After a week of repeat security breaches, the potential assassination attempts continued today with a strange twist. News of a new threat is breaking now about what Secret Service just found dangling by the White House and it doesn’t look very good for the President’s safety.
While the Secret Service has come under scrutiny lately for the multiple fence jumpers that made it onto the White House grounds for a substantial amount of time, Congressman Jason Chaffetz said that agents successfully did their job this time. At approximately 10:50 p.m. on Tuesday night an attempt was made to get to President Trump that went unreported until today.
According to TMZ, a fourth White House fence jumper tried to make it onto the grounds like the others had successfully done, but wasn’t so lucky when he got caught on the posts. He was found dangling from the fence when security found him and pulled him down to the ground.
Secret Service announced that the would-be intruder was “entangled in security features affixed to the top of the fence.” It appears that not only did security do their job, but the fence did as well, which proves the need for such measures and maybe even more of these “features,” some of which were uninstalled by staff from the former administration.
As we reported yesterday, alarms on the fence had been deactivated, which made it possible for fence jumper Jonathan Tran to get to get inside the secured area where he roamed around for 17 minutes. Several other jumpers followed Trans lead last week, making it over the fence before being arrested.
Not only do alarms need to be on at all times, but these fences need to be activated with an electronic shock system so that intruders are zapped the second they try to climb it. Liberal lunatics know no bounds and will stop at nothing to get the martyr shot off at our President. It’s time to fight this kind of terrorism with painful measures that really work.