Kamala Harris’ Secret Service Agents Brawl with Each Other — One Handcuffed, Removed from Scene

A fight broke out among the Secret Service detail of Vice President Kamala Harris, with one agent ending up in handcuffs and being removed from the scene.

A new report said that the brawling incident took place Monday morning.

According to the Washington Examiner, an armed agent who was part of the protective detail for Harris scuffled other members of the team.

The brawl broke out between the agents at Joint Base Andrews near Washington D.C.

Secret Service Chief of Communications Anthony Guglielmi offered a summary of the episode.

Guglielmi framed the fight as a medical incident.

“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,” he said.

“The agent was removed from their assignment while medical personnel were summoned,” he said.

“The vice president was at the Naval Observatory when this incident occurred, and there was no impact on her departure from Joint Base Andrews.

“The U.S. Secret Service takes the safety and health of our employees very seriously,” he added.

“As this was a medical matter, we will not disclose any further details.”

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The Examiner, without citing a source, said the agent involved “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“The agent was handcuffed before being withdrawn from service for medical assessment,” the report said.

RealClearPolitics reporter Susan Crabtree revealed on social media that sources within the Secret Service questioned whether the agent in question was still on duty as a consequence of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) practices.

Crabtree offered some other details in a post on X.

“Sources within the Secret Service community tell me the agent assigned to VP Kamala Harris was armed during the fight – that the gun was secured in the agent’s holster until other agents physically restrained the agent and took the gun from the agent’s possession,” she posted.

Crabtree said there are internal concerns over the incident.

“I’m also told there are DEI concerns among the USSS community about the hiring of this agent.

“Other agents and officers within the USSS are asking questions about the agent’s hiring process, whether the USSS did enough to look into the agent’s background and monitor the agent’s mental well-being because there have been widespread concerns about other strange behavior before this incident,” she wrote.

RealClearPolitics identified the agent as Michelle Herczeg, a female agent on Harris’s security detail.

According to Secret Service sources, Herczeg arrived for duty acting erratically, grabbing a fellow agent’s personal phone.

She reportedly started deleting applications from the device.

She also was mumbling to herself, hiding behind curtains, and throwing items at fellow agents including menstrual pads, according to the report.

Herczeg told her fellow agents they would “burn in hell,” according to the report.

Sources said the special agent in charge and a detail shift supervisor tried to calm Herczeg after she began exhibiting aggressive behavior.

However, she tackled the Senior Agent in Charge of the security detail and began punching him.

Although Herczeg was armed, her weapon remained in the holster until her colleagues disarmed her.

She was handcuffed and removed from the terminal.

The Secret Service confirmed an agent on the vice president’s detail began “displaying behavior their colleagues found distressing” and was removed from duty on Monday.

Harris was at her home at the Naval Observatory when the incident occurred, according to the Secret Service.

There was no impact on the VP’s travel plans.

Other agents were aware of previous incidents of strange behavior from Michelle Herczeg before the incident at the airport.

Herczeg was previously a police officer for the city of Dallas.

In 2016, Herczeg filed a $1 million gender discrimination lawsuit against the city.

She claimed she was “targeted for being a female officer and treated less favorably” and made claims of sexual harassment.

Texas courts dismissed the suit.

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