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Toddler Who Breached White House Security Gets Time Out


If you want to hack a computer, ask for help from a teenage geek.

If you want to reach high levels in a video game, watch a grade school kid.

baby spiesBut, if you want to break through the gates at the residence of the most powerful man in the world, with the most sophisticated surveillance equipment and trained forces,  get a baby to do it.

h/t USA Today

Security officers briefly locked down the White House on Thursday night amid an alarm that someone tried to jump the fence along Pennsylvania Avenue — only to discover that a toddler had squeezed through the iron bars.


The “fence baby” made his move around 8:10 p.m., as reporters waited to see if President Obama would make a statement about Iraq. Journalists spotted officers racing across the North Lawn.


Secret Service spokesman Edwin Donovan said of the child: “We were going to wait until he learned to talk to question him, but in lieu of that he got a timeout and was sent on [his]way with his parents.”

For all we know, this was a spy disguised as a small, innocent looking toddler, on his way to infiltrate the Obama Administration. He probably would have made it, too, since he resembled the administration’s high ranking childish, tantrum-throwing members. It was his toothless grin that gave him away.



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