The White House is under siege, and has been so since the 2013 sequestration. America’s top tourist draw continues to be held under siege by a malcontent community organizer who claimed the presidency in 2008, and his chip-on-the-shoulder wife.
Under sequestration even school children cannot get into their White House. You can no longer get into the White House unless you’re a Hollywood star, a favored world leader, a union boss or activist, unless allowed entry at the express invitation of a covetous Barack and Michelle Obama.
As of yesterday you can’t panic when you come upon a new White House Security random checkpoint—without suffering the loss of your life.
Internet video clearly shows that Miriam Carey, a 34-year-old dental hygienist from Connecticut with her 1-year-old daughter, Erica a passenger in the car, panicked as she drove her Infiniti luxury sedan near the hallowed vicinity of the 2013 White House.
It was a total panic with the first mainstream media reports claiming that the young mother was shooting at cops.
“Witnesses say Carey ploughed through a temporary barrier and hit a secret service agent who was trying to wave her off—sending him flying on to the hood of her car. (Daily Mail, Oct. 3, 2013)
“Secret Service opened fire on her car as she turned and fled. Police pursued her through the streets of Capitol Hill during a frantic chase that hit speeds of 80 mph.
“Video footage showed Capitol police officers surrounding Carey’s car guns drawn. At one point, an officer even sticks his weapon inside her open passenger side window.
“But even being blocked in by cops didn’t stop her. She wheels the car around, hitting a police cruiser and nearly strikes several officers and flees.
“Officers can be heard shooting at her car as it drives off. Moments later Carey was shot and killed within sight of the Capitol Building and just behind the Supreme Court.
She was not armed.”
The fact she wasn’t armed came last in many mainstream media reports of this real-life tragedy.
This is another one of those hyped up events where the unending speculation and conspiracy theories of the authorities totally trump anything from the conspiracy theorists they so routinely dismiss as kooks.
Infowars head honcho Alex Jones was first and right on the money to point out that authorities were having a drill with “random checkpoints” a few blocks from the White House “and the woman ends up dead.”
“But now this woman..they’ve been showing photos of her on the news, just a sweet little dental hygienist…no criminal record, she’s dead. They’ll make something up. Who knows what they’ll make up now? They already made up that she had guns shooting cops and running over stuff and they made it like she was attacking Obama.
“This is a nation that stood down the Russians and nuclear war and now we run around in total fear of a woman in a car probably having a panic attack, scared.
“I don’t blame her. I mean checkpoints are scary.
“I recommend in closing, no one go to D.C.
“I’m just so sad for this woman and her child that saw her mother gunned down and then to see the system making excuses and the senate and congressman saying we want to thank the heroic actions of the police.
“Even if they had to shoot her because of reckless driving which is questionable, probably they should have just let her go and get out of the roundabout. She was panicking clearly.”
Over the past four and a half years, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue has been transformed to something other than George Washington’s historic White House. Under Obama, for tourists, school children and average Americans, it’s now a White House under siege.
Alex Jones is right in recommending the White House as a No-Go Zone for civilians.
Meanwhile, in keeping all but his closest confreres out of the 2013 White House, Obama may have unwittingly done We the People the only favor he’s ever done them.
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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.
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