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SHOCKER: Oklahoma Woman Raided by the FBI for Posting a Meme

The FBI raided a woman’s home in Oklahoma over a meme.  Rather than supporting the first amendment, the FBI is acting against it. 

The Oklahoma Patriot shared the following story on Substack.  Below are portions of his story:

In June of 2022, I was contacted by the FBI to come talk to them. I assumed it was about my involvement in election integrity. I refused to talk to them. I told them I would not talk to them as it appeared they were in the business of framing people.

On September 12, 2022, my home was raided by the FBI. Several black SUVs were in my driveway and had 15-20 FBI agents armed to the max with AR-15s at my door demanding it be opened. My home was being raided over a meme. I sat on my front porch with my husband in our pajama’s for over 30 minutes while the armed agents went through every room and closet in my house. This continued for another hour or so while my husband and I were questioned. One of the first questions I was asked was “Do you watch Fox News?”. Later I was asked “Are you a Christian?”. When I explained the meaning of the meme, one of the agents laughed. He also asked me why I was working on Oklahoma elections given the fraud in other states and why I didn’t volunteer in those states. He also repeatedly said “our politics are very close”. I took that to mean he was a “Never Trump RINO”…

…The Gestapo FBI refused to give me a copy of the affidavit, so I do not know who the affiant is. I do know there are at least 3 falsehoods in the affidavit that was used to raid my home. First, is the lie that I posted the memes to Telegram anonymously, second, that I threatened to kill Joe Biden and third that I was engaging in cyber stalking. Whoever the affiant is, they should be scared as lying to the FBI is a felony. In a proper country they would have already been arrested.

I got an attorney to represent me a month after the raid. He went back and forth with the Assistant US Attorney for the Northern District of Oklahoma for months. At the end of March 2023 my attorney informed me that the DOJ was going to offer me a deferred prosecution agreement. I was furious. I told him to let them know to go ahead and file charges on me because there was no way in hell, I was going to agree to that. A week later my attorney told me they agreed to drop the case and return my belongings. When I asked my attorney why they changed their mind he said, “I told them not to charge you”. This is very bizarre. Do defense attorneys normally do this?

When the FBI seizes phones, laptops and other electronic devices, they must get a second search warrant to open them. When I finally got my devices back (2 phones, 2 laptops, an Ipad and 2 thumb drives) only one phone had been removed from the evidence bag. This indicates the judge only gave them the authority to look at the one phone.

The Oklahoma Patriot shared more and then went on to discover payments to Shi Company, owned by a rich Chinese American who donates heavily to Chinese universities.

Robin Carder shared her experience on Conservative Daily.

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