Good Grief – Unstable Nut Who Threw Flags Inches From President Was on “Watch List”…

Disturbing follow-up to this story; and, well, this doesn’t speak too highly of Capitol Hill Security:

WASHINGTON – […] The U.S. Capitol Police Board is conducting an internal investigation into how someone without a press credential – and on a watch list – was able to slip into the secure area and get so close to the president.  This was a monumental f—up,” a senior congressional security source told Fox News.

Clayton has been on a “watch list” kept by the Capitol Police, a source said, and was denied entry to the complex earlier that day when an officer recognized him at the Russell Senate Office Building.

But later on, officers in a tunnel leading to the Capitol did not check his ID to see if he had a pass or badge, the source said. He used an outdated visitor’s pass to enter the Capitol through a tunnel connecting the Rayburn House Office building.

After clearing the security checkpoint, he made his way outside the Senate chamber, where he blended in with credentialed congressional reporters and stood just feet away from Trump. (read more)


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217 Responses to Good Grief – Unstable Nut Who Threw Flags Inches From President Was on “Watch List”…

  1. sunnydaze says:

    Sounds like they know exactly who needs to go: the officers in the tunnel who did not do their job. (Or *did* do their job, depending on whose “side” they’re on).

    “….But later on, officers in a tunnel leading to the Capitol did not check his ID to see if he had a pass or badge, the source said. He used an outdated visitor’s pass to enter the Capitol through a tunnel connecting the Rayburn House Office building….”

    Liked by 6 people

    • Dixie says:

      It will be interesting to learn whose outdated pass it was….?

      Liked by 4 people

      • mtkennedy21 says:

        Jan Schakowsky Her husband is a radical activist and rally disrupter plus she has previously used her pass to get radicals into hearings.

        Liked by 4 people

        • Dixie says:

          Great sleuthing! If it is known, at least SOMEBODY had the decency to investigate and report it so she won’t be completely off the hook.

          Liked by 3 people

          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            Jan Schakowsky’s husband is Bob Creamer (organized the Trump rally violence), and in one video where this guy harassed a young woman working for Project Veritas, he screams something about “Bob Creamer sends his regards” or something like that at the very end.

            I knew it. COMMUNISTS. And they had the schedule and route, too, I’ll bet.

            Liked by 2 people

            • sat0422 says:

              Trump cannot go anywhere in DC without his own security team. Communist…now days they are everywhere…why?

              Liked by 1 person

              • wolfmoon1776 says:

                Eight years of a crypto-commie in the White House. Not just any commie – the number one student of Stalin’s mouthpiece, Frank Marshall Davis. It all makes sense now. The commies ran wild for 8 years, and were getting ready for decades more when Trump happened.


      • sunnydaze says:

        I don’t care as much about whose pass was used as that he was ABLE to use it. The officers who allowed that need to go. The job of protecting the President is too important to allow for *obvious* “mistakes”.

        Checking passes is very basic. Heck, even volunteer Community Theater Ushers know to check tickets at the door before letting people into the theater.

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  2. All American Snowflake says:

    the Psycho was able to slip into the Capitol Building because Obama Administration hired security guard federal employees to pump up his jobs creation numbers. simple as a pimple.

    Liked by 5 people

  3. US Capital Police. Don’t you mean SJW Capital Police?

    Maybe TSA can give them some training /sarc.

    Liked by 4 people

  4. eric says:

    where is the secret service???

    Liked by 4 people

  5. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Here is the part that bothers me the most – the fact that, because we now have a simple fix on the LETTING IN of this crazy guy, attention will now gravitate to the BS that let this guy in, and away from a now-obvious greater danger of the “turkey-shoot” situation itself, which could be repeated with a more dangerous “approved media” or even “trusted security” assassin.

    And BOB CREAMER, violent communist, who has been the boss of this nasty man, should NOT be let off the hook. I see his fingerprints. Very much. How did they know they would find this situation? Because I’m sure they knew this was an opportunity to get DEMONSTRABLY close to POTUS.

    Liked by 9 people

  6. Donna in Oregon says:

    If anyone is wondering if this was a test…….

    I totally get why the CIA and FBI don’t want the Kennedy assassination released right now.

    I don’t think many people are connecting the dots. How “unwittingly” the ‘good guys’ helped.

    This could be a very dangerous time IMO.

