A veteran went actually over the White House fence under the previous administration, emphatically trying to speak to then President George W. Bush, to end the sniper operations in Iraq. He thought it was not working and had lead to accelerated acts against US personnel, Humvee tires shot out of nowhere, which I once thought not deflatable, and other indeterminable bullet origins. These protest actions do not present a trespass or criminal intent, why not allowed under the Bill of Rights? “Obstructing a sidewalk” had been used against some sitting along one in NYC back in the last century.
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