June 20, 2024

Secret Service Agent Robbed at Gunpoint

The Secret Service has been taking some hits lately, and it is about to take another one.

During Biden’s big Hollywood fundraiser, reports surfaced that a Secret Service agent had been robbed.

According to the reports, the robber got away with a bag containing some of the agent’s belongings.


The Secret Service is supposed to be the elite of the elite in terms of protection.

These agents are trained to observe, identify, and neutralize any threat before that threat has a chance to carry out its nefarious plans.

So, I cannot help but wonder how a common street thug got the drop on an agent who had been assigned to protect Joe Biden.

Local reports stated that the agent was robbed at gunpoint, with the robber getting away in an SUV before the agent fired his weapon (it does not appear the agent hit anything).

After the incident was made public, the Secret Service stated, “A member of the U.S. Secret Service was the victim of an armed robbery in Tustin, California late Saturday when returning from a work assignment.

“The employee discharged their service weapon during the incident but it is unknown if the assailants were struck.

“We are thankful that the employee did not sustain any injuries.”

Police stated they were looking for a 2004-06 silver Infiniti FX35 SUV, which is the vehicle the thief fled the scene in.

This does not exactly give me faith that these agents can protect a president when they cannot even protect themselves on the street.

And don’t forget, it was not that long ago that car thieves tried to steal a vehicle from Secret Service agents who were protecting Naomi Biden at her residence.

Seems like we may need to give our Secret Service agents a refresher course in identifying threats in their surroundings.

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