Report: One of the VP's Secret Service agents attacked other agents at Joint Base Andrews on Monday and there are "DEI concerns" about his hiring
· Apr 24, 2024 ·

The DEI train has come to the Secret Service!

(The guy actually WAS armed, but more on that in a sec.)

The incident occurred at the Washington, D.C.-area Andrews Air Force Base, before Harris arrived, and after the agent suffered what the Secret Service has characterized as a medical incident. The Washington Examiner is aware of the agent's name and specific detail responsibilities but is withholding those details for privacy reasons.

The Washington Examiner understands that the agent became aggressive with other agents. When the special agent in charge and a detail shift supervisor attempted to calm the agent, a physical altercation ensued. The agent was handcuffed before being withdrawn from service for medical assessment. Harris was scheduled to arrive at Andrews Air Force Base after the incident.

In a statement, Secret Service Chief of Communications Anthony Guglielmi told the Washington Examiner, "At approximately 9 a.m. April 22, a U.S. Secret Service special agent supporting the Vice President's departure from Joint Base Andrews began displaying behavior their colleagues found distressing. The agent was removed from their assignment while medical personnel were summoned. The Vice President was at the Naval Observatory when this incident occurred and there was no impact on her departure from Joint Base Andrews.

"Yo, Joel," you say, "I didn't see anything in there about a diversity, equity, and inclusion (racial Marxism) hire in that summary.

Let's turn the mic over to RealClearPolitics' Susan Crabtree:

To sum up: A Secret Service agent who was fast-tracked through the vetting process due to the color of his skin or his sexuality or some other identity group had a mental breakdown and started punching the commanding officer before his fellow agents restrained him and wrestled away his gun.

The Praetorian Guard is crumbling from within!

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