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Sherronna Bishop FBI Raid Update by Lauren Poubert

On November 16, a The FBI raided the home of Mesa County Clerk Tina PetersAmong the elected officials who have vigorously defended false allegations of election fraud, National headlines. So, too, what he claimed Horror stories about the ordeal It shared MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and an ally of Donald Trump – an account denied by both Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser and 21st District Attorney Dan Rubinstein.

Far less attention has been paid to the FBI’s simultaneous search for the home in Sylt that belonged to Sherona Bishop, former campaign manager for the US Representative Lauren Poubert. Bishop, one of Peters’ three associates whose homes have been searched in connection with Election data leak, Tell Westward that the feds used a pestering ram to enter her home and terrorized her children while refusing to say why they invaded her privacy. In her words: “This is an unprecedented day in America.”

Bishop is a controversial figure, as evidenced by Our post in October 2020 About an ABC News report revealing that she praised the far-right and neo-fascist group Proud Boys in a Facebook video in 2019, and featured a quote from Boebert during her May 2020 appearance on the “QAnon-friendly podcast,” according to ABC. “Everything I’ve heard about Q, I hope it’s true,” said Buber. “Because it just means that America is getting stronger and better, and that people are returning to conservative values.”

When we reached out to Bishop for comment on this report, she sent us a photo of herself taking a bite of a large food item and holding a glass of beer at an Oktoberfest event.

Most recently, Bishop collaborated with Peters on Searching for the Truth, a September online event sponsored by Andrew Womack Ministries in Woodland Park, which was Lawsuit filed by the State of Colorado last year for refusing to adhere to COVID-19 safety protocols. (The organization was twice Announcing the outbreak site by Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment.) The illusion that Trump was unjustly robbed of a second term in office was the main theme, as seen in the video below:
in contact with Westward About the raid via text message, Bishop began introducing herself: “My name is Sherona Bishop, founder of America mom. As an active mother, I have been an outspoken supporter of parental rights and unmasking children in our schools.”

On the morning of November 16, I continued, “While teaching my young children, the FBI along with Mesa County Detective Matthew Stroy [his name is actually Michael Struwe] I decided it was necessary to open the front door with a coarse plunger and handcuff while they trampled on my house terrifying my family. My young children were present and watched all of this happen. My daughter was pulled over by an FBI agent with her head covering.”

According to Bishop, “I repeatedly asked why and was denied an answer while they ‘cleaned’ my house. It remains unclear to me why the FBI and DA of Mesa County, Dan Rubinstein, believes such force is necessary.”

Bishop said she was “available and transparent to any organization that wanted to talk to me, even starting a briefing in September with Mesa County officials and the DA’s office to provide election information…although I’ve gone to great lengths to be transparent about my positions, the Biden administration’s Department of Justice [Department of Justice] She carried out her threat to begin terrorizing parents who dare speak out for their children and challenge the integrity of elections.”

Initially, Bishop provided no evidence to confirm the beating on the ram. But in late November 18, she posted the following video, in which she claims “Dan Rubinstein owes me a door”:
After Peters began criticizing law enforcement officials for their actions at her home, Weiser and Rubinstein jointly refuted her assertions on November 17. Federal Government Law Enforcement Operation.” Force was not used at any time with Ms. Peters or her home. Mrs. Peters was allowed to move into her home and prepare breakfast herself while clients were collecting things prior to departure…. We are issuing this statement to clarify inaccuracies regarding yesterday’s law enforcement action. We will continue to conduct a thorough investigation based on facts and law, including the use of appropriate law enforcement tools such as judicially authorized and properly executed research into this matter.”

After Bishop shared her claims with us, we reached out to both Rubinstein and the Colorado AG office. This office responded: “We disagree in how some described the law enforcement actions implemented earlier this week in Mesa and Garfield counties. This judicially authorized research was carried out in a professional and legal manner.”