Psaki hid the true details of Major’s rampage against Secret Service agents – who were OUTRAGED by her spin

It turns out there was a lot more to the story about Biden’s dog Major attacking Secret Service agents at the White House.

According to the New York Post, Biden’s dog Major bit Secret Service agents at least eight times and they were pissed after Psaki downplayed the attacks.

But it wasn’t just Psaki. Leaders at the Secret Service refused to allow one agent’s detailed report on Major attacking him in the official paperwork because they didn’t want to upset Biden.

Here’s more:

Secret Service agents were outraged last year by the White House’s attempt to downplay bite injuries caused by then-first dog Major — even trying to get President Biden to personally pay for a damaged coat, newly released documents show.

Secret Service leaders also sought to keep attack details out of official paperwork — at one point rejecting an agent’s “excessively detailed” account to avoid upsetting the first family — after Major bit agents on eight consecutive days.

The records, released in response to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by Judicial Watch, show that attacks occurred both earlier and later than previously known.

They also show internal discord at the Secret Service, which has been embroiled since last week in a bizarre infiltration scandal that involves at least four agents.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki acknowledged just one biting incident at a briefing on March 9, 2021, saying that one day earlier “the first family’s younger dog, Major, was surprised by an unfamiliar person and reacted in a way that resulted in a minor injury to the individual.”

The March 8 bite actually was the final attack in an eight-day streak and the wounded agent — whose injuries were categorized as “severe” by a colleague — fumed about Psaki’s spin.

“NO I didn’t surprise the dog doing my job by being at [redacted] as the press secretary just said! Now I’m pissed,” the agent wrote to a coworker.

The colleague replied, “SMH. .. hope you didn’t get hurt to [sic] bad.”

Another message written by an unknown Secret Service employee refers to photos of the bite area and said the “injury cannot be described in any other term than ‘severe’.”

The details of Major’s rampage against Secret Service agents…

The incident occurred at about 7 a.m. on March 8 as the agent was in the second-floor White House residential area with first lady Jill Biden.

“Without warning or provocation, Major barked loudly at [the agent] … and charged,” is how a newly released, heavily redacted incident report describes what happened.

“Having no time to seek cover from the attack, [the agent] turned away from the dog as he bit into [redacted] right leg,” the account added.

About an hour later, President Biden’s then-chief protective agent David Cho wrote in an email: “Major bit one of the agents this morning. The agent is ok, but does have bruising and a puncture.”

The agent was bitten by Major a second time, but it is unclear when. They were “the only known PPD [Presidential Protective Division] agent to h[a]ve suffered two attacks from Major in less than 10 days,” according to a June email.

Photos of injuries were redacted in the records, but one photo that was released shows an agent’s wool overcoat that was ripped on March 6 as the president and first lady returned indoors from the White House Tennis Pavilion.

“As Major came around the corner, he attacked me unprovoked, tearing the wool overcoat I was wearing that evening,” the agent wrote in a first-hand account two months later as he sought reimbursement. “This attack occurred through no fault of my own and I could not avoid this unusual circumstance due to the nature and requirements of my position.”

The agent who was bitten was reprimanded by his leadership for telling the truth about what happened. They claimed he was embellishing and including too many details:

An unidentified Secret Service employee reprimanded the agent, writing, “Please submit with the language that has been approved by [the legal office]. Unless you dispute anything in the verbiage that was presented to you, there shouldn’t be a need to embellish with additional details that aren’t required for approval.”

“If you would like to submit a separate memo to- memorializing the events of 3/6 in great detail, you certainly may. But your added language on the [form] provides more specificity that what [the legal office] requested. I have been told that if you update the [request] with the approved verbiage, your request will be processed.”

Another email blasts the bitten agent’s account as “excessively detailed and inappropriate” and states that “I was asked to have him submit with the language that has already been approved by [the legal office]. Not sure if he will or not. I don’t think it’s about the money anymore.”

Now you know why Major was sent to back to obedience school and why he eventually was given away to family friends.

I’ve never been a dog owner, but I’m not blaming Major for being a bad dog. He was a rescue pup that was put in an environment that wasn’t suited to him. Biden should have known this.

But the White House also should have been honest about all of this. Instead, they pissed off the agents protecting them because they refused to admit the truth about Major’s rampage.

Just more lies revealed from the Biden White House. What else is new.

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