Outraged vets removed and dumped them outside White House yesterday
Paul Joseph Watson
October 14, 2013
While the government is supposedly still in “shutdown,” more money is being spent on new barricades to fence off the World War II memorial in DC, just hours after outraged veterans removed the old barricades and dumped them outside the White House.
Installing new government shutdown barricades at World War II Memorial. pic.twitter.com/qsNX8hMbHi
— Dave Rysak (@DaveFox5DC) October 14, 2013
Some have cited the White House’s vindictiveness over the barricades as an example of how Obama is behaving like “President Stompy Feet” in punishing Americans for the government shut down.
Others said re-installing the barricades was another “slap in the face” for veterans and noted that the White House is a lot more keen to secure war memorials than they are the country’s border.
After wounded veterans and their supporters helped remove the barricades and dump them outside the White House yesterday during the ‘Million Vet March’, the feds sent in baton-wielding riot cops in an attempt to intimidate the protesters.
— M. Scott Mahaskey (@smahaskey) October 14, 2013
— NewsBreaker (@NewsBreaker) October 14, 2013
Live: New barricades set up at World War II memorial pic.twitter.com/np1h4ChrdD
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) October 14, 2013
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— Dr. Gene Lingerfelt (@GeneLingerfelt) October 14, 2013
This article was posted: Monday, October 14, 2013 at 11:30 am