Secret Service Expert Reveals Shocking Truth About Their Plans for Trump… This Is Bad
Following the insanity of last weekend in which protesters in Chicago forced the shutdown of a campaign rally for billionaire businessman Donald Trump and an avowed leftist rushed the stage at a Trump event the next day, some people have begun wondering aloud if the presidential candidate’s Secret Service detail is up to the task of keeping him safe.
Those growing worries were likely not assuaged by Secret Service expert and author Ronald Kessler, who alleged in a recent interview with Newsmax that the management of the protective agency has an “arrogant” and overconfident attitude that could actually be hurting its own efforts.
“The Secret Service management is very arrogant, that’s why we’ve seen one example of laxness after the other,” declared Kessler, who surmised that the Secret Service wouldn’t take any additional steps or change much of anything in how they protect the wealthy real estate developer.
This is due to a “cover up mentality” that permeates the upper echelons of the agency, Kessler added, “and they’re simply not going to make changes or urge him fervently to be more careful and impose more precautions.”
Though that hard truth may not match with the image of invincibility and adaptability for which the agency is noted, Kessler said, “(W)e’ve seen that over and over again, and they’re going to take the attitude that we are the great Secret Service, we can handle anything.”
Unfortunately, this means that the agency may not be providing sufficient protection for Trump, “and that is a serious danger.”
Citing the passionate response on all sides to some of Trump’s stated positions, Kessler said the Secret Service should be acting in a more vigilant manner, particularly in light of a series of failures over recent years in allowing individuals to breach the fence surrounding the White House or even gain entrance to the actual building.
Kessler went on to say that Trump should begin making use of an armored podium and no longer hold rallies in which attendees are permitted to be behind him, even going so far as to suggest that the candidate should eventually stop holding public rallies altogether.
The security expert finished by touching on one of the greatest fears, not simply for Trump but for all candidates, stating that the Islamic State group “would like nothing better than to wipe him out with WMD. They have billions of dollars being paid to scientists to develop weapons of mass destruction; they could wipe him out, they could wipe out thousands of spectators by just strolling in, as well as domestic assassins.”
This is a very sobering warning for Donald Trump, his supporters, and anyone else who cares about the safety and security of political candidates and the process by which we choose them.