Joe Biden Doesn’t Have the Cognitive Ability to Take Care of Commander, the White House Dog

“US President Joe Biden’s dog Commander bit a Secret Service agent on Monday, the 11th such incident in a year, according to NBC News. The two-year-old purebred German Shepherd bit a female officer of the Uniformed Division and she was treated by the White House medical office.”


I own a pit bull, a breed that is often lumped together with German Shepherds and Doberman Pinchers as dangerous, but dogs aren’t inherently violent or dangerous and if a canine bites a person, blame the owner not the animal.

I walk Princess every day around my neighborhood, and children call her out by name, and pet her. I pamper my pooch to death and that enhances her natural friendly disposition and she spreads good cheer throughout my neighborhood.

If my pet bit eleven persons within a year, I would have 11 lawsuits, a neighborhood up in arms and animal control would have confiscated her and put her to death.

There is one standard of the law for the rich and powerful and another for the poor and powerless. Almost nobody, Republican or Democrat is calling out Joe Biden for maintaining an unsafe working environment.

Assuming the cognitively impaired commander-in-chief is aware that he has a pet dog in the White House, he is a cruel tyrant for keeping an animal who has a penchant for biting Secret Service Agents, the very individuals who risk their lives to protect him and his family.

It’s time for Commander to be handed over to an individual or family with the time and inclination to teach him discipline and shower him with love. Biden doesn’t have the cognitive ability to take care of a goldfish, let alone a dog.

Bidens Welcome ‘Commander’ a New Puppy to the White House

I pay very little attention to the comings and goings in the White House, staffers are bureaucrats and political hacks and indistinguishable from one another.

But the arrival of a new puppy at 100 Pennsylvania Avenue – just in time for Christmas is the best news in the world of politics this year.

The Biden family has welcomed a new German Shepherd, “Commander,” the president announced in a tweet on Monday.

At the same time the White House announced the sad news that Major, the first shelter dog to live in the White House, would be leaving to live with family friends following several biting incidents involving White House staff this year.

Can’t say that I blame Major, if I lived in a high-stress environment infested with politicians I would also have reacted in a similar manner.

More good news: A cat will join the First Family in January. Nothing humanizes human beings more than pets, the Bidens should consider adopting a hamster and a rabbit as well.