President Joe Biden’s ill-behaved dog, Commander, has struck again, this time biting a Secret Service agent on Monday – the 11th documented time the German Shepherd has attacked staff at the Executive Mansion. Shocking internal Secret Service records were recently leaked, revealing that Commander was an aggressive and violent nuisance for at least four months, sending at least one agent to the hospital with lacerations on his arm and thigh. Seven of the victims were bitten within a four-month span, just after the first dog Major was removed from the White House over similar misbehavior issues.
Biden’s dog keeps biting people.
Why can’t he be like his owner and just sniff? pic.twitter.com/Xnf0Xf8BjI
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) September 26, 2023
The dog, a gift from Biden’s brother James and sister-in-law Sara, has become a significant hazard to staff working in the White House residency, with multiple Secret Service agents reporting unprovoked attacks that require serious injury treatment. Despite officials blaming the incidents on “a unique and often stressful environment for family pets,” former USSS agent and security expert Jonathan Wackrow called it a “workplace safety issue” and called on the Bidens to take immediate measures to safeguard staffers, saying, “you can’t bring a hazard into the workplace.”
Wackrow also called Commander’s behavior a “significant hazard” and urged the Bidens to find a solution that would enable the agents to perform their duties with utmost safety. Despite promising to develop additional leashing protocols and training, as well as creating safe zones for the pet to run and exercise, it remains to be seen what measures have been implemented and if they are effective.
Why do Biden’s dogs keep biting his staff? pic.twitter.com/iW5YVcE0fh
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) September 26, 2023
Commander’s violent tendencies have raised criticism and calls for accountability from the conservative camp, with detractors questioning Biden’s leadership and ability to keep not just his residence, but the entire country, safe when he cannot even control his own pet. There are also concerns about the impact of the constant distractions and security breaches on the Secret Service and how it affects their capacity to provide top-notch security for the President and his family.
In conclusion, President Biden’s inability to control his dangerous dog has once again brought his fitness to lead into question, with his family pet posing a significant hazard to the Secret Service agents working in the White House residency. The conservative camp demands accountability and swift action to address this critical security concern, and the President must demonstrate his leadership ability and rectify this situation before another incident occurs.