    Liked by 7 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      I continue to believe that communists have been behind most of our nation’s assassinations. We’ve seen how they manipulate ANTIFA “anarchists” to do their work – and now I’m very certain that past anarchist assassins were their work as well.

      They are becoming very desperate. Cornered rats.

      Liked by 4 people

      • backwoodsgirl123 says:

        JFK document Record Number: 124-10236-10237


        Re Dallas airtel to the Director dated 3/17/64.
        Enclosed herewith are 25 copies each of the following:

        1. Insert entitled Communist Party Reaction to the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy;

        2. FD-302 interview with a source reflecting information concerning a meeting of the Industrial Club Organizers Council, Illinois Communist Party, on 12/5/63 at Chicago;

        3. FD-302 interview with a source who furnished information concerning the thinking of certain members of the Illinois Communist Party concerning the Assassination of President KENNEDY;


  7. CM-TX says:

    Federally Prosecute his arse under HR-347. Mr. Clayton can thank 0bama (c.2012) for his additional legal troubles. 😏

    | Under H.R. 347, which has more commonly been labeled the Trespass Bill by Congress, knowingly entering a restricted area that is under the jurisdiction of Secret Service protection can garner an arrest. The law is actually only a slight change to earlier legislation that made it an offense to knowingly and willfully commit such a crime. Under the Trespass Bill’s latest language chance, however, someone could end up in law enforcement custody for entering an area that they don’t realize is Secret Service protected and “engages in disorderly or disruptive conduct” or “impede[s] or disrupt[s] the orderly conduct of Government business or official functions.” |

    | Under the act, protesting in areas covered by Secret Service could land a demonstrator behind bars, and the thing about the Secret Service (in case you couldn’t tell by their name), is that they don’t always make it clear where they are. You could even say that the service they provide, at times, is kept secret.

    … That means whether it’s by glitter bomb protest, or causing a disturbance on the same Holiday Inn hotel floor that [any SS Protected Official] is staying in, doing such could cause a bit of a legal battle for the persons involved. |

    Liked by 5 people

  8. GreginAZ says:

    President Trump needs to carry a Tazer for just such occasions.

    Can you imagine the media coverage if he, personally, tazed the guy?

    Liked by 2 people

  9. Doyle says:

    It’s fortunate for all concerned that this unstable clown was only armed with small Russian flags and an irritatingly loud voice. The valiant and heroic actions of the Capitol police during the Scalise shooting are not forgotten but this unintentional or worst case, intentional, security breach is very concerning. It could also be an egregious case of officers slacking off after months or years of routine uneventful work days.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. thedoc says:

    He was “helped ” into the meeting by the Media, either on purpose or by some stupid reporter helping a fellow reporter who lost his pass.


  11. cordory says:

    more resisters on the payroll.


  12. Beverly says:

    He works for that guy Bob Creamer — see James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas expose of these creeps and their intimate ties with Obozo. They’re paid thugs in the employ of the Reds.


  13. Charlie "The Deplorable" says:

    look for the media to have helped him in.


    • Bill in Lexington,NC says:

      Yes. It seems odd that the members of the media would not realize that this guy didn’t belong in their group. The Washington press corps are very cut-throat with each other but they are also a small, close-knit group.


  14. SSI01 says:

    Whoever was in charge of the security detail for this evolution (SS Uniformed division, plainclothes SS, whoever) should be getting some unpaid time off over this one, followed by a reassignment. This nut could have thrown a knife, or something else – who knows? There are cutting instruments made that don’t show up on magnetometers, BTW. A glass vial of acid doesn’t, either. It’s also time to maybe suspend the daily press conference at the WH for maybe a week or so. This guy couldn’t have gotten in there without collusion with someone in the press pool.

    There’s been a rash of sloppy behavior re: Trump’s security lately. Witness the female with the bicycle who rode next to Trump a day or so ago, giving him the finger. Never mind manners – I can remember in Vietnam the VC used to stuff explosives into bike frames and use them as portable bombs. I also seem to recall reading about that being done in IQ as well. What happened to the motor officers who are usually riding flank guard in a motorcade like the one where this happened? She should have been nudged over the curb and sent sprawling, should never have gotten within 100 feet of Trump’s vehicle.

    He needs to have his staff take another look at the SS and see what’s causing this sloppy performance. It could have lethal consequences.


    • Bill in Lexington,NC says:

      I agree. As much as I like Mr. Trump, I should not be able to get close enough to harm him without his invitation. EVERYBODY who is this close should be very closely vetted.


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