Sunday, October 05, 2014

The LuLac Edition #2745, October 5th, 2014


Screen shot of Congressman Matt Cartwright from ABC TV’s “This Week”
Congressman Cartwright was front and center on ABC's "This Week" when he posed this question to then Director of the Secret Service Julia Pierson regarding the problems regarding the protection of the President by Secret Service , "Profoundly inadequate shocking disgraceful, outrageous, is there any one of those adjectives you disagree with?"
The Director resigned a day later because she did not fully reveal all of the things going on.

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At 11:01 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How many P.C./Quota hires and appointments allowed this to happen.

1) Female Head of Secret Service,
2) Female Office who got bowled over,
3) Alarm was muted,
4) Front door UNLOCKED.

The requirements must be unwavering, uniform and NOT gender modified.

I am NOT the least bit supportive of our current WH resident's policies, governing or philosophy but damn, he should be safe in the WH.

"The man who jumped the White House fence this month and sprinted through the front door made it much farther into the building than previously known, overpowering one Secret Service officer and running through much of the main floor, according to three people familiar with the incident. An alarm box near the front entrance of the White House designed to alert guards to an intruder had been muted at what officers believed was a request of the usher’s office, said a Secret Service official who spoke on the condition of anonymity. The female officer posted inside the front door appeared to be delayed in learning that the intruder, Omar Gonzalez, was about to burst through. Officers are trained that, upon learning of an intruder on the grounds, often through the alarm boxes posted around the property, they must immediately lock the front door."


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