Craig Deleeuw Robertson in Provo, south of Salt Lake City, was a 74-year-old man that officials are trying to make out to be the next Lee Harvey Oswald. With President Biden set to arrive in Salt Lake City later in the day on August 9th, officers from the FBI went to visit the now familiar man over threats he has been making online towards Biden.
So far, “unofficial” reports only say that they stopped by at 0615, and he was armed when he was shot down. As they weren’t supposed to be talking, these reports are confidential, and the people who gave them are unnamed.
In a posting from Robertson, he said that he heard Biden would be visiting Utah. With such an opportunity, he was getting ready to pull out the camouflage suit, as well as “cleaning the dust off the M24 sniper rifle.” This was just one of the various threatening posts from the senior, with many of them targeting public officials. Openly calling himself a “MAGA Trumper” and declaring an undying allegiance to the man, he was well aware of his status with the FBI.
Just the day before, Robertson was charged under seal, with three felony counts against him, including threatening the president and FBI officials who he knew had been investigating his postings on social media. He also threatened Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, and New York Attorney General Letitia James.
Robertson had threatened Bragg on Trump’s own Truth Social platform, and it got him banned as a result. His claims to be in a parking garage for the courthouse…
Neighbors described him as frail and unimposing. He was widely known for being a master woodworker and as a pillar of the community. Frequently seen walking with the assistance of a walking stick he had hand carved; many knew him as the textbook definition of the liberal’s favorite term boomer. They knew he was political and off-color with his jokes but never a threat.
Andrew Maunder talked of his love for guns and how he carried them proudly. Like others in the neighborhood, he never saw him as a threat. “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.”
Court documents showed FBI officials visited him following his Truth Social ban. He told them there was no threat, and he simply had shared one of his dreams. He demanded if they wanted to come back, they would need to return with a warrant. Documents also noted he was sporting a pro-Trump hat and a lapel pin designed like an AR-15, and they have ticked every box of the liberal’s latest guide to classifying someone as a racist.
This kind of overzealous and threatening action against good Americans for exercising their First Amendment rights while supported by the Second is not illegal. The man was severely lacking in physical capacity, and an argument could also be made about his mental health status, given his recent actions. Either way, serving a 0615 warrant with sealed charges to bring him in is incredibly serious.
As much as a note of understanding for taking him by surprise is there, as a senior, he’s less likely to resist or even provide proper resistance should he choose to do so. Instead, he would have been little more than a speed bump to even a pair of half-witted Boy Scouts. Yet they still gunned him down faster than a SWAT standoff.
This is the kind of story that should be shared nationally. With the lamestream media doing everything they can to keep it in the shadows, our fellow Americans need to keep a watchful eye open. This is a very slippery, dangerous, and treacherous path for our nation to go down. Allowing actions like these to happen with no real repercussions will ultimately cost us all.