Secret Service Agents Angry About WH Spin on ‘First Dog’ Bites
A Secret Service agent bit by President Biden’s dog was “pissed” by how White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki swept it under the rug to the press, according to newly obtained emails.
One of the dogs, a German Shepard named Major, bit multiple White House staffers, resulting in the dog being relocated to the Biden family’s home in Delaware.
However, Secret Service were not satisfied just with the dog’s relocation. In fact, over a year later, memos reveal the staffers’ outrage over the reports released to the public, which they say downplayed the injuries they suffered.
Over 400 pages of records were obtained by Judicial Watch and included details of the injuries suffered by Secret Service agents by the family pet.
A member of the Presidential Protective Division expressed anger at Psaki for how she discussed the dog bit during a press briefing.
“You ok? Someone told me you got bit,” a colleague asked the USSS PPD agent in an email on March 9, 2021.
“Yes I got bit by Major on [redacted] and NO I didn’t surprise the dog doing my job by being at [redacted] as the press secretary just said! Now I’m pissed. Thanks for checking in,” the agent replied.
Similar to the cover-up of Hunter Biden’s dealings, it seems the Biden family is even hiding the actions of the “First Dog.”