It sounds too ridiculous and far fetched to be true - but it is. Shots were fired at the White House on Friday and authorities just discovered that a bullet had hit a window at the White House. The shots appear to be from a high powered rifle and the window struck was that of the Obama's living quarters. The Obama's were not home at the time of the incident. How in the world did something like this happen with relative disinterest from the media?
"Imagine you with a rifle anywhere in Washington. I... I don't see you not being in jail. Do you? Does anybody? I just don't see you not showing up in stripes or an orange jumpsuit," Glenn said.
"Now, imagine that you had a high‑powered rifle and you shot several shots at the White House and then the Secret Service and the cops and everybody find out who you are and they track you down. They start running after you. And you get out of your car and leave an AK‑47 and a machine gun in your car and you run. Help me out again. In this scenario you get away. Now, what?"
"Now, imagine this. You, high‑powered rifle, in your car, you run, you get away. That was on Friday. It's now Wednesday and you're still at‑large! They now think that you may have done it again yesterday or the day before because they're finding more bullets in the White House and it wasn't there before. Excuse me? Have I slipped through some sort of a wormhole?"
"Now, imagine that you were that shooter that got away. Imagine the scenario that you would have to concoct where your picture wouldn't be the lead story everywhere coast to coast because you're a crazy man with a high‑powered sniper rifle who's been firing shots at the White House. By the way, what kind of crazy world would you have do live into where you couldn't get a picture of that guy, where every, every American in the country wouldn't know what that man's face looked like? Can you imagine that? I mean, imagine, you'd say to yourself, no way, man. I'd be the most famous man in America within three days, right? Right."
Not long after Glenn was off the air, the police were able to capture the suspect.
Law enforcement captured a man Wednesday afternoon wanted in connection with a shooting incidentnear the White House Friday.
Police took 21-year-old Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez into custody in Indiana, Penn. shortly after noon on Wednesday, NBC Washington reported. He was captured in a hotel and being held by Pennsylvania State Police. No other details were immediately available.