Is Joe Biden Running a Dog-Fighting Operation in the White House?
It’s become quite the spectacle at the White House lately, and no, we’re not talking about the latest political drama. We’re talking about the furry, four-legged terrorists known as Joe Biden’s dogs. Yes, you read that right. These canine hooligans are wreaking havoc and biting anyone who dares to cross their path. It’s like a real-life version of the infamous Michael Vick dog-fighting scandal.
Biden's Unhinged Dog That Was Biting Everyone Is Removed From the White House
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First, there was Major, the original troublemaker. After several biting incidents, the Biden family decided it was best to send him “to live with friends.” But did they learn their lesson? Absolutely not. They replaced Major with Commander, who has proven to be just as vicious, sinking his teeth into unsuspecting staffers on at least ten different occasions.
Now, the latest victim is a member of the Secret Service. That’s right, even those brave men and women tasked with protecting the President are not safe from the wrath of Commander. It’s like a horror movie, with this German Shepherd channeling his inner Cujo.
You would think the Biden family would take responsibility for their out-of-control dogs, but instead, they keep making excuses. They promised to implement “new training and leashing protocols” for their pets, but clearly, that was all talk and no action. These dogs are out of control, and it’s clear that the Bidens are unable to keep them in check.
In light of the recent incident, Commander has been temporarily sent away, but will this just be a temporary solution? Or will he be permanently banished from the White House? The Bidens are surely concerned about the potential lawsuits that could arise from these dog attacks, so it wouldn’t be surprising if Commander’s transfer becomes permanent.
But honestly, maybe it’s time to consider a more drastic solution. Katie, a wise voice in the crowd, suggested that the dog should be put down. While some may see this as a harsh suggestion, it’s clear that Commander poses a threat to the safety of White House staff and Secret Service officers. It’s time for action, not just empty promises of better training.
The Biden administration needs to take this issue seriously. It’s not just about the safety of those working in the White House; it’s about the image and reputation of our country. A President who can’t control his own dogs sends a message of weakness and incompetence. It’s time to put an end to this canine chaos and restore order in the White House.