Eight months after Joe Biden has been installed as the President of the United States, endless horror every month is being reported.
Currently, his debacle in Afghanistan is still happening and sadly, it’s getting worse as the deadline draws fast.
Recently, the Judicial Watch reported that Bidens’ dog Major was responsible for numerous biting incidents of Secret Service personnel. One email notes that “at the current rate an Agent or Officer has been bitten every day this week (3/1-3/8) causing damage to attire or bruising/punctures to the skin.” The documents show that agents were advised to protect their “hands/fingers” by placing their hands “in their pockets.” Photos of the dog bite injuries were redacted (blacked out) by the agency.
Judicial Watch also confirmed that some bites were a very server that victims needed medical attention.
These types of incidents should be taken care of and not hidden to the people, but that is not the case for White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki where she just confirmed one biting incident dated in March, claiming the Major the dog was surprised by an unfamiliar person and reacted in resulting to a minor injury to the individual.
Remembering Biden’s other dog died in June 2021 named Champ and no specific cause of death was shared to the public.
Despite his issues, both the president and first lady have made clear that Major is a beloved member of the family. “He’s a sweet dog,” the president said earlier this year.
This is just proof that Biden’s dog was nippier than what the White House says.
One Secret Service agent also said that the 3-year-old pup is not always predictable, be careful. Can somebody put a leash on that dog?