‘Disco lights’ in White House sends Twitter, #FakeNews into melt-down

Mysterious disco lights at the White House. (Twitter)

Just when we were all certain that disco really was dead, social media recently warned us all that the simplistic, childish thumpings from the 70s had been resurrected from the dead.

And from all places, the second floor of the White House.

As the good folks at Yahoo News reported;

Fox 35 anchor Tom Johnson tweeted that the lights eventually turned off, and it could have been a reflection of sirens or from something happening on the street.

Apparently, Johnson’s speculation was correct. The New York Post reported Monday that the Secret Service said a medical incident occurred outside the White House grounds, and the lights were a reflection from the emergency vehicles responding to the matter.

“The red lights had nothing to do with the White House,” the newspaper quoted a Secret Service spokesperson as saying.

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Tom Johnson, Fox35 – Orlando.

Robin Simmons of WSVN – Miami/Fort Lauderdale.

Breaking911.com news site.

Again, from Tom Johnson of Fox35 letting the world know that all is well.


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