President Biden has let crime get so bad that even our FBI agents are getting preyed upon.
On Thursday, authorities launched a search for two individuals following a carjacking incident involving an FBI agent in Washington, D.C. that transpired on Wednesday. A reward of up to $10,000 is being offered for information leading to the apprehension of the suspects accused of stealing the FBI agent’s vehicle at gunpoint as they exited on Wednesday afternoon. Subsequently, the perpetrators fled the scene in the stolen FBI vehicle.
Within an hour, the car was located about a mile away from the theft site. The ongoing investigation is a collaborative effort between the bureau’s Washington Field Office and the Metropolitan Police Department’s carjacking task force.
Carjacking incidents in the nation’s capital have surged this year, more than doubling the previous figures. Notable victims include a diplomat from the United Arab Emirates and Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, who experienced a carjacking near the Capitol in October involving three armed assailants. Fortunately, despite the theft of his car, Cuellar emerged unharmed.
In a separate incident earlier this month, Secret Service agents protecting President Joe Biden’s granddaughter discharged shots when three individuals attempted to break into an unmarked Secret Service vehicle. Fortunately, no injuries were reported.
Washington has witnessed a significant increase in violent crime this year, with rates surging over 40% compared to the previous year.