FBI Raids Home of Female Christian Volunteer at 4 AM in Texas — For Walking Through US Capitol Jan 6

March 31, 2021


We received this information last week.

And now the story is making national news.


Young female Christian volunteer Elizabeth Rose Williams was arrested last Tuesday by the FBI.

As of this writing, her family has not heard from her.

Elizabeth was scooped up by FBI agents in an early morning raid at her home in Ingram, Texas.


The FBI waited until 4-6 AM to raid this Christian woman’s home.


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Elizabeth’s friend told The Gateway Pundit, “She is the sweetest girl. I can’t believe this happened.”

Elizabeth was planning a Freedom Fest outing on Saturday March 27th in the Ingram City Park.


The outing includes face-painting and fireworks and games.

The Daily Beast reported on Elizabeth’s arrest with her boyfriend. They walked through the US Capitol.

A Texas lifestyle coach and essential oils guru has been charged after storming the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 with her QAnon-obsessed boyfriend who documented “patriots [going] to war” on his social media.
Elizabeth Rose Williams, a Kerrville, Texas resident, and her boyfriend, Bradley Stuart Bennett, were arrested last week for violent entry and disorderly conduct and knowingly entering a restricted building. In a newly unsealed criminal complaint, prosecutors allege the pair were seen on video wandering around the Crypt and the Senate Chamber gallery as thousands of MAGA rioters stormed the Capitol. “Storming the Capitol. Pray for us all,” Bennett wrote in a Facebook post provided to federal authorities by a tipster. According to social media posts and her personal website, Williams is a lifestyle coach, a natural health enthusiast, “all American,” and a musician passionate about “living every day with purpose.” Her site says she started a “home-based business” at 18, and received “the equivalent of a degree from The School of Hard Knocks—if there even is such an accreditation.”

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