G. McConway
August 10, 2023

FBI Takes Out Man Who Threatened to Kill Alvin Bragg, Joe Biden

When stupid people say stupid things, they find out how the FAFO scale will treat them.

In the case of Craig Deleeuw Robertson, it was not very kind.

After making multiple threats online to kill Joe Biden and Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, the FBI paid Robertson a visit.

Robertson did not make it out of the house alive.

Crazy Man

Robertson allegedly made online threats against Joe Biden for his trip to Utah, even challenging authorities to show up at his home.

Well, they did, and Robertson reportedly told them his comments were about a dream, not something he had planned on doing. If they wanted to talk to him further, they needed to come back with a warrant.

According to the reports, Robertson owns a sniper rifle and a ghillie suit, which is what snipers use when they are stalking their targets.

I don't know if this man was serious, looking for attention, or just hoping to go down in a blaze of glory, but he clearly deserved to be investigated.

On the morning of Joe Biden's planned visit, the FBI raided his home at 6:15 a.m., which resulted in shots being fired, and Robertson, an alleged Trump supporter, was shot and killed.

The charging documents stated that Robertson had "intent to kill, at a minimum, D.A. Bragg and President Joe Biden."

The FBI stated, "The Secret Service is aware of the FBI investigation involving an individual in Utah who has exhibited threats towards a protectee.

"While we always remain in close coordination with our law enforcement partners, this is an FBI-led effort and we would refer any related questions to the FBI."

From the reports I read to this point, this man was out of his mind, but the fact he had on a Trump hat when FBI agents initially wanted to talk to him is what the media and Democrats are going to focus on, you can bank on that.

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