Joe Biden's dogs injure federal employees, he thinks it's funny

 March 29, 2024

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

Documentation from the federal government has confirmed that Joe Biden's dogs, while he's been in the White House, have attacked and bitten dozens of federal workers, including Secret Service employees, and at least one ended up hospitalized.

He thinks it's funny.

So he made a joke at a fundraiser for his campaign this week.

The Gateway Pundit immediately skewered him for his lack of concern over those injured by his dogs.

The report recalled, "The attacks by Commander and the Bidens’ previous Shepherd Major were so numerous and severe that each dog was exiled from the White House and Biden family–but only after news of the attacks leaked to the media."

The fundraiser, at which Barack Obama and Bill Clinton appeared, had tickets costing up to $500,000.

"Reuters reporter Nandita Bose reported the joke by Biden, “'@JoeBiden at the NY fundraiser: Harry Truman said if you want a friend in Washington, get a dog. I got one and it bit a secret service agent,'" the report said.

And the Pundit noted the Bidens are "in your face" about "their vicious dogs" because they featured one on this year's official White House Easter Egg.

It was government watchdog Judicial Watch that uncovered 269 pages of records from the Secret Service confirming attacks on personnel by Biden's dogs.

Commander alone is blamed for 23 biting incidents, and legal experts have pointed out that had that dog been owned by someone else, they easily could have been found liable in civil court for damages from what amounts to a dangerous animal.

The Pundit reported, "After one incident, East Wing public tours were stopped for approximately 20 minutes due to the blood on the floor from the attack in the area of the 'Booksellers.'"

The Pundit reported Judicial Watch's source reported Biden mistreated his dogs, punching and kicking them.

WND previously has reported on the documentation of the dog attacks, and their subsequent removal from the White House.

A report at the time confirmed "biting incidents" actually "terrorized Secret Service agents" and others.

A report then "explained famed dog behaviorist Cesar Millan had offered to try to help, but sources confirmed the Bidens refused to engage in 'any problem-solving discussions to protect the agents and [executive residence] staff.'"

In one attack situation, Biden essentially called a Secret Service agent a liar after his report of the attack.


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