Biden STAFFER Bombshell – Rumors Are Spreading…

President Biden’s staff believe that his German Shepherd has developed a taste for Secret Service personnel, showing an aggressiveness toward security that strikes fear into them.

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Two-year-old Commander has reportedly bitten eleven Secret Service agents to date. The last one was chomped on in late September.

“Among staff, there is an emerging belief that, in the eyes of Commander, they are off limits; that the dog only has an appetite for the Secret Service,” Politico reported concerning the growing fear of the German Shepherd.

“It’s shocking that he can be so aggressive,” one White House staffer contended. “I’ve never seen him like that.”

Conservative legal activist group Judicial Watch has previously gotten a hold of reports on ten other incidents detailed in 196 pages of internal communications concerning the dog terrorizing Secret Service agents from October 2022 through January 2023, according to Fox News.

“One of the more serious incidents resulted in the victim, a Secret Service agent, being taken to the hospital after his interaction with the first dog. The victim was bitten on his thigh and arm on Nov. 3, 2022,” Fox News reported.

Some of Biden’s staff love the dog and others fear him according to a Politico report that came out Monday.

“Everyone loves him,” a White House staffer claimed. “He’s always so friendly.”

That appears to not be exactly true. Some on Biden’s staff think that Commander has a penchant for going after Secret Service officers, according to Politico.

“The White House is just a crazy environment for a dog,” a former White House official stated. “There are enormous men with guns acting suspiciously hostile everywhere.”

At least one staffer has a different theory on why Commander bites agents.

“Dogs are very reactive to humans and when staff greet Commander, it’s usually with a big smile,” the staffer pointed out. “That’s not the case for Secret Service agents, who tend to be less warm and fuzzy while on the job.”

“As we’ve noted before, the White House can be a stressful environment for family pets, and the First Family continues to work on ways to help Commander handle the often unpredictable nature of the White House grounds,” a spokesperson for the first lady told Politico in an interview. “The President and First Lady are incredibly grateful to the Secret Service and Executive Residence staff for all they do to keep them, their family, and the country safe.”

“But whatever additional training Commander is getting hasn’t seemed to do the trick yet. Some White House staffers and reporters have running bets among themselves about how much longer until the Bidens will be forced to send Commander away, too,” Politico reported, referring to Biden’s other German Shepherd Major who also had a habit of biting and was sent away eventually.

“Sometime before Thanksgiving seems to be a popular take among reporters,” the media outlet posited.

“We do wonder how much longer they can keep him around,” a White House staffer confided in Politico. “At a certain point, it becomes impossible.”

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