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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Lady Secret Service Agent couldn't overpower knife-wielding White House intruder

by Debbie Shlussel

We now know that knife-wielding White House intruder Omar Gonzalez got as far as the East Room. And we know that he got there in part because he easily overpowered a FEMALE Secret Service Agent. Shocker.

Julie Pierson, the Chickie Poo, Obama hired to head the Secret Sevice
Last week, I told you that the ongoing problems–failures!–at the U.S. Secret Service at the White House can be directly attributed to Obama’s affirmative action police: he hired a woman to run the agency based on her sole qualifications of past ability to ovulate(though only her gynecologist knows for sure if that once existed) and Billie Jean King’shaircut from 1982. Now we know that women in the Secret Service are part of the reason for its failure, not just at the top, but in its midst.
The man, 42-year-old Omar J. Gonzalez, ran unobstructed for 70 yards across the front lawn of the White House before entering through the North Portico. On the way, he brushed by a Secret Service officer with a drawn gun, sources tell CBS News’ Bill Plante. Gonzalez then proceeded to run through the entrance hall to the cross hall of the White House, past the staircase that leads up to the first family’s residence. He was confronted by a female Secret Service agent, who he overpowered, and made it all the way to the East Room, Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, told CBS News, citing whistleblowers.
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Are we really surprised that women are physically weaker than men and in most cases can be overpowered? 
Is this some new Einsteinesque, rocket science info? Really? 
This is a predictable result, not shocking in the least. Not even to feminists who pretend that a woman can do whatever a man can. 
And we will see the same thing in the Marine infantry and Army Rangers programs where women are being pushed into positions for which they aren’t qualified. The standards for women in federal law enforcement are lower than those for men. Successful female Secret Service applicants who become agents don’t have to run as fast, do as many push-ups, or shoot as well as the men. And that only breeds the situation that Omar Gonzalez encountered.
When you make vagina-based affirmative action, rather than ability and uniformly strict standards, the mission in your employee recruitment, hiring, and retention, this is what you get. A bunch of incompetent minorities and, frankly, a bumbling group of agents in the majority whose morale and own standards have been lessened as a result. 
As I told you a few months ago, this is the policy of the Obama Administration for all law enforcement, as Obama’s “Justice” Department is suing the Pennsylvania State Troopers for having uniform physical standards that weed out only a tiny portion of female applicants(70% of the females still make it into the PA Troopers).
What’s also predictable–and notable–is that much of the media coverage of the SecretService agent being overpowered at the White House, left her genderless. 
Yes, many of the media stories, including one in the print version of today’s Wall Street Journal, fail to mention that this was a chick agent who was overpowered. They don’t want you to know the truth. They want you to think that all Secret Service agents are equally competent . . . or incompetent, when her inferior strength as a female is the key fact to the story.
Most private sector bodyguards are male . . . for a reason. As I noted last week, for all the negative press Blackwater (later named, “Xe,” and now called, “Akademi”) got, the organization NEVER lost a dignitary it protected in war-torn Iraq or Afghanistan. And if you look at the company’s rolls during that time, it was almost entirely male. In fact, I’m surprised we didn’t see any Obama EEOC gender-based lawsuits against the company. The fact is that in jobs focused on security and protection, men are physically more suited than women. Not everyone applying is a brutal lesbian WNBA lookalike. Most aren’t. And even those “women” are generally weaker than the average man. It’s just a fact of nature.
And it won’t change, no matter how politically correct and affirmative-action-driven the U.S. Secret Service becomes. When security and protection become secondary to affirmative action, armed or weapon-girded intruders will get to the East Room of the White House. And further. And Presidents and their families will eventually be harmed. The slippery slope is greased. And the agency slid to the bottom.
New Motto: The U.S. Secret Service . . . Did someone break a nail?

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Am I missing something here? He is INSIDE the White House AND he overpowers an agent but the other agents didn't shoot?

Anonymous said...

That's why Congress is questioning Pierson.