As Donald Trump’s first term as President of the United States approached, many considered him to become one of the more difficult Presidents for the Secret Service to protect.
Given the unprecedented leftist and democratic angst ingrained against him, and the violent, riot-like protests that took place immediately following his election and inauguration, the nation was prepared for a long and arduous transition to power. Trump is certainly a controversial figure in American politics, and as such, demands special attention from the Secret Service as it pertains to protection.
Unfortunately, what Trump has received resembles a slapstick comedy routine more than it resembles an elite security force.
“Just last week a man with a backpack was able to breach security on the White House grounds and make his was to a White House entrance while Trump was present inside. Only one month ago, Senior Secret Service agent Kerry O’Grady and Hillary Clinton sycophant bragged to her friends on Facebook that she was unwilling to ‘take a bullet’ for Trump. Today, in a shocking act of negligence, a laptop was stolen that appeared to have been left in a vehicle owned by a secret service agent that contained national security information, as well as intel that could compromise the security of our President and his family in Trump Towers. Is our secret service really this inept or is it possible this was a planned heist?
“A laptop computer containing floor plans for Trump Tower, information about the Hillary Clinton email investigation and other national security information was stolen from a Secret Service agent’s vehicle in Brooklyn, police sources told the Daily News.
“Authorities have been frantically searching for the laptop since it was stolen Thursday morning.”
Given the trouble already brewing regarding Trump’s safety, thanks only to fanatical progressives who will stop at nothing to impede and impair the Commander in Chief, you would assume that the Secret Service would shake off the cobwebs of Obama’s lame duck term and begin tightening up their Three Stooges routine. Unfortunately, that does not seem to be the case.
Buckle up Mr. President; this could be a long, bumpy ride.