Arkansas man who jumped White House fence was after Chelsea Clinton — News travels slow in the Ozarks

Earlier this week, Shawn Cox jumped onto the White House grounds. He was immediately arrested. At first everybody thought it had something to do with the Bush family.

Now it turns out that he was looking to be a potential suitor (or at least coveralls) for Chelsea Clinton, who he thought still lived at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Uncle Roger was so shocked by the news that he bumped his head on the hitch of his house when he was awakened with the news.

Cox better not offer too much trouble to the Clintons, because, though Cox may be surprised to learn that the Chelsea no longer lives at the White House, her parents haven’t forgotten the directions to Ft. Marcy Park.

Cox’s plea of insanity is expected to be upheld by the judge


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