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Biden’s Strange Biting Accident


Sometimes the signs are always there.

President Biden’s 2-year-old German shepherd, Commander, has been involved in a series of biting incidents, according to internal Secret Service communications reviewed by The NY Post. These attacks, which were not previously reported, are reminiscent of the aggressive behavior exhibited by former first dog Major, who was removed from the White House due to similar issues in 2021.

One of the most serious documented incidents involving Commander occurred on November 3, 2022, when the dog bit a Secret Service uniformed officer, causing injuries that required treatment at a local hospital. Another Secret Service member had their hand and arm broken by Commander weeks later during a family movie night outside the White House. The following month, Commander bit a security technician at Biden’s home in Wilmington, Del.

These incidents were brought to light through emails released under the Freedom of Information Act to the conservative legal group Judicial Watch. However, it is likely that there are more incidents involving Commander that were not documented during his initial nine months at the White House or the most recent six-month period.

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton expressed concerns about the repeated attacks by Commander and the Secret Service’s attempt to hide documents related to the abuse of its agents and officers by the Biden family.


Behind the scenes, Secret Service agents reported alarming incidents involving Commander. On November 3, the dog unprovokedly bit a Secret Service officer’s arm and leg, causing considerable pain and requiring hospitalization. In another incident on November 10, Commander bit a Secret Service officer on the thigh while First Lady Jill Biden was walking the dog.

On November 14, a Secret Service officer had to defend themselves with a chair to avoid being attacked by Commander. The incidents continued into December, with an agent reporting being bitten on the arm and hand on December 11, after the president had taken Commander off his leash following a movie. Another officer was bitten on December 16 while walking across the complex.

The White House attributed these incidents to the unique and often stressful environment for family pets at the executive mansion. However, the documented attacks have raised concerns about President Biden’s role in handling the situation and the safety of Secret Service and White House personnel.

It’s strange that President Biden’s second dog is just as untamed and aggressive as his first one. While this issue it’s that big of a problem when looking at the grand scope of things going in America, It looks very bad for President Biden and his family who can’t even get their pet dog under control.