FBI Shoots Air Force Veteran Accused of Making Biden Threats

The Air Force has confirmed that the 75-year-old Utah man was a former airman first class who died in a gunfight with FBI investigators on Wednesday. According to court records, FBI agents attempted to detain Craig Deleeuw Robertson after he threatened Vice President Joe Biden and other American politicians.

According to a U.S. Air Force spokeswoman, Robertson enrolled on February 2, 1970, during the Vietnam War, as a “metalworker helper”—a position that no longer exists. According to Air Force spokesperson Michael T. Dickerson, he served “four years or less” and was posted to Chanute Air Force Base, which was shut down in 1993.

According to his LinkedIn profile, Robertson was a structural steel and welding inspector in the private sector before retiring and switching to woodworking.

President Biden Commemorates PACT Act Anniversary in Utah Amidst FBI Shooting Controversy

After the former airman threatened President Joe Biden on Robertson’s Truth Social and Facebook sites, the FBI attempted to detain him at his home in Provo, Utah. According to a statement provided to Military Times by the FBI’s Salt Lake City field office, Robertson was shot and died at 6:15 a.m. on Wednesday in Provo, Utah.

The altercation took place only hours before Biden arrived in the state to commemorate the PACT Act’s one-year anniversary of passage, which significantly increased benefits for veterans suffering hazardous exposure injuries.

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Online Threats Escalate: Man Issues Warning to FBI Agents on Social Media Posts

When FBI agents attempted to visit Robertson’s Provo home in March to ask him about threats against other federal officials, Robertson reportedly threatened them in social media posts:  To my friends in the Federal Bureau of Idiots: I know you’re reading this and you have no idea how close your agents came to ‘violent eradication

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