Since the inauguration of the 46th President of the United States, Joe Biden, the 78-year-old Democrat has signed a wide range of executive orders changing and enforcing some new laws in the United States.
Change is constant but not everyone likes change, a 66-year-old woman got close to the white house in her car hiding a loaded handgun.
The lady in a car got to the security checkpoint in downtown Washington D.C. and requested to move forward telling police that she wants to see the President to give him a letter
Unfortunately for the woman, her means of approach was suspicious and the police did a quick search on her vehicle making them to see the a loaded handgun which was unregistered.
The police swiftly arrested her and her case is being investigated by the Secret Service.
Until now, news of what was in the letter has not been revealed but it was obvious that she wanted to harm the President.
Reports have it that, this is not the first time citizens have tried to bypass the security checkpoint with loaded weapons.
All the life threatening incidents started over a month ago due to the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol which was tied to former President, Donald Trump.
New source: Complex
Share your thoughts about the recent incident, do you think many Americans are already unhappy with Joe Biden's new changes?
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