... In August, Griswold ordered Mesa County to replace its voting equipment after system passwords showed up in a video posted to right-wing websites. Days later, exact digital copies of the county's election system hard drive were posted online after Griswold's staff discovered that 24-hour video surveillance of the election equipment had been turned off.
A spokeswoman for the FBI's Denver office didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
A spokesman for the state attorney general said the office had no comment.
"The FBI raided my home at 6 a.m. this morning, accusing me of committing a crime," Peters said on the Lindell channel. "And they raided the homes of my friends, mostly older women. I was terrified."
She added that authorities "used a battering ram," destroying the front door of one of her friends' homes.
Peters said authorities searched her house for "about three hours" and "took all of my electronics," including her phone.
"Essentially, they were soldiers in combat gear. They were not men in suits with badges," Peters said. "They looked very much like they were in a combat zone — soldiers with automatic weapons and combat gear."
Peters has maintained that she is on a mission to uncover proof that the 2020 election was rigged, despite failing to produce any evidence that happened. An audit ordered by the Arizona Senate into allegations of election fraud in that state's biggest county found that Democrat Joe Biden, who carried the state, received more votes than had been reported in the official tally.
Peters appeared at a symposium in South Dakota in August sponsored by Lindell, who later claimed he was helping keep Peters safe in various locations, including a Texas hotel, until Peters returned to Mesa County in late September.
Colorado's Independent Ethics Commission on Tuesday moved ahead on an investigation into a complaint believed to be against Peters. The complaint alleges Peters violated a state constitutional gift ban by accepting flights on a private plane and other travel expenses from Lindell.
"I refuse to give up," Peters said Tuesday on Lindell's show. "I am more scared than ever for my life, but courage is the key when you do something in spite of fear."
She added: "I feel that if I was to give up now, I would be giving up on our country. You do the right thing and you see your government come down on you like that, this is the worse nightmare you can imagine."
The government, Peters added, is trying to intimidate her and others.
"They want to shut me up, shut me out, prosecute me, do whatever they can to villainize and demonize me just to cover up their dirty deeds," she said, adding, "I can't unsee what I've seen."