Great job Secret Service……*UPDATED*

your security and surveillance failed….and your solution is to further remove the citizen from seeing the ‘People’s House’?

UPDATED: And here we go:

Secret Service considers a larger buffer zone around the White House

After an unprecedented security breach Friday night at the White House, the U.S. Secret Service is weighing a series of measures that would move tourists and D.C. residents farther away from the complex to reduce the chances of intruders piercing its security perimeter and endangering the president.

One proposal is to keep people off the sidewalks around the White House fence and create several yards of additional barrier around the compound’s perimeter. Another is to screen visitors as far as a block away from the entrance gates.


12 thoughts on “Great job Secret Service……*UPDATED*

  1. I'm half speculating here, but a lot of people go in and out of those front doors throughout the day. WH staff expects the permitter security to stop anybody from getting close.

    That said, even the Wiki entry of publicly known and named intruders on the grounds, is lengthy. This is not an isolated occurrence.


  2. The “solution” to air traffic controllers falling asleep on the job is to fire them and hope that they are blackballed from further employment.

    The Left has a problem with air traffic controllers. I remember when a bunch of them quit their jobs suddenly in the hopes that it would crash planes, and they would get more money as a result. Reagan fired these dangerous and greedy individuals (one of the great things he did), but the Left made them heroes.


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