Paul Vaughn of Centerville was targeted by the gun-toting thugs at around 7:20 a.m. on Thursday, October 6. They began banging on the door with guns pointed, yelling and screaming and ordering the residents to "open up!"
"When I opened the door and saw the guns pointed at me, I asked them what they wanted, who they were looking for, and they said they wanted me," Vaughn explained in an October 10 interview with Fox News' Tucker Carlson.
Vaughn added that at the time of the incident, some of his children were heading out to the car to go to school. Armed agents "[went] to the kids and [held] the kids with a long gun outside of my driveway and [did] not let them go into the house."
"That is absolutely, as my wife said in the video said, unacceptable," Vaughn further explained.
That video can be seen below:
Video of the FBI's arrest of Paul Vaughn of Centerville, Tennessee. DOJ charged him with "conspiracy against rights secured by the FACE Act, and committing FACE Act violations" for blocking the entrance to an abortion clinic. Paul tells me the footage was taken by his wife. pic.twitter.com/KSDvLRSrlF
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Vaughn's wife captured the footage, in which she, too, is heard asking the armed jackboot thugs why they were "banging on my door with a gun."
"Are you not going to tell me anything?" she asked.
"No, we are not," one of the arrogant agents responded.
Another agent was then heard stating, "I tried," to which Vaughn's wife then shot back: "No, you didn't! You did not try!"
Vaughn is one of 11 pro-life activists who were slapped with federal charges this week for their involvement in a peaceful pro-life rescue that occurred in 2021 at an abortion clinic in Mt. Juliet near Nashville.
That clinic is now closed due to the overturning of Roe v. Wade, which automatically triggered Tennessee state statutes that prohibit abortion as it once was available in the Volunteer State.
That rescue reportedly took place on March 5, 2021, which prompted an indictment by a federal grand jury in Nashville. The indictment claims Vaughn and the other pro-lifers "aided and abetted by one another, used force and physical obstruction to injure, intimidate and interfere with employees of the clinic and a patient who was seeking reproductive health services [abortions]."
Actual video footage of the event, however, refutes this claim. It shows that the pro-lifers were peaceful and never hurt anyone.
Even so, Vaughn and the others could now face as much as $250,000 in fines and up to 11 years in prison for their participation in the rescue.
The Biden regime's Department of Justice (DOJ) is claiming that the 55-year-old father is a "violent extremist who is a physical threat to others," according to Carlson.
Vaughn himself said the allegations made against him are "made up" and being "used to justify" to "go after peaceful people who disagree with them politically."
When asked by Carlson what his children thought about the FBI raid, Vaughn responded that they are still "trying to work through what happened" as it was obviously traumatic to them.
"Fortunately, we do a lot of studying about historic Christianity and missionaries in the past [who faced] persecution," Vaughn further stated.
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