Secret Service Shenanigans: VP Harris' Brawling Bodyguard Story Takes A Twisted Turn

By Victor Smiroff | Saturday, 27 April 2024 05:15 AM
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In a startling incident at Joint Base Andrews on Monday, a Secret Service agent assigned to Vice President Kamala Harris was relieved of her duties and subsequently hospitalized, following what is being described as a mental health episode.

The agent, identified as Michelle Herczeg, a former Dallas Police Department officer and Air Force veteran, reportedly exhibited erratic behavior and engaged in a physical altercation with another officer. As per CBS, two sources familiar with the situation reported that Herczeg spoke incoherently and nonsensically, and allegedly assaulted the special agent in charge near the lounge area of the base.

Herczeg's behavior escalated from deleting apps from a male agent's personal cell phone to mumbling to herself, hiding behind curtains, and throwing menstrual pads at another agent. She reportedly made alarming statements, claiming that the other agents were "going to burn in hell and needed to listen to God.”

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The situation intensified when Herczeg confronted the special agent in charge (SAIC), listing the names of female officers on the vice president's detail and asserting that they would support her. When the SAIC attempted to relieve her of duty, Herczeg allegedly became physically aggressive, chest-bumping, shoving, tackling, and punching the SAIC.

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The incident prompted intervention from other agents present, who were particularly alarmed as Herczeg was armed, although her gun remained holstered. The agents managed to disarm her, cuff her, and escort her out of the terminal.

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RedState previously reported that Herczeg had been a source of concern among staff and raised questions about the hiring process, including alleged "DEI" practices within the Secret Service.

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In December 2016, Herczeg filed a $1 million gender discrimination lawsuit against the city of Dallas, alleging mistreatment due to her gender during her tenure as a police officer. The lawsuit included claims of retaliation for reporting sexual assault and harassment, stating that intimidation tactics were used to dissuade Herczeg from seeking criminal relief against the officer who assaulted her. The lawsuit also claimed she suffered “stress and mental anguish from loss in payment compensation.” However, Herczeg's lawsuit and subsequent appeals were dismissed by Texas courts.

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