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F-16 posted a topic in Technologyhttp://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/06/05/white-house-contractor-arrested-near-grounds-reportedly-for-attempted-murder.html >>> A man working as a contractor at the White House was arrested by the Secret Service on Tuesday after the agency said it learned of a warrant out for his arrest. >>> The arrest of Martese Edwards stemmed from a warrant out of Prince George's County, Maryland, the Secret Service said, and he was taken into custody “at a checkpoint outside of the White House complex when he was reporting to work as a contractor.” <<< This guy was cleared to work as a contractor on the White House grounds, and the Secret Service did not realize he was wanted for attempted murder in a neighboring county? No. I don't believe it either. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2675601/Democrat-politician-charged-sexual-liberties-child.html This guy, too. If I'm not mistaken, this warrant showed up supposedly from his past just recently, 4 years after the date of this article, and some of these articles are being back-dated to fabricate a criminal history for celebrity defendants in court. That NICS database system is hacked. It all stems from the gun control "debate" in Congress. "Don't oppose gun control if you don't want to be arrested on a fake warrant." That's the message that is getting through, and what the FBI is pushing through. They had to have a fellow Democrat take the fall for it, though, for fear that the public might start seeing through their propaganda and lies.
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/18/us/politics/donald-trump-jr-secret-service.html Donald Trump Jr. Gives Up Secret Service Protection, Seeking Privacy ... I'm not sure he has that option. Secret Service, yes, they will lay down their lives for the President, but their higher calling is to impartially enforce U.S. law. The Trumps may think they have plenty of money to provide for their own security, but there are some things that money cannot buy. For one thing, they're not getting away from the Secret Service that easily. What do they have to hide from them? I mean, if you want to get away from the cops, the first thing not to do is to run from the cops. The executive branch of government took away the privacy of all everyday Americans through the infamous EO 12333, and now they're concerned about loose-lipped Secret Service agents gossiping about First Family secrets? I just don't buy it.