39 Secret Service Agents Demand Investigation into Biden’s DEI Policies

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More than thirty Secret Service agents have requested a prompt congressional inquiry into Joe Biden’s diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives, as reported by Tampa Press.
These initiatives are seen as compromising the agency’s efficiency and creating a possible risk to national security, according to a petition that emerged recently.
Endorsed by a minimum of 39 agents, the petition was brought to attention by Bloomberg White House correspondent Jennifer Jacobs on social media.
It specifically criticizes the administration’s DEI policies, hinting that they might be linked to a series of incidents indicating a troubling decline in operational readiness and potential bias in disciplinary procedures.
“There’s a petition circulating inside the US Secret Service that flags concerns about “a number of recent Secret Service incidents indicative of inadequate training,” a double standard in disciplinary actions, and a vulnerability “to potential insider threats” that could pose a risk to US nat sec. It was first shared Monday, I’m told, and has 39 signatures so far. Aim is to call for a congressional investigation, petition says,” Jacobs wrote.

RealClear Politics reported that a petition was initiated following a troubling incident involving Michelle Herczeg, a female Secret Service agent assigned to Kamala Harris.

Herczeg allegedly engaged in a physical altercation with her male superior at Joint Base Andrews last month.

Herczeg exhibited aggressive behavior, speaking nonsensically and shouting erratically at fellow agents near the lounge at JBA. She reportedly threw menstrual pads at one agent before becoming involved in a physical altercation.

According to RealClear Politics, Herczeg seized a male agent’s personal cell phone and began deleting apps before experiencing a complete breakdown.

She had to be physically restrained, her firearm was confiscated, and she was handcuffed and transported to the hospital in an ambulance.

“Herczeg then chest-bumped and shoved her superior, then tackled him and punched him. The agents involved in restraining Herczeg were especially concerned because she still had her gun in the holster. They wrestled her to the ground, took the gun from her, cuffed her, and then removed her from the terminal,” RealClearPolitics reported.

Another agent was hospitalized as well, marking a significant failure in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts.

Amid the scandal, Secret Service Chief of Communications Anthony Guglielmi swiftly came forward to support the agency’s diversity initiatives.

In a statement to Fox News Digital, Guglielmi emphasized that the Secret Service values its diverse workforce, stating that it plays a crucial role in improving the agency’s overall effectiveness.

“It’s evident that this anonymous petitioner does not embody the U.S. Secret Service’s values of service over self,” Guglielmi said.

“Our agency is comprised of talented professionals from various walks of life who are dedicated to safeguarding the continuity of the presidency and the U.S. financial system. Our strength comes from our diversity, in the knowledge, skills, experience, and perspective each employee brings,” Guglielmi added.

“Our people are exceptional, and we are incredibly proud to call them members of the U.S. Secret Service.”

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