Now we know her name: Wenyi Wang.
Earlier, she was just the woman on the camera stand, who interrupted the two most powerful leaders on the planet.
She was within a feet of them — able to get that close to them — legally, correctly and with all the proper credentials. And all because she was a reporter for The Epoch Times, a New York newspaper that supports Falun Gong.
For all I know, she could have been a nut or worse.
But she had credentials and legitimacy and she got in.
My point is not that the woman interrupted the ceremony by shouting in English and then in Chinese, "President Bush: stop him from persecuting the Falun Gong... stop him from killing."
My point is how she got in so easily to the most secure grounds in the most secure city at this most secure ceremony.
Most people are brushing off the woman as a malcontent.
This malcontent got onto the South Lawn of the White House. She cleared security and it took quite a while to clear her out. I guess she didn't have any weapons, but that gives me little comfort.
I don't care if the president of China is chagrined or the president of the United States is embarrassed. I do care that with a bit more moxie, each could have been a lot worse.
Protesters are protesters and there were lots of them outside the White House fence on Thursday.
What scares the heck out of me is that one of them, managed to get inside that fence. And no one's saying anything about it... at all.
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