When a Man Installs Spikes Around the People’s House, You Know He’s a Tyrant
Last September, Barack Hussein Obama pushed for building a short wall around the People’s House. Earlier this month, he decided to install “spikes” on top of the fence, spikes that are similar to what is being called the “racist” fleur de lis.
Clearly, over the past year people have allegedly climbed the fence and been able to run up to the White House without as much as being shot (something that Mariam Carey knows nothing about). Yet, it appears orchestrated in order to fortify the narcissist-in-chief in his bunker, in order to secure him from a populace that despises everything about him.
ABC reported on the installation:
U.S. Secret Service and the National Park Service mounted the “removable anti-climb feature” this afternoon, but the entire installation process will take six weeks. Designed by Rock Island Arsenal Joint Manufacturing and Technology Center, the metal spikes installed today are only a temporary and will be replaced once a long-term solution is implemented, officials said.
The Commission of Fine Arts and National Capital Planning Commission will approve a final design in the fall and construction on a permanent security enhancement is set to begin in 2016. The renovation comes nearly 10 months after Omar Gonzalez scaled the White House fence, sprinted across the North Lawn and entered the White House.
Sharp metal spikes were installed atop the White House fence today. Look closely and you'll see the difference pic.twitter.com/iZpIrXwEfZ
— Arlette Saenz (@ArletteSaenz) July 1, 2015
And what would that long term solution be? A fortified concrete wall twenty feet high and ten feet thick?
So, let’s get this straight. People were actually able to climb the fence and run towards the White House, one even allegedly got inside, and these brilliant “security” people install “removable” anti-climb features. One guy even landed a gyrocopter on the White House lawn. Incredible!
If there were actually such incidences, one has to question the ability of all that security that blankets the White House… or the competency of those who are supposed to provide it. I’m not buying that this isn’t staged, considering the security around the White House. Anyone want to prove me wrong. Go on and try scaling that fence and prove me right.
Ed Rogers asks, “Are iron spikes really the best way to protect the White House in this day and age? It conjures up an image worthy of HBO’s “Game of Thrones.” The Night’s Watch would think it’s a great idea. With all the American resources and technology at our disposal, can’t we think of a better way to protect our most sacred building other than medieval sharp objects? In Third World countries, it is a common practice to simply embed shards of broken glass in cement atop walls to keep people out. Is that what’s next for our White House?”
Yes, that is exactly what is next for the People’s House unless the People rise up and kick the usurper-in-chief and his willing accomplices in Congress out.