It's happened again, folks.
Major Biden is accused of biting another person, this time involving a National Park Service employee on the South Lawn of the White House, according to CNN.
This is the second time the Major, a beautiful black, smooth-haired, German Shepherd adopted by the Bidens back in 2018, has been involved in a biting related incident. Just three weeks ago, Major was accused of biting a United States Secret Service agent - an incident that White House Press Secretary, Jen Psaki, described as Major being “surprised by an unfamiliar person and reacted in a way that resulted in a minor injury to the individual.”
There is an old saying (or at least a bumper sticker that dog people sure seem to enjoy) that "there are no bad dogs, only bad owners". Should that proverb hold true, then what does Major's recent behavior say about the Biden family?
I mean, what exactly are they teaching this beautiful dog to cause him to lash out in such anger? What are they doing to him, what has he seen, what do they not want him to tell anyone else?
It should be noted that @Major_Biden_ does indeed deny these allegations:
I don't know, I think I kind of believe him?
On to some reactions:
Ah yes. . . the Johnny Cockadoole defense.
Brutal. . . .
Awwww he's still my favorite Biden, though.
He does look particularly pissed here. . .
Fact check: True.
Oh no. . .
This is dark. . .
He's such a beautiful dog, he could never. . . or could he?
Happy Tuesday. Don't let your dogs bite anyone. God Bless America.