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Concerned Citizen Jumps White House Fence in Failed Attempt to Warn Trump About ‘Russian Hackers’

"A" for effort?

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A "concerned citizen" is looking at hard jail time after he hopped a White House fence on Friday evening in an unsuccessful attempt to hand deliver President Trump some sensitive intel on "Russian hackers".

According to reports, "federal attorneys on Saturday identified the person who allegedly jumped a White House fence Friday night and got so deep into the compound that he was seen hiding behind one the mansion’s column before being apprehended."

<figcaption>A valiant effort</figcaption>
A valiant effort

It was a terrible misunderstanding though, because the apprehended patriot "had an appointment":

The officer also states Tran, dressed in a hooded sweatshirt of jacket, told him, “I am a friend of the president. I have an appointment.”

The documents state Trans was also carrying an Apple laptop computer, a book written by Trump and a letter to the president.

In the letter, Tran mentions “Russian hackers” and that he has relevant information. Tran also writes that he’s been called “schizophrenic” and that his phone and email communications have been “read by a third party,” according to the documents.

After the incident, Trump allegedly described the man as "disturbed".

This is obviously an attempt to discredit anyone who thinks that Trump is a Putinbot as an unhinged schizophrenic. It won't work! We have an appointment and we demand answers. 

UPDATE — Commenter "Kenny" writes to us on Facebook: "Schizophrenia, mace and a backpack? Sounds like Antifa". 



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