June 19, 2024

REPORT: Secret Service Destroyed Tapes of Commander Biting Agent

The Commander saga continues…

Reports are now breaking that the Secret Service may have destroyed evidence in the biting incident regarding Biden’s dog Commander.

The Secret Service allegedly destroyed the video surveillance tapes of the attack, as well as shutting down tours so the blood from the biting incident could be cleaned up.

Deleting Evidence

The Daily Mail found this out via a Freedom of Information Act request made in March.

The alleged biting took place in June 2023, which started the cycle of news on the subject, eventually leading to the Biden dog's removal from the White House.

The attack was hardly what we have read thus far in the media.

The report stated, “The video purportedly showed Commander running at a high rate of speed and jumping toward the agent in the East Wing's Kennedy Garden, leaving a 'deep bite' on the individual's left arm 'that reportedly needed stitches,' the email said.”

It goes on to say that tours of the East Wing were halted for about 20 minutes because of the blood on the floor from the biting.

The Secret Service's Freedom of Information Act Officer Kevin Tyrrell told the Daily Mail, “Due to Secret Service retention standards, the above mentioned file(s) has been destroyed.”

We have to keep tax records for seven years, yet the Secret Service can destroy evidence in less than a year… yeah, that makes sense.

Commander was reportedly involved in 25 attacks, at least, while Major, Biden’s other dog, also had several documented attacks.

Again, I do not fault the dogs for this, as this is strictly a training issue, and I don’t believe the dogs were ever properly trained to be in such an aggressive environment.

Shepherds are naturally protective dogs, so if not trained, anyone with a gun or acting aggressive in nature in any way would be deemed a threat.

This is something that could have easily been trained had the Biden family chosen to do this rather than just using these dogs for props.

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