The corrupt FBI has raided the homes of several individuals connected to Colorado GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert, including Mesa County Clerk and Recorder, Tina Peters.
On the morning of November 16th, the Federal Bureau of Investigation executed search warrants on four different locations in western Colorado.
Mesa County District Attorney Dan Rubinstein has reported that the state attorney general’s office and local authorities were involved in the searches, which took place in both Mesa County and Garfield County. The raids were part of an investigation into so-called election security breaches.
Tina Peters released a statement via her legal defense fund the next morning, which read:
“Today large teams of heavily armed federal agents, using a battering ram to break down doors, raided the homes of Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters and several of her friends and colleagues, mostly elderly women in their mid 60s. This is a level of weaponization of the Justice Department we haven’t seen since the McCarthy era. Thank God Tina wasn’t protesting critical race theory at a Virginia school board meeting or they might have brought two battering rams.”
Peters spoke about the raid on Lindell TV, which is run by MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell.
“The FBI raided my home at 6 a.m. this morning, accusing me of committing a crime. And they raided the homes of my friends, mostly older women. I was terrified,” she said.
According to Peters, authorities searched her house for “about three hours” and “took all of my electronics,” including her phone.
Alongside Peters, the home of Lauren Boebert’s former campaign manager, Sherronna Bishop, was also searched.
NBC 11 News reports:
“Peters and her associates are being investigated for an alleged security breach involving elections equipment in Mesa County earlier this year. Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold’s office is conducting an internal investigation of Peters, as well as the FBI, 21st Judicial District Attorney’s office, and the Colorado Attorney General’s office who are conducting a criminal investigation of Peters.”
A joint statement on the matter has been released by Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser and Mesa County District Attorney Dan Rubinstein, which read:
“Yesterday, the 21st Judicial District Attorney’s Office and the Colorado Attorney General’s Office—along with our FBI partners—conducted authorized enforcement actions in support of an ongoing investigation into the alleged election system breach in Mesa County. We have reviewed a statement from Tina Peters’ legal defense fund that claims a level of force during the execution of this joint federal-state law enforcement operation. At no time was force used on Ms. Peters or her home. Ms. Peters was allowed to move around her home and fix herself breakfast while agents gathered items before departing. We are issuing this statement to clear up inaccuracies about what occurred during yesterday’s enforcement action. We will continue to conduct a thorough investigation based on facts and the law, including using proper law enforcement tools such as the judicially authorized search that was executed properly in this matter.”