Secret Service Forces Press Off Street While Allowing Pro-Amnesty Activists to Stay

Thursday, April 10, 2014
By Paul Martin

White House prefers to grant access to those more supportive of Obama’s policies

Kit Daniels
April 10, 2014

As President Obama arrived at the Lyndon B. Johnson Auditorium in Austin, Texas today for a speech, Secret Service allowed pro-amnesty supporters to demonstrate on a street outside of the event while forcing press to stand further away.

About ten minutes prior to the presidential motorcade pulling into the auditorium, which is at the University of Texas, local police told Infowars reporters and other members of the press that they could not stand on the closed street and would have to film the event from the sidewalk opposite of the auditorium.

But once over 100 pro-amnesty supporters arrived, police allowed them to demonstrate on the street while still asking press to remain on the sidewalk.

When asked why the activists were allowed on the street but not the press, a Travis Co. Deputy Sheriff said that Secret Service was “making the calls.”

There’s no doubt that the Secret Service’s objective was to control President Obama’s image by restricting press access while also showcasing event attendees who are more supportive of the president’s policies.

For one, out of all the press members who received media badges for the event, only a select few were allowed to attend Obama’s speech as well as speeches given by former presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter on previous days.

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