by Pamela Williams
President Trump No Longer Safe At The White House – LAST NIGHT Man Drove Up To The WH With A Bomb In His Car – March 19, 2017
President Trump’s life is in danger. Yesterday a fence jumper was on the White House property 15 minutes before he was spotted and arrested. Then last night around 11pm a man drove his car to the WH, but the Secret Service stopped him, as he looked suspicious. They were correct in their analysis, as he had a bomb in his car.
The Secret Service have made the statement that President Trump is no longer safe at the White House, and I agree with them . What next? He has been spending weekends at his Mar-A-Lago Resort in Florida with his family. I think those criticizing him for this need to stop, as the man has to have some peace and sleep in a place he can close his eyes in without thinking he will never wake up again.
The president is no longer safe on the White House grounds, according to former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino, who once guarded presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama. Bongino made the stunning assessment in an interview Friday with Fox News. Bongino would not make that statement unless he felt strongly beyond a shadow of a doubt it is true.
The fence jumper was Jonathan Tran, who carried two cans of mace, set off multiple alarms, Bongino said, and was even spotted by Secret Service officers, but was still able to come within “close proximity” of the White House and even reportedly “jiggled the door” to the executive mansion. This is too close for comfort, and President Trump should not have to deal with this type of terror.
Should a group of terrorists decide to storm the White House, the Secret Service would not be able to protect Trump, Bongino predicted. This is not acceptable, and something has to be done right now to give President Trump the protection he deserves. Bongino said the current Secret Service management “sucks.” “The Secret Service is stuck in their ways and don’t want to redo and upgrade the White House security plan. President Trump won’t be safe there until they do,” Bongino said.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, also blasted the latest incident and said “this keeps happening.” Chaffetz’s panel oversees the Secret Service. In a letter to acting Secret Service Director Bill Callahan, Chaffetz said Tran “may have attempted entry into the building. If true, these allegations raise questions about whether the agency’s security protocols are adequate.” Chaffetz suggested there may have been alarms that were ignored by the Secret Service. Chaffetz wants a briefing by the end of next week. He also is asking for all video from the White House grounds that night as well as logs from the Joint Operations Center and information about “alarms” at the White House.
Thank heavens for Jason Chaffez, because he will get to the bottom of it. If a man cannot close his eyes at night, he cannot perform his work the next day. That is why people need to hush about President Trump going to Mar-A-Lago on weekends with his family. That is where he is safe and happy, and he deserves that peace. He has a difficult Presidency, and the people of the US need to understand what he is sacrificing to be President.
by Pamela Williams