Secret Service Agent Opens Fire On D.C. Car Burglars

( – On Nov. 12, a Secret Service agent assigned to President Joe Biden’s granddaughter, Naomi, fired gunshots after three people attempted to break into an unmarked Secret Service SUV.

The Secret Service agent opened fire after seeing three individuals “breaking a window of the parked and unoccupied SUV” in Naomi Biden’s Georgetown neighborhood. The three suspects fled the scene in a red vehicle. A regional bulletin was put out to the Metropolitan Police to be on the lookout for the suspects’ vehicle. No one was struck by the gunfire.

Naomi Biden, 29, is the daughter of Hunter Biden and Kathleen Buhle, his first wife. A lawyer with the firm Arnold & Porter, Naomi Biden lives in the home where the incident occurred with her husband, Peter Neal.

Many responded to the news on social media. On Twitter, Texas Rep. Ronny Jackson wrote that “Biden’s own family” is not even safe “from the skyrocketing crime in Democrat-run cities.” Jackson added that every day Americans, who aren’t protected by Secret Service agents, “are facing this mayhem.” He stated that under Biden, our cities have become “war zones.”

Politicians and their staff have not been safe from an increase in crime in Washington, D.C. So far this year in Washington, D.C., there have been over 750 carjackings and over 6,000 reports of stolen vehicles, according to police. In October, three armed assailants carjacked Texas Rep. Henry Cuellar near the Capitol. While the assailants stole his car, they did not physically harm Cuellar.

Compared to this time last year violent crime is up over 40 percent in Washington, D.C. In February, Minnesota Rep. Angie Craig suffered bruises after she escaped from an assailant who assaulted in her apartment building. In March, a staff member for Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul was stabbed multiple times by a man that had been recently released from a lengthy prison sentence.

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