FBI Attacks Home of Tina Peters, Electoral Officer in Mesa County, Linked to QAnon Voter Fraud

On Tuesday, FBI agents raided the home of a Colorado election official who was involved in an QAnon-related amateur investigation into voter fraud in the 2020 election. According to the Mesa County District Attorney, federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies conducted a search of the homes of Mesa County Officer Tina Peters and three of her colleagues in early morning raids. Peters briefly became a star on the right last summer when he spoke at MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s “cyber symposium” on voter fraud. A few days before his appearance, Ron Watkins, QAnon’s alleged champion, released pictures of Mesa County’s voting machines, while the hard drives of the county’s equipment later leaked online. This raised suspicions that Peters was somehow involved in a possible illegal leak, and he went into hiding for a moment. Peters, who has been deprived of his ability to run in an election county, confirmed the raid on Tuesday night on Lindell’s video platform and said he was “scared” of the search.

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