Skip to comments.BREAKING: Secret Service and DC Fire Investigating Vehicle, Livestreamer Says There Was an Attempted Attack on White House (VIDEO)
Posted on 11/06/2020 11:35:04 PM PST by Morgana
A large emergency response is underway near the White House, reportedly due to a suspicious vehicle.
There are multiple firetrucks, ambulances, and police vehicles responding to the scene.
A source tells Gateway Pundit that a suspicious vehicle pulled up to the White House security checkpoint and the driver got out and wouldnt get back in his car. The car was swept and nothing dangerous was found.
NBCs Tom Lynch reported that Secret Service and DC Fire are investigating a suspicious vehicle on 15th Street near Pennsylvania Ave. News4 crews saw at least one man in what appeared to be Secret Service custody. Fire crews examining a car now.
The Overton Report livestreamed to Facebook claiming that there was an attempted attack on the White House.
(Excerpt) Read more at thegatewaypundit.com ...
I had forgotten about that tragedy. You don't see the BLM folks running around screaming for justice carrying placards of her face. Wonder why.
This was probably an intrusion test. Attempt an intrusion to see what the response is.
A similar thing happened at an air base a few months after 9-11. An intrusion test allowed some flunkie to blow through security and get chased around the base for quite a while till he crashed and died.
A few weeks later they tried again. The 50 cal mounted to the Humvee parked 100 yards inside the gate took care of the problem.
Yeah, where’s the media blame hailing her “inflammatory?”
A Marine Corps buddy who has lived on Staten Island most of his life (we were in the Corps back in the Vietnam era) hates Trump. Asked him if he was the guy from Staten Island that was driving over to Lochel's Bakery in Hatboro, PA and buying all those Trump cookies. He said he wouldn't walk across the to piss on Trump if were on fire. ;)
Thanks for the links.
Since mid 2013, I have made scratchpad entries of articles I posted on FR, Twitter or other places on web, found interesting or felt were important. Those links were what I found by searching the hot topic and I may of may not have saved them.
I’ll be 73 next month. I find that even a simple chronological scratch pad entry (from simple text editor) really help me recall discussions that I reference later. The longer I did it, the easier it was to make myself document it. It would be more refined if I used a database, but it takes longer and there is the issue of catagories. Life is complex. Computers are a crutch. Nothing compares to the human mind.
Artificial Intelligence is an oxymoron. Sure it gives almost instant responses, but it does not convey the context. (my opinion)
I missed many news stories in 2013 because it was a tough time for me, and I could not keep up with the news then.
Now, this crazy year, I’ve been trying to keep track of news stories by bookmarking them. Lately, I’ve been thinking of organizing the stories on a blog, but keeping the blog private so that only I can see it.
The reason I want to keep track of all the news stories is that I sometimes learn all the details about a story, then reach a conclusion, and then forget all the details I learned after moving on to the next story. Then, when someone on the Left lies about the first story, I want to be able to review the details quickly.
In most cases, you can find old stories on the WayBack Machine. It is easy if you know the original URL.
Case in point, during the Obama regime the Wiki page on the CPUSA was changed to eliminate their support of the Dem Party candidate after 1984.
Wiki Presidential Tickets (CPUSA Democrat Party Endorsement)
Here is the link to this page on the Wayback Machine
The WayBack Machine is your friend, when Wiki is often not.
Thanks for the information!
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