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You’ve seen them running alongside the presidential limousine, scanning large crowds like hawks and walking around the grounds of the White House. Of course, we’re talking about the US Secret Service. These men and women have a serious job and they definitely look the part. Dressed in their black suits, their best-known job is to protect the POTUS. But there’s more to it than that. As you’ll see with these following 10 secrets, the Secret Service is about more than looking intimidating while wearing sunglasses.
Ahead we’ll start you off by explaining the original purpose of the Secret Service. Spoiler alert – it didn’t actually involve protecting the President. From investigations to interrogations, we’ll take a look at some of the other jobs the Secret Service performs today. Ever wonder what would happen if most of the US government was wiped out? Well, the Secret Service plays a role in ensuring the continuity of the government and it involves the secret location of Mount Weather. Of course, all those men and women in suits need a place to hang out and we’ve found it on H Street in Washington D.C. We’ll also show you that the Secret Service isn’t all about taking a bullet either. No, they are prepared to perform all sorts of life-saving procedures on the President to ensure their chances of staying alive between the time of an incident and arrival at the nearest hospital. There’s also the fact that not all agents are human. That’s right, dogs do their part in the secret service and their training is just as rigorous as it is for their two-legged masters. Then there’s the proximity of the Secret Service to the President. As you’ll see, they are always nearby and sometimes it can be a little too close for comfort. Even in the safe confines of the White House, agents are on guard and that includes those stationed in the kitchen. They’re not just there to keep the chefs safe. We’ll show you how agents are forensic experts who can track down a threatening letter just by the type of ink it was written with. Finally, there’s the weaponry and equipment. We all know the Secret Service packs some firepower. However, the types of devices and weapons can be truly mind-boggling as it demonstrates they are ready for nearly any scenario.
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Can you explain why the secret service doesn't want us to know these things? If they didn't want anyone to know that they policed US currency, then why would they allow hollywood to disclose such info in movies? Also if the Secret Service didn't want us to know these things, then why would they post such facts on their website for all to see?
At my high school (before I was a student there) a student jokingly threatened the president (not sure who was in office now). The next morning secret service was there to arrest the kid. He verbally threatened him at school. They have their eyes and ears EVERYWHERE!
Well they are failing with flying colors on the counterfeiting front. If they were serious in their mandate they would lock up Federal Reserve bankers and Fed governors and shutdown the Federal Reserve as it is the biggest counterfeiting operation in existence!!
Thank you to the family of this amazing secret service man, Nole Remagen, who put his life on the line daily to protect our president & First Lady as well as the will of the people. He will always be a hero to us Trump supporters!!! Many prayers to his loved ones.
protect the president but they don’t do there jobs very well. Oh and that one building they talked about I had trash in my hand and i tried to throw it out but sadly i had to keep it in my hand till I saw the closest trash can
thank you for the video. I am a little overfull of advertisements that demand attention, time and actions before coming near the info I want.... it's a quality of life thing. I want less sales going on in my consciousness each day.
Washington DC only houses the government elected REPRESENTATIVES of our government. We the People ARE the government. We hire or elect individuals to fill specific leadership positions. If a terrorist attack obliterated the Capitol, We the People still exist to select and elect a new group of leaders. Of course, it is prudent to have at least one representative surviving to assist with the government process.
Question asked of Secret Service agents protecting recent presidents: Would you take a bullet for the President?
Agent for President G. H.W. Bush: Yes, sir!
for President Clinton: Yeah.
for President G. W. Bush: Oh ... well ... I suppose.
for President Obama: I guess I'm still supposed to say yes. So, yes.
for Trump: I'd take a punch in the face.
So this video was created to inform future assassins? Why didn't this happen with previous presidents up to Obama why did cnn and msnbc run a story on inauguration day about what would happen if trump was assassinated? Easy answer. They want trump to be assassinated
This list sounds cool, but it makes me wonder how many on this list actually applies to Trump and his situation 😂 after all, it’s kinda hard to keep someone safe when they’re constantly ignoring the secret service rules and doing whatever they want 🙄
It this is true that they do something to anyone that said they want to harm the President, then why are there so many Liberals on TV that had said that they want to do harm to Trump but they are still walking around and making millions. When it gets where some nut bag can say that they want to do harm or wish harm to Trump but nothing is done to them.
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