CANINE RAGE: Biden’s Dog Attacks Multiple White House Staffers

President Biden’s dog has reportedly been involved in numerous attacks on White House staffers — sending at least one person to the hospital.

Commander, a German Shepherd, is now the second Biden family pet that has been exiled from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Another Biden family dog, Major, was removed after he bit a Secret Service agent, a National Park Service worker and another individual.


“Commander is not presently on the White House campus while next steps are evaluated,” a White House spokesperson told CNN.

The Secret Service originally reported that 11 staffers had been bitten by the dog, but CNN reports the real number is “higher and includes executive residence staff and other White House workers.”

“Those bites have ranged in severity, from one known bite requiring hospital treatment to some requiring attention from the White House Medical Unit to some going unreported and untreated,” CNN reported.

CNN spoke with Secret Service workers who say they are absolutely disgusted with how they are being treated by the White House.

“We’re beyond the point of worrying about trust being broken. We have to speak up,” a source familiar with the president’s Secret Service detail said.

CNN says their source described a “hostile” and “dangerous” work environment, suggesting that “some agents have been warned to go through certain entrances and avoid certain areas to evade an interaction with the dog. The Secret Service communicates to its agents by radio when the dog is outdoors, and officers avoid the area.”

In July, Judicial Watch uncovered records from the Department of Homeland Security in a related lawsuit revealing 10 attacks by Commander on officers of the Secret Service between October 2022 and January 2023. In several cases the agents required medical care, including at a hospital.

The records included a November 5, 2022, email exchange between a Uniformed Division officer and the November 3 attack victim, the first officer asked, “Doing alright [redacted]? That’s freaking crazy that stupid dog – rolling my eyes [redacted].” The victim replied, “My leg and arm still hurts. He bit me twice and ran at me twice.” The colleague replied, “What a joke [redacted] – if it wasn’t their dog he would already have been put down – freaking clown needs a muzzle – hope you get to feeling better [redacted].” 

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The White House told NPR the Bidens “care deeply about the safety of those who work at the White House and those who protect them every day. They remain grateful for the patience and support of the U.S. Secret Service and all involved, as they continue to work through solutions.”

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Had it not been for the work of Judicial Watch the nation would not know that killer dogs prowled the hallways of the White House.

“It is beyond belief that, even after Judicial Watch exposed their attacking 10 Secret Service personnel, Joe and Jill Biden have continued to let their dog menace and attack Secret Service and White House staff. Let’s be blunt: the dangerous dog could kill someone,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “The ongoing Biden administration cover-up of the Biden dog attacks on Secret Service agents is dangerous corruption.”

One of two things is going on with the Biden family and their killer dogs. Either the dogs have taken on the character of their owners or the dogs have become aggressive to protect their feeble master. Either way, it’s not good.

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