MESA COUNTY, CO – The home of Sherronna Bishop, conservative activist (www.americasmom.net) and former campaign manager for US Representative Lauren Boebert, was recently attacked by the FBI, where both the bishop and the authorities painted completely different pictures of how and why The Colorado resident’s home was entered and searched.
On the one hand, Bishop has argued that she is merely being harassed for being an outspoken opponent of COVID-19 pandemic restrictions and electoral integrity; on the other hand, authorities claim that Bishop may have in some way been involved in the theft of election data in Mesa County.
So much is clear: On Tuesday, November 16, FBI agents presented a search warrant in Bishop’s home, entered the residence, and proceeded to conduct a search. At the time, Bishop and her family were there, including her husband and three of her four children. But the details of the raid and the interaction between the FBI agents and the Bishop family vary greatly from there.
Bishop shared her version of how the events unfolded that day with Brannon Howse, president and founder of the Worldview Weekend Broadcast Network, in which she portrayed herself as a dedicated mother who was persecuted for speaking out at local school board meetings against COVID-19 , who disguised mandates, in addition to her belief that the 2020 election was “stolen” from former President Donald Trump over alleged election fraud.
Bishop claims that FBI agents at. 9.30 that morning used a rambuk to open her front door, after which they burst in and handcuffed both her and her husband; in addition, she said that an agent “man-treated” his 18-year-old daughter by pulling her up a flight of stairs by her hoodie.
“Something was knocked on my door. I did not really know what to think, I first thought it might be some neighbor kids,” she said. “They knocked violently, and then it hit me that it was the FBI. I took my kids to their bedrooms. They used a rambuk to knock my door down, they hit me hard. And then I kept searching and going through my whole home. ”
Sherronna Bishop – [Listen to the Interview]
No reason for the raid – which saw FBI agents searching the entire house – was given, Bishop said, although agents left papers related to the ruling as they went, which she said she was involved in, “intentional damage to a protected computer, cable fraud and conspiracy to cause damage to a protected computer.”
Bishop, however, claims that she did nothing wrong and that she was unfairly targeted by US Attorney General Merrick Garland, who issued a memorandum in October aimed at parents who “threats” to school board members after a letter written to the chairman requested that they be treated as potential “domestic terrorists.”
“I have been available and transparent to any organization that has wanted to speak to me, and I have even initiated a briefing in September with officials in Mesa County and the DA’s office to present election information,” Bishop said. “Although I have done much to be transparent about my views, the Biden administration’s DOJ [Department of Justice] has put an end to its threat to start terrorizing parents who dare to speak out for their children and challenge electoral integrity. ”
Sherronna Bishop – [Listen to the Interview]
But in a radically different expression, the FBI claims that the raid was merely part of a series of search warrants carried out in connection with illegally leaked data from Mesa County, Colorado related to the 2020 presidential election, which was then reversed. over to what they described as QAnon conspiracy theorists.
Copies of Mesa County’s voting machine hard drives were unveiled as part of Mike Lindell’s cyber symposium in August as part of his ongoing – and currently unsuccessful – efforts to prove alleged voter fraud that cost former President Donald Trump another term in the White House.
On November 16, the FBI raided the home of Colorado Electoral Secretary Tina Peters in connection with the leak; the same day, the homes of three of Peters’ employees – which the FBI says includes Sherronna Bishop – were also searched. The bishop’s alleged role, if any, in any Mesa County campaign data leak is currently unknown.
At present, none of the people whose homes were searched have yet been charged with any crime, although authorities say the investigation is ongoing.
Bishop’s allegations that federal agents used a rambuk to gain access to her home and that she and her husband were handcuffed have not yet been processed by authorities; moreover, the Tina Peters Legal Defense Fund has claimed that all four persons whose homes were raided on 16 November were subjected to such treatment.
“Large teams of heavily armed federal agents who used a rambuk 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,” claimed the fund.
However, Mesa County District Attorney Dan Rubinstein and Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser rejected the claim that the searches involved a significant use of force and stressed that they were legally approved by a judge.
“At no time was force used on Mrs Peters or her home, ”said a joint statement from their offices. “Miss Peters was allowed to move around her home and make breakfast for herself while the agents collected items before departure.
Bishop ended the interview by saying that she is convinced that the raid was to scare her and ‘shut up’ for her support of Tina Peters, who Bishop says is one of the only elected officials in America who has ‘hard evidence’ of what she claims Dominion Voting Systems and the Secretary of State in Colorado have done to interfere in the election, citing 29,000 deleted election logs that Peters undertook to back up before and after a system update was performed, a she says that removed files was her job to make sure they remained safe.
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