Craig Robertson, a resident of Utah, met a fatal end when he was shot by FBI agents. Prior to this unfortunate event, Robertson had made alarming online threats, targeting President Biden and other prominent Democrats.
Notably, Robertson was known for his unwavering support of former President Donald Trump, his service as an Air Force veteran, his advocacy for the Second Amendment, and his role as a devoted father to three adult children.
According to reports, Craig Robertson, a 75-year-old individual, was allegedly armed when federal agents arrived at his residence in Provo, located south of Salt Lake City. The agents were there to serve an arrest warrant and a search warrant for his home.
This incident occurred at approximately 6:15 a.m., mere hours before President Biden’s scheduled visit to the state. In a tragic turn of events, Robertson, who was set to face charges of interstate threats, a threat against the president, and influencing, impeding, and retaliating against federal law enforcement officers by threat, was assassinated.
In an online post on Sunday, a self-proclaimed “Wizard Trumper” and registered Republican expressed their anticipation for President Biden’s rumored visit to Utah. The individual shared their intention to prepare for the occasion by retrieving their camouflage hunting suit and cleaning their M24 sniper rifle.
In a series of photos shared on his social media profiles, Robertson proudly displayed his extensive collection of firearms. Describing himself as a “Vietnam Air Force-era vet, retired welding inspector, gunman, and carpenter,” he showcased his passion for weaponry to his online followers. In a noteworthy revelation, the individual in question proudly identifies as a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association (NRA), a prominent organization advocating for gun rights.
Additionally, they possess a profound understanding of the Second Amendment as a legal practitioner specializing in firearms law. Notably, this individual’s extensive collection of firearms includes numerous AR rifles, alongside an assortment of rifles, shotguns, and pistols. In echoing the words of Patrick Henry, I too declare: “Grant me liberty or grant him death.”
The veteran, in a statement, added. In a striking display of personal style, the individual’s Facebook profile photo showcased a captivating image. The subject was captured donning a helmet, goggles, and a protective cover, all while confidently aiming a pistol equipped with a vibrant green laser sight.
In another striking image, the subject was captured firmly grasping a formidable rifle, exuding an air of authority and power. Additionally, a separate photograph showcased a comprehensive display of the individual’s entire arsenal, providing a glimpse into the breadth and variety of their weaponry. In a stunning turn of events, the situation has now become aligned.
According to Travis Lee Clark, a community member who had worked with Robertson in the local church hall, it has been reported that he possessed a collection of at least 20 guns. However, Clark noted that this was not an uncommon occurrence in the area. According to Clark, Robertson was described as a “established icon” within his neighborhood and was known to openly express his political views.
According to the individual, the person in question was a member of the baby boomer generation and held strong political views. Additionally, they occasionally made inappropriate jokes, although nothing that suggested any potential danger. The individual also mentioned that the person was physically weak and in poor health.
According to reports, on Facebook, Robertson frequently shared political posts in which he detailed his desire to cause harm to Democrats, including President Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and prosecutors involved in cases against former President Trump. In a Facebook post dated September 2022, Robertson allegedly wrote, “The time is right for a presidential assassination or two.”
In a surprising turn of events, Joe has been succeeded by Kamala. In a series of alarming statements, the individual in question has reportedly issued threats towards prominent figures involved in the legal proceedings against former President Donald Trump.
Among those targeted are Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, US Attorney General Merrick Garland, and New York Attorney General Letitia James. These individuals currently hold key roles in overseeing the ongoing cases related to Trump’s legal affairs. In a rather unsettling post made in February, the individual known as Roberston shared a vivid dream involving a dark corner of a parking lot in Washington DC.
In this dream, Roberston claimed to have found themselves standing over the body of United States Attorney General Merrick Garland. Notably, Roberston described a bullet positioned precisely in the center of Garland’s forehead, emphasizing this detail by writing the entire post in capital letters. In the individual’s possession was a silenced Smith & Wesson M&P 9mm handgun, with wisps of smoke emanating from the barrel.
In a subsequent statement, he detailed his intentions towards Bragg. In a strongly worded statement, the individual expressed their desire to confront Bragg, emphasizing their intention to use a 9mm firearm. They vividly described their intention to witness Bragg’s reaction as a single drop of blood emerges from the resulting wound, symbolizing the decline of his existence.
Following a tip-off regarding Robertson’s online threats, the FBI initiated an attack on the office in question. In a recent inquiry, the user reached out to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to inquire about the status of their social media monitoring activities. In a recent post, the individual expressed their intention to keep a loaded gun readily accessible, should you make another appearance.
According to neighbors, Robertson, who was the subject of detailed and gruesome postings, was described as a frail and elderly man who relied on a cane. They did not perceive him as someone they considered to be dangerous. In a recent statement, neighbor Andrew Maunder emphatically denied any intention of embarking on a journey from his current location to Salt Lake City, where he allegedly planned to set up a rifle and target the president.
Maunder categorically stated that there is absolutely no possibility of him carrying out such an act, emphasizing his strong conviction against it. Deten, a notable individual, embarked on a journey to Utah on Wednesday. The purpose of this visit is to fulfill a scheduled visit to a Veterans Affairs Hospital located in Salt Lake City.
This anticipated event is set to take place on Thursday. According to reports, it appears that Robertson has spent his entire life residing in Utah. According to the local Fox station, it has been reported that he graduated from Orem High School in 1966 and subsequently enlisted in the Air Force in 1970. According to his LinkedIn account, he attended both the Trade School and Brigham Young University in Provo.
After an impressive career spanning 45 years as a structural steel and welding inspector, he decided to embark on a new venture. Introducing “Craig’s Custom Woods, LLC,” his very own business that focused on creating exquisite custom millwork designs.
This information was shared by the individual on their LinkedIn profile. In a surprising turn of events, the stick itself has become the center of attention. In a serendipitous encounter, the 75-year-old woman crossed paths with his first wife, Carol Ann Harrison, during their time as students at Brigham Young University.
According to Harrison’s 2019 obituary, they were married in February 1971 and had three children – two boys and one girl – before their divorce in 1986.In May 1988, Robertson entered into matrimony for the second time, tying the knot with Jackie Christensen Robertson, marking a significant milestone two years after his previous marriage.
According to her obituary, Jackie, who had no children, passed away in April 2008 at the age of 58.According to online profiles, it has been revealed that Robertson’s two sons currently reside in Utah, while his daughter has pursued a career as an attorney in Virginia.
According to state records, the individual, identified as a father of three, faced charges of disorderly conduct in 1998. The accused entered a plea of no contest in response to the charges. No further information regarding the charge was provided.The shooting death of Robertson is currently under review by the FBI’s Inspection Division.