Biden’s dog Commander was removed from the White House after 11 biting incidents.
‘Removed’ to WHERE?
Maybe if Biden wouldn’t grab his tail and taunt him like he did his other GSD, Commander would be fine.
It’s the owners – NOT THE DOGS! pic.twitter.com/0cWOumAHQ0
— 🇺🇸ProudArmyBrat (@leslibless) October 5, 2023
In yet another display of bad behavior by Joe Biden’s dog Commander, the canine bit a White House groundskeeper, Dale Haney, on the arm. This incident comes after a string of attacks on Secret Service agents, one of whom had to be hospitalized. It seems that the White House is more interested in making excuses for Commander’s behavior than holding their agents’ safety as a priority.
Politico reports that the White House attributes the dog’s aggressive behavior to the high-stress surroundings on the premises. They’ve insinuated that the body language of Secret Service agents might agitate Commander. Nevertheless, present and past staff members express doubts, hinting that the dog seems especially drawn to the president’s security detail. Some see this as another instance of the Biden administration deflecting accountability.
It’s clear that there is a lack of control and oversight when it comes to Biden’s pets. Not long ago, Biden had to replace his previous dog, Major, due to similar issues with biting. Yet, Commander’s behavior has not been effectively addressed, showing a failure on the part of the president to properly handle the situation. It’s unacceptable that the safety of Secret Service agents is being compromised by the irresponsibility of the president and his staff.
Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch has obtained emails documenting 10 previous attacks by Commander from October 2022 to January 2023. In one incident, an officer had to be hospitalized after the dog bit them on the arm and thigh. This is a serious matter that should not be brushed aside. The fact that Commander has not been disciplined or restrained appropriately speaks to the lack of control within the White House.
It’s time for the Biden administration to take ownership of the situation and ensure that their pets are properly trained and restrained. The safety of Secret Service agents, White House staff, and visitors should be their top priority. It’s clear that the “stressful environment” excuse is nothing more than an attempt to shift blame and avoid accountability. This behavior reflects poorly on the president and raises concerns about his ability to handle even the simplest of issues within his own residence.