“Biden’s Dog Commander Injures Secret Service Officer and Six Others After Replacing First Pooch Major, Sending Officer to Hospital”

According to the non-profit organization Judicial Watch, President Biden’s German shepherd, Commander, was involved in biting or threatening ten individuals from October 2022 to January. Judicial Watch recently disclosed that it obtained 194 pages of records from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security detailing the attacks on Secret Service agents by Commander, President Biden’s German Shepherd.

These incidents occurred between October and January, and several agents required medical attention, including hospital treatment, which raises concerns about how the President and the Secret Service managed their family pets. Commander, a pure-bred German Shepherd, was brought into the family in December 2021 to replace another German Shepherd named Major.

Major was reportedly given to family friends after being involved in a series of attacks on Secret Service and White House staff.

“Recently, Commander has been exhibiting extremely aggressive behavior,” a Secret Service Lieutenant, whose name was redacted, wrote in an October 2022 email.

“Today; while posted, he came charging at me,” the Lt. continciued. “The First Lady couldn’t regain control of commander (sic) and he continued to circle me.”

“I believe it’s only a matter of time before an agent/officer is attacked or bit.”

The unnamed Lieutenant demonstrated foresight as the First Family’s dog bit a protective detail agent.

“Commander bite UD Officer [redacted] at post two times, one time in the upper right arm and a second bite on the officers thigh,” according to a November Secret Service email.

“WH medical treated the officer and made the decision to have [name redacted] transported to [redacted] Hospital.”

After the incident, the injured agent was reportedly put on three days of restricted duty as advised by the hospital’s treating physician. Two days following the incident, the agent responded to a colleague’s email inquiring about their recovery progress.

“My leg and arm still hurts,” the agent responded. “He bit me twice and ran at me twice.”

The fellow Secret Service memberwas apparently horrified.

“What a joke,” the colleague commisserated, “if it wasn’t their dog he would already have been put down – freaking clown needs a muzzle.”

The White House has come under scrutiny for its lack of transparency concerning these incidents. Critics are worried about the possibility of persisting safety concerns.

“These shocking records raise fundamental questions about President Biden and the Secret Service,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.

“This is a special sort of craziness and corruption where a president would allow his dog to repeatedly attack and bite Secret Service and White House personnel,” continued Mr. Fitton.

“And rather than protect its agents, the Secret Service tried to illegally hide documents about the abuse of its agents and officers by the Biden family.”