The Secret Service team tasked with protecting Joe Biden’s granddaughter, Naomi Biden, opened fire on would-be car thieves. Secret Service noticed three men attempting to break the window of their unmarked, parked, and unoccupied vehicle. They opened fire on the three men and the men immediately fled, escaping into a red vehicle. They were able to speed away from the scene. Nobody was struck during the gunfire. The incident took place late Sunday night in the Germantown area of Washington D.C., just a short distance from the White House. Such crimes are on the rise in major cities across the nation, including Washington D.C., as a result of the defund-the-police movement and other social ills.
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Secret Service agents protecting Biden’s granddaughter open fire when 3 people try to break into SUV
Secret Service agents protecting Naomi Biden open fire after 3 people try to break into SUV
Secret Service agents protecting Joe Biden’s granddaughter fire in DC