Biden Thinks His Dog Was Framed

( According to a new book, Joe Biden doesn’t trust all Secret Service agents.

Additionally, Biden disputes some of the information provided by Secret Service agents regarding incidents in which his German Shepherd, Major, bit people.

President Biden purportedly doesn’t believe some of the reported details of the dog-biting incident involving his dog Major and doesn’t trust some of the Secret Service agents who are close to him.

According to Chris Whipple’s “The Fight of His Life: Inside Joe Biden’s White House,” Biden has problems building trust with some agents, partly because some are ardent supporters of former President Trump.

Biden’s dissatisfaction with his Secret Service detail—some of whom supported MAGA—was a more significant issue. Whipple wrote, “He didn’t trust them.”

As president, Biden has a more extensive security detail than he did as vice president, and many of the new agents are “MAGA sympathizers,” according to Whipple. Additionally, “the Secret Service is full of white ex-cops from the South who tend to be deeply conservative.”

Remember how Secret Service agents were incensed by the Biden White House’s fabrications about dog-biting incidents? That information was revealed in documents obtained by the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch.

As previously reported, according to 36 pages of records and communications obtained by Judicial Watch in August of last year, Joe Biden’s German Shepherd Major repeatedly bit Secret Service agents.

Judicial Watch criticized the Biden White House for concealing and downplaying the biting incidents.

The dog was “surprised by an unfamiliar person and reacted in a way that resulted in a minor injury to the individual,” according to White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, who confirmed just one biting incident in March.

Before being returned to Biden’s Delaware compound in March of last year, Major bit Secret Service agents on eight separate days, according to emails that have already been made public.

The severity of some bites necessitated medical attention for the victims.