A Colorado conservative activist had her front door smashed in and her children roughed up by federal agents conducting a surprise paramilitary raid after she criticized liberal policies in local schools and claimed election irregularities.
Despite bashing in her door, handcuffing her and her husband and pointing loaded weapons at her kids, Sherronna Bishop of Grand Junction, Colorado is not currently charged with of any crime.
Bishop was home with her husband and three kids, ages 8, 10 and 18, on the morning on Nov. 16 when she heard her front door being smashed apart by a battering ram.
An army of federal agents rushed in, pointing weapons at the children. Her oldest daughter was dragged across the floor as she was handcuffed.
Agents then ransacked Bishop’s home – even though she was never accused of any crime and has no charges filed against her.
The paramilitary raid appears to be linked to an order by Biden Attorney General Merrick Garland for federal agents to focus resources on stifling criticism of radical leftist policies in local schools – even though the National Association of School Boards, which originally made the request, has since renounced it.
“Besides being a frequent attendee at her local school board meetings, Bishop has also been active in the voter integrity movement in her state and locality,” WorldNetDaily reports. “She runs the website Americasmom.net, and on that site she features an article and video under the title We the Parents: How Did We Get Here?”
Nowhere on Bishop’s website does she endorse or call for violence or any illegal activity.
Bishop helped review election results in Mesa County, Colorado, where the election administrator is accused of illegally sharing information. A search warrant left behind by agents claims Bishop is suspected of “intentional damage to a protected computer, wire fraud and conspiracy to cause damage to a protected computer.” Bishop does not appear to be involved in any illegal activity and a low-level non-violence offense does not warrant a surprise paramilitary raid.
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