Walls Don’t Work, But U.S. Capitol Wall to be Permanent During Biden, Pelosi Reign

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WASHINGTON, DC – As President Joe Biden’s administration is busy tearing down the walls along the U.S. border with Mexico, it’s just as busy building new walls, such as the one around the nation’s Capitol building.  Erected for inauguration day to stave off a mass attack by violent right-wing extremists that never happened, the administration has announced the wall around the Capitol is here to stay.

“In the days following January 6, 2021, with the assistance of our Federal and local law enforcement partners, and our Congressional stakeholders, the United States Capitol Police (USCP) has hardened the physical security across the Capitol Complex in order to further protect the Congress,” the U.S. Capitol Police Chief Yogananda D. Pittman said. “Upon becoming the Acting Chief on January 8, 2021, I immediately directed my staff to conduct a physical security assessment of the entire Capitol Complex.  This assessment is in addition to the USCP’s Inspector General’s review of the events of January 6, 2021, and the third-party review of the Complex’s physical infrastructure, processes, and command and control being conducted at the behest of Speaker Pelosi by retired Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré.”

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Yogananda D. Pittman said the following in a statement:

“I welcome each of these reviews, and I am ensuring that the Department will provide all of the information that is necessary to facilitate these studies.  In the end, we all have the same goal — to prevent what occurred on January 6 from ever happening again.

“As I noted earlier this week, even before September 11, 2001, security experts argued that more needed to be done to protect the U.S. Capitol.  In fact, a 2006 security assessment specifically recommended the installation of a permanent perimeter fence around the Capitol.

“In light of recent events, I can unequivocally say that vast improvements to the physical security infrastructure must be made to include permanent fencing, and the availability of ready, back-up forces in close proximity to the Capitol.

“I look forward to working with Congress on identifying the security improvements necessary to ensure the safety and security of the Congress and the U.S. Capitol.”