What’s up with the new ‘wall’ at the White House?

A new ‘wall’ erected at the White House in Washington D.C. is giving some people pause for concern, but what is its purpose?

The mainstream media hasn’t reported on the construction taking place, and the lack of official information is prompting some to look for answers on their own.

Further investigation appears to debunk the idea that the wall is being covertly built right under the noses of Americans. Several people have marched down to the White House themselves to get a glimpse of the happenings, and their reports indicate that it is standard construction procedure. While it’s not clear exactly what is being worked on, a couple of the men who have posted videos to Twitter and YouTube believe that construction on the fountain in front of the White House is what prompted the wall.

One noted that this is the procedure whenever a project is being worked on, and thus doesn’t indicate that there is any cause for concern:

“I’m at the White House and it’s hard to see exactly what they’re doing. They’ve got an excavator here, and it doesn’t look like he’s doing any digging, it’s moving these jersey barriers, they’re putting up like a, wall, a small wall,” the man points out. “This is the fountain in front of the White House that’s now been turned off so who knows what they’re doing.”

“But it’s not uncommon when they do projects, if I could show you the Capitol or on the other side where they’re still finishing this fence, all the time when they’re doing work at most government buildings they do cover them up and create like a barrier so we can’t see what’s going on,” he continues. “It almost looks like they’re doing some work on this fountain or something, I’m not really sure.”

A YouTuber by the name “PenguinSix” also traveled down to the site and, in a longer video, gives a more in-depth look at the current construction as well as the surrounding area:

As of this publishing, there doesn’t appear to be any indication that the wall is the result of anything other than standard construction taking place at the White House.

Sierra Marlee


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