It appears that 2 secret service agents were canned and escorted out of the building near the White House last night.
According to Gateway Pundit, the events transpired abruptly when the two employees (and possibly more) were escorted out of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building near the White House.
— Steve Clemons (@SCClemons) February 3, 2017
It’s hard for me to wrap my head around the concept of a tumultuous Secret Service; I’m accustomed to accepting that the SS is the one immutable and dependable defense of order and civility in our country, even through times of strife. The SS is the symbol of our federal stability, the “canary in the coal mine” of our national cohesiveness, and to see it descend into mutinous disarray as has been hinted at recently truly brings me worry.
If the professional Presidential organization entrusted with our President’s life begins to fragment and subvert, this country is in for a world of hurt. Great periods of unrest and turmoil usually are accompanied by leadership figures under attack from their own security forces.
It will be curious, in this day and age of egregious physical threats to the POTUS spawning continuously across the internet and media, to learn what led to these employees’ termination.