Commander, the valiant German shepherd of President Biden, has bid adieu to the White House premises due to a string of unfortunate incidents. These included multiple, yet regrettable, biting episodes involving both dedicated staff members and vigilant Secret Service personnel.
In a recent disheartening incident, Commander sunk his teeth into a Secret Service agent, marking the 11th instance of recorded biting. Shockingly, credible sources suggest that there may be numerous additional unreported cases concealed from the public eye.
To make matters worse, on November 3, 2022, Commander delivered such a ferocious bite to a Secret Service agent that the agent required hospitalization for treatment. This is no small matter, folks.
Now, let’s not forget that this isn’t the first time the Bidens have encountered issues with their four-legged friends. Major, their previous canine companion, exhibited a penchant for aggressive behavior and was ultimately relocated to reside with friends in Delaware.
So, what’s the Biden regime saying about all of this? Jill Biden’s communication director offered a statement, asserting that “The President and First Lady care deeply about the safety of those who work at the White House and those who protect them every day.” While that’s an admirable sentiment, let’s not rush to blame the dog for these unfortunate incidents. Instead, perhaps it’s time to scrutinize the Bidens themselves. Whether it’s their out-of-control son, Hunter, or their out-of-control dogs, there’s one glaring common denominator here: they’re all products of the upbringing provided by Joe and Jill. It’s time to take a closer look at the root of the problem,