Biden Admin Hit With A Lawsuit After A Horrific Assault Left… kristel April 10, 2023 Uncategorized The Biden administration is now facing a lawsuit aimed at uncovering information about President Joe Biden’s new dog, Commander, who is reportedly responsible for injuring staff. This situation highlights the administration’s lack of transparency and raises concerns about the welfare of White House personnel. Government watchdog Judicial Watch has filed a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), as reported by WND News Service. The lawsuit is related to the removal of Major, the Bidens’ previous dog, from the White House after he repeatedly bit workers there. The suit seeks “any records related to incidents of aggression and bites involving the Biden family dog, ‘Commander,’ including communications between Secret Service officials in the Uniformed and Non-Uniformed Divisions involved in White House operations and the Presidential Protection Division.” This legal action comes after the Secret Service “failed to respond adequately” to a FOIA request for those details last year. Judicial Watch filed the case in the U.S. District Court in Washington, acting on a tip. The watchdog group noted that Commander, a purebred German shepherd, replaced Major, who left the White House following a series of attacks on Secret Service and White House staff. “Judicial Watch already caught the Biden White House lying about their family dog attacking and injuring Secret Service and White House employees,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “Now it seems their new dog is also out of control, and the Secret Service is hiding records about the issue.” Last year, the organization reported on “multiple attacks and damages to United States Secret Service members by Major at both the White House and Biden’s lake home in Wilmington, Delaware.” The biting incidents were so serious that the government refused to disclose information about them. Judicial Watch filed a FOIA lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security, under which the Secret Service operates, and discovered evidence that the dog was deemed “dangerous” and that “the Biden White House lied about it, placing Secret Service and other White House personnel at needless risk.” President Biden accused the Secret Service of “lying” about the incidents following the publication of a book detailing the events, which led to criticism from Georgetown University Law School professor Jonathan Turley. Turley cited excerpts from the book, which reportedly came from some Secret Service agents who allegedly witnessed the incidents, revealing that “Biden is denying an account of the Secret Service about an agent being attacked by his German Shepherd, Major, at the White House.” Turley further stated, “If the quote is accurate, the criticism could not only be viewed as defamatory but another unfounded attack on the integrity and veracity of federal employees by the president.” This situation should not be dismissed as a mere sensationalist story; it raises long-standing concerns about the lack of recourse for agents endangered or abused by protected individuals. The claims in the book also suggest that Biden has a deep mistrust of the Secret Service, thinking that it is full of “MAGA sympathizers” because it is “full of white ex-cops from the South.” WATCH the video below for more details: This incident serves as a reminder of the importance of transparency and accountability in government, as well as the need to prioritize the well-being and safety of White House personnel. The Biden administration’s failure to address these issues speaks to a deeper problem in American politics, where the welfare of citizens and public servants is often overshadowed by partisan interests. As conservatives, we must continue to fight for transparency, accountability, and the rights of those who serve our nation. Sources: ConservativeBrief, WND Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.