Pro-Hamas Agitators Block Biden's Motorcade Route to Capitol; How Could This Be Allowed?

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Pro-Hamas agitators caused chaos around Capitol Hill Thursday evening leading up to the State of the Union address, and hundreds of them blocked President Biden's motorcade route to hold a "People's State of the Union" address.


As my colleague Matt Vespa over at Townhall reported, the crazies had been around all day:

These pro-terrorist supporters were all over DC today. Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) called them crazy right to their faces. A demonstration was held outside of Bullfeathers bar, and a man was detained after he was caught revving his engine near pro-Hamas demonstrators.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) and Rep. Tom Tiffany (R-WI) posted photos and videos Thursday morning of security fencing that had been installed around the Capitol grounds "in the dead of night" to protect Biden from his own base, so obviously Capitol Police and federal law enforcement knew that there was a potential for problems. So why were they allowed to take over the street until right before POTUS drove down it? This is a massive security issue. Explosives could have easily been planted and there's no way the Secret Service could have done a thorough sweep to ensure security.


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We all know, unfortunately, that nothing will happen to these people who were blocking a street and posing an immediate threat to the President of the United States. Quite a stark contrast to how January 6 protesters have been treated.

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