In a startling revelation, President Biden’s German shepherd, Commander, has been involved in a series of biting incidents, putting not only the White House staff but also the First Family at risk. The canine’s aggressive behavior has raised serious concerns, especially after replacing the previous first dog, Major, who was also known for his biting tendencies.

According to internal Secret Service records obtained by our conservative legal group, Judicial Watch, Commander has bitten a total of seven people over a four-month period, with one victim even being sent to the hospital. Shockingly, the White House had not disclosed any of these incidents, raising questions about transparency and accountability.

The most severe attack occurred on November 3, 2022, when Commander bit down on a Secret Service officer’s arm and thigh, resulting in the officer being referred to a local hospital for treatment. This incident was only brought to light through the Freedom of Information Act, making us wonder how many other similar incidents have been swept under the rug.

It appears that history repeated itself when Commander followed in Major’s footsteps, exhibiting the same aggressive tendencies that led to Major being given away to family friends after he bit multiple Secret Service members back in 2021.

One incident involved the First Lady herself, Jill Biden, as she took Commander for a walk in the Kennedy Garden near the East Wing. The dog lunged at a Secret Service officer, leaving him with bruising, tenderness, and pain in the bite area. It seems that the First Family’s attempts to keep Commander under control have been futile, as the German shepherd continues to pose a risk to those around him.

Despite the growing number of biting incidents, President Biden has reportedly expressed doubt about the honesty of a Secret Service member who reported being bitten by Major. This lack of trust in the agency responsible for his protection is alarming, and it raises questions about how seriously the administration takes the safety of its own personnel.

Conservative lawmakers have been quick to condemn the White House’s handling of the situation, with Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, calling it “a special sort of craziness and corruption.” The apparent lack of concern for the safety of Secret Service agents and White House personnel is deeply troubling and demands a thorough investigation.

The White House’s attempt to blame the aggressive behavior on the “unique and often stressful environment for family pets” is seen by many conservatives as a weak excuse. The Commander of the Free World should be held to a higher standard, especially when it comes to the safety of those around him.

Conservatives argue that the administration’s failure to address these biting incidents promptly and transparently is emblematic of a broader problem with the Biden presidency. From questions surrounding Hunter Biden’s business dealings to doubts about Joe Biden’s own involvement, conservatives believe that the lack of accountability and transparency extends beyond just the president’s furry friend.

As investigations into Commander’s behavior continue, many conservatives are urging the Biden family to take stronger measures to ensure the safety of those in the White House. Additional leashing protocols, training, and designated areas for Commander to run and exercise are all steps in the right direction, but more decisive action may be needed to prevent further incidents.

In the end, Commander’s aggressive behavior is not only a matter of concern for the First Family but also a reflection of the larger issues plaguing the Biden administration. As the Commander-in-Chief leads the nation, his actions and decisions, including those involving his pets, must be held to the highest standard of accountability.