Biden Injures Secret Service Members

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( – Over a four-month period, President Biden’s German shepherd Commander who was 2 years old has bit seven different people. His previous dog, Major, had also been taken away from the White House for exhibiting aggressive behavior.

The Post in a recent report pointed to the internal Secret Service records which detailed a number of incidents that involved the Commander that had not previously been reported. This included incidents that resembled those involving Major, the former first dog was then handed over to family friends after he reportedly had bitten several Secret Service members in 2021.

In one of the most serious cases, the White House physician’s office had to refer a Secret Service officer to receive treatment from a local hospital after Commander had bitten both their thigh and arm on Nov. 3, 2022.

These emails were released by Judicial Watch, a legal group under the Freedom of Information Act. Only weeks later in a different incident, Commander had bitten a Secret Service member’s hand with such force that he broke skin. Commander has also had a problem with biting outside of the White House as he previously bit the security technician at Biden’s home in Delaware on the back.

The negative news about the family dog is not the only thing that the White House has to deal with. House Republicans have intensified their investigation into the Biden family, including Hunter Biden, President Biden’s son, and even President Biden’s brother James Biden. Specifically, they are looking into what possible role or level of involvement Joe Biden had in the business dealings that the two men had made with foreign countries.

Next week, Devon Archer, a close friend and associate of Hunter Biden will testify that Joe Biden had often participated or was present while Hunter Biden was on the phone with his foreign business associates.

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