Meyers: Fast Pass Given to W.H. Intruders as Secret Service Wanted To Be More Like Disney World

‘Former Secret Service chief, Julia Pierson, reportedly said this summer that the agency needed to be more like Disney World’

MEYERS: “This is crazy to me. This news is crazy to me. Former Secret Service chief, Julia Pierson, reportedly said this summer that the agency needed to be more like Disney World. More like Disney World in its approach to protecting the president. That way — what that means is that way, intruders could still get into the White House but they could never remember where they parked. You’d catch them in the parking lot. That’s how it works. You get them in the parking lot. They want it to be more like Disney World. I guess they started by giving the fence-jumper a fast pass. He got a fast pass.”

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