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Secret Service On Red Alert – Jets Scrambled At Biden’s Delaware Residency

U.S. fighter jets were scrambled around 2 p.m. today as a civilian aircraft entered restricted airspace around Biden’s Delaware residency.

Biden is currently vacationing at his Delaware residency for the weekend.


The aircraft landed at an airport where the FAA and Secret Service are investigating.

Fox News shares more on the story:

A civilian aircraft that violated restricted airspace in Delaware Saturday afternoon prompted fighter jets to scramble because the president was at his home in Wilmington, Anthony Guglielmi, Chief of Communications for the United States Secret Service, said.

“Shortly after 2 p.m., a civilian aircraft violated restricted airspace north of Wilmington, Delaware,” Guglielmi said.

Such an incredible waste of taxpayers’ money this entire ordeal is.

Not only is Biden vacationing AGAIN.

Now, they are deploying fighter aircraft whenever someone is flying a plane near him!

Politico shares more information about the event:

“As a precaution, assets were scrambled to intercept and the civilian aircraft safely landed at a nearby airport. There were no impacts to the protectee’s movements as a result of this incident and agents from the United States Secret Service are investigating in coordination with the Federal Aviation Administration,” Guglielmi said.

The president is in Wilmington this weekend, and his movements weren’t affected. He attended church Saturday evening after the incident.

I mean, come on.

How many more vacations does this old man need to take?

Do your job!

Just put him in a retirement home; he is not mentally fit to work anymore.

Not that he has done much of anything productive since being in office.


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