangerous nutjob. They used to be equally tied into Twitter, but Elon Musk has unplugged a lot of their access since he took over. (Note that Robertson didn’t post anything on Twitter.)
These are some direct quotes from Robertson’s Facebook page:
“I HEAR BIDEN IS COMING TO UTAH. DIGGING OUT MY OLD GHILLE SUIT AND CLEANING THE DUST OFF THE M24 SNIPER RIFLE. WELCOM, BUFFOON-IN-CHIEF!”
“Hey FBI, you still monitoring my social media? Checking so I can be sure to have a loaded gun handy in case you drop by again.”
Robertson posted a picture of a handgun with the caption, “Merrick Garland eradication tool.”
When President Trump was indicted in New York in Alvin Bragg’s fake case, Robertson wrote, “Heading to New York to fulfill my dream of iradicating [sic] another…two-but political hach [sic] DAs. I want to stand over Bragg and put a nice hole in his forehead with my 9mm and watch him twitch as a drop of blood oozes from the hole as his life ebbs away to hell!!”
No one talks like that. The whole thing sounds like a caricature of what leftists think Trump supporters sound like. Yet the FBI described those alleged threats as “credible.”
Not surprisingly, the FBI never investigated any of the death threats and threats of violence that were made on cable news all the time while Donald Trump was president. The FBI didn’t kick in Mad Maxine Waters’ front door and flashbang her in her bathrobe.
Among the prominent Democrats who threatened murder and violence against Donald Trump were Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder, Maxine Waters, Mitch McConnell, Elizabeth Warren, Nancy Pelosi, Cory Booker, Alec Baldwin, Chrissy Tiegen, George Clooney, Chelsea Handler, Robert De Niro, Lena Dunham, Eminem, Madonna, Ashley Judd, Lady Gaga… we could keep going, but you get the point. The FBI never visited any of them for making death threats against a sitting president.
And why was the FBI investigating Craig Robertson at all? Death threats against presidents are always handled by the Secret Service under normal circumstances. People say dumb and mean and threatening things online all the time. The Secret Service then pays them a visit, no one ever gets shot, and they determine that in the vast majority of cases, people are just spouting off on the internet.
Craig Robertson’s alleged posts all sound fake. All of his neighbors say he was gentle, elderly, fat, crippled, and no threat to anyone. The FBI showed up at his door and killed him, rather than Robertson receiving a peaceful yet forceful chat with the Secret Service. Everything about this case stinks to high heaven.