If you want to know the definition of a true American Patriot, you must take a look at the terrible excuse of a case against Thomas (TJ) Robertson.
The DOJ has decided to target TJ because of his unwavering support for the people of his community and the founding principles of our country.
TJ Robertson is known in his community as a caring person, a servant of God and a family man.
He has dedicated his life to serving his country both overseas as a military officer and as a police officer in his hometown.
On January 6th, 2021 Thomas attended the peaceful protest at the capitol in Washington D.C.
He did not commit any acts of violence or hurt anyone.
On January 13th, Mr. Robertson was taken hostage by an out-of-control justice department.
He was charged with a total of 6 charges: 5 felonies and 1 misdemeanor.
The prosecution lacked the evidence they needed to get a secured conviction against TJ. Instead, they used political talking points and mainstream narratives to convince the jury.
On April 11th, 2022 Thomas was found Guilty of all counts and sentenced to 5 years in federal prison.
These terrible injustices have caused Thomas and his family a lot of pain.
He has been held hostage in solitary confinement for over a year. His constitutional rights have been stripped away from him and his family has been targeted.
Despite the challenges Thomas faces, he continues to trust in God and remains faithful to the Lord’s promises.
His case is currently being appealed and we believe that the truth is going to prevail.
He is asking for prayers for himself, his family and for every other brave American Citizen who is being persecuted by the federal government.
📬 Thomas Robertson
FCI ALLENWOOD LOW
Federal Correctional Institution
P.O. BOX 1000
WHITE DEER, PA 17887
Judge Christopher Cooper
DISTRICT COURT, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Appointed By: Barack Hussein Obama II
Selected By: President Obama on Jan. 6, 2014
Confirmation Date: March 26, 2014
Born: 1966 in Mobile, Alabama
Race: Black or African American
ABA Ratings: Well Qualified (2014)