White House under fire over Major Biden promotion to lieutenant colonel
Critics are barking mad.
By W.E. Linde
WASHINGTON — The Biden Administration is under fire from Congress and some members of the military after the sudden promotion of Major Biden to the rank of lieutenant colonel amid a series of biting incidents at the White House.
“There is nothing suspicious going on here,” said White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, responding to a question from Fox News’ Peter Doocy about whether the president’s dog would be “put down” or court-martialed. “Lt. Col. Biden is a talented, good boy, and was promoted according to established military working dog protocols.”
As reported by the Washington Post, the promotion was followed by Biden’s transfer to a newly created position as White House liaison to the 341st Training Squadron, the Air Force organization responsible for training military dogs for the Department of Defense. But according to retired Col. James McGruff, a former JAG prosecutor of “bad” military working dogs, this action suggests a coverup.
“This just comes across as anothe…
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