Somebody was on the ball and came up with a good idea.
Social media is awash with claims one of the Secret Service agents protecting President Donald Trump had prosthetic arms, with his real hands on the trigger of a gun under his coat.
The theory stems from analysis of video footage as President Trump, his wife Melania and son Barron went on an informal walkabout down Pennsylvania Avenue after Friday’s inauguration.
The Trumps were surrounded by a phalanx of bodyguards in the standard-issue trenchcoats.
But one of the agents came in for particular scrutiny because his arms did not appear to move and his hands remained in the same position for several long minutes.
The theory that he was holding a gun under his coat was only dispelled when emerges and video emerged of him moving his arms and using his hands.
He used his hands BEFORE going out to walk with the Trumps. Look at those hands frozen in position in the embedded video.
The Sun reports on speculation that the agent was holding a machine gun under his long coat, specifically an FN-P90.
The FN-P90 is a compact Belgian sub machine gun used by the Secret Service Emergency Response Teams which holds 50 rounds of ammo and would be small enough to fit under a winter coat.Agents are known to wear bullet-proof underpants made out of Kevlar along with armoured suits.
Along with a larger automatic weapon, officers protecting the President also carry a smaller hand gun and M84 stun grenades which temporarily blind and deafen assailants.Members of the Emergenmcy Response Unit carry a Wolfeyes 320 lumen torch which is reportedly more powerful than headlights on a BMW car.
You can decide for youself, but I think those hands were fake.