Within days of Tucker Carlson’s interview with Donald Trump on Twitter/X, it is now the most-watched interview in human history, with over 255 million views. Tucker asked Trump a chilling question during the interview. Following years of protests, the fake Russia hoax, two failed impeachments and now four indictments, isn’t the next step for them to simply kill President Trump?
It’s a chilling question because the FBI has been on a killing spree in the month of August, carrying out what look like targeted political assassinations against Americans and Trump supporters in particular.
We’ve already reported on the first incident in which this happened. 75-year-old Craig Robertson was a disabled veteran and beloved churchgoer in Provo, Utah. He was the sole caretaker for his blind son. All of his neighbors loved him and said he was a valuable member of the community who is no danger to anyone. Robertson had to use a mobility scooter in the grocery store.
An FBI paramilitary hit squad arrived at Robertson’s home in a pre-dawn raid. The FBI claims that Robertson opened the door with a .357 Magnum in his hand and pointed it at them. They shot him dead. But is that what happened?
The FBI threw a flashbang grenade and a smoke bomb at Robertson’s feet before they killed him over Facebook posts that Joe Biden didn’t like. Did Robertson’ really point the gun at the FBI, or did he simply throw his hands up defensively as any person would do in that situation? The FBI won’t say, and the media is wildly incurious.
The agents then casually stood around chatting as the kind and elderly Trump support bled out underneath a blanket on his front sidewalk.
None of the FBI agents in the assassination wore bodycams, despite a 2022 executive order mandating visual recordings of all FBI raids.
Theodore Deschler was a 100% disabled veteran living with his mother in Henderson, Tennessee. When the FBI pounded on the front door and the mother answered it, they yanked her outside and put her in the back of a police vehicle. When she asked what was happening, they told her, “It’s none of your business.”
Agents then proceed to break every window in the home by throwing tear gas grenades and flash bangs inside. When Theodore Deschler, who suffers from severe PTSD and depression, tried to run out the front door to escape the smoke, agents shot him dead. He was unarmed and had no access to firearms. He left two bloody handprints on the front door, which is what you do when you don’t have a gun in your hand.
The only explanation from the FBI as to why they were even at the Deschler residence was because the 100% disabled veteran was described as “right wing,” which is FBI-speak for “a Trump supporter.” There was no bodycam footage of the incident.
I think it might be time for some of the veterans’ rights groups to start getting a little louder about this crap—very soon.
The third victim was 32-year-old Ahmed Assed, a largely harmless autistic Muslim man. He had been previously hospitalized for mental illness after he was found babbling in a public park (and not harming anyone). There’s no explanation at all for why the FBI shot him dead inside his family’s Albuquerque home, and obviously no bodycam footage. The family says there were no firearms in the home.
In Philadelphia, the FBI shot and killed an unarmed black man named Tahiem Weeks-Cook. Weeks-Cook was supposedly wanted on a robbery warrant. But do you know what’s really odd? No one has heard of Tahiem Weeks-Cook. When was the last time that a law enforcement agency shot and killed an unarmed black man and the media steadfastly refused to talk about it, let alone gin up race riots?
The FBI routinely arrests white cops in small towns for petty BS like sending each other “racist” jokes via text messages. But when the FBI shoots and kills an unarmed black man… well, that’s fine. Whatever. These things just happen sometimes. Naturally, the FBI has released no information on the killing of Weeks-Cook, and no one was wearing a body camera.
Not to worry, though. The FBI always investigates itself whenever it has an agent involved shooting, and it always finds its brave, heroic agents innocent of any wrongdoing.