"It,s like stealing a national monument. It,s like stealing him, it can,t be done. Not it it shouldn’t be done it cant be done. Let me prove it to you. Ok Ben, pay attention. I have brought you to the Library of Congress…why? Because it,s the biggest library in the world. Over twenty million books and they’re all saying the same exact thing: listen to Riley. What we have here my friend, is an entire layout of the archives. Builders blueprints, we’ve got ahh construction orders, phone lines, water and sewage, it,s all here. Now when the Declaration is on display okay, it is surrounded by guards and video monitors and little families from Iowa and little kids on their eighth grade field trip and beneath an inch of bulletproof glass is an army of sensors and heat monitors that will go off if someone gets too close with a high fever. Now, when it is not on display it is lowered into a four foot thick, concrete, steel-plated vault. That happens to be equipped with an electronic combination lock and biometric access-denial systems"