‘Non-Scalable Fence’ Installed at White House Ahead of Election 2020

A “non scalable fence” is being placed around the White House in anticipation of the 2020 Election and possible protests.

Staff members at the White House installed the fence. It’s about 8 feet high and will create a perimeter around the White House to keep anyone out that may want to get in, CNN reports. The chief of police for Washington, DC has indicated that civil unrest will happen regardless of who wins.

The fence was once put into place earlier in the year after George Floyd‘s murder at the hands of a white police officer caused mass protests across the country in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Election Day is today and it’s really important to get out and vote. Joe Biden is running against Donald Trump, and some believe we may not know the results of the election for days or weeks.

If you missed it, Trump made a huge snafu at his rally last night.

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