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The White House announced it would do what most homeowners practice to secure their property: “Lock the front door.”

“After Friday night’s incident, when the door is not in use, it will be secured,” said White House press secretary Josh Earnest, clarifying that officials would, in fact, lock the door.

An Iraq war veteran armed with a concealed knife managed to scale the outer fence of the White House and make it through the North Portico doors, near the residence of the first family.

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There was a heightened security presence outside the White House and Earnest said the Secret Service had launched an investigation on how to further bolster security around 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Earnest said officials were exploring whether to boost staffing levels and move security personnel to other parts of the White House.

“Providing security at the White House is a complicated business,” Earnest said, reminding reporters that thousands of tourists visit the president’s residence every year.

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When asked about the president’s response to the security breach, Earnest said Obama was “obviously concerned” but will still be able to “get out and play golf.”

Really? They will now “lock” the front door? What about the “front doors” on our porous borders?

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Omar J. Gonzalez, the “oppressed migrant,” who jumped the White House fence deserves the right to live in President Barack Obama’s home, just as the president is allowing hundreds of thousands of “border jumping” Central Americans to live in Americans’ homeland, says a new tongue-in-cheek petition posted at the “We the People” White House website.

“We urge President Obama to immediately and publicly recognize that Mr. Omar J. Gonzalez, the ‘Undocumented Visitor’, was merely looking for a better life when he entered the White House after going over the classist, divisive and needless fence,” says the petition, which was authored by D.A. King, founder of the Georgia-based Dustin Inman Society, which advocates for actual enforcement of immigration law.

You can read and sign the petition HERE to speed up comprehensive visitor reform!

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