‘Another Coverup’: Secret Service Closes White House Cocaine Probe With No Answers

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Regarding the cocaine that was found at Joe Biden’s White House, a number of individuals online have brought up Joe’s son, Hunter Biden’s apparent weird conduct at a White House function. It’s like he’s binging or on crack or something. No pun intended.

Sadly, Hunter used cocaine as part of his substance abuse problem. While there is currently no proof that he is still using the drug or that he was the person carried it into the White House, a short video clip of Joe Biden’s son has people scratching their heads.

Joe Biden can be seen in the video waving from a White House balcony with his family around him during the latest 4th of July holiday weekend. Hunter, who was also there, said goodbye to his wife and little boy and raised his palm to his nose, which fuelled rumors that he might be using cocaine.

There hasn’t been any publicly available proof or even an inclination that Hunter Biden is reusing it. But hardcore drugs are tough to quit. Especially if you’re stressed out and in the public spotlight for possibly taking massive bribes from foreign countries in order to give your powerful father major kickbacks.

Nevertheless, a source with knowledge of the case revealed last Wednesday that cocaine had indeed tested positive in lab tests for the substance found in the White House.

Oddly enough, the not-fake news outlet CNN truthfully reported that “Previous field testing showed a positive result for cocaine, but the substance was sent for further evaluation and testing, the Secret Service had said previously. The substance was found near the ground floor entrance to the West Wing, the person said. The location is where staff-led tours of the White House pass through on their way into the building.”

Now, conveniently, the FBI is ending the probe into the cocaine and they don’t have any suspects.

“The Secret Service said Thursday that they did not find fingerprints or DNA on the bag of cocaine that was found in the White House last week, and that a review of the surveillance camera footage did not identify a suspect,” Just the News reported.

The agency does not have any leads on who could have brought the cocaine into the White House even after the FBI conducted a sophisticated crime lab analysis, according to a summary of the Secret Service investigation, The Associated Press reported.

Rep. Tim Burchett, R-Tenn., posted a video on Twitter after he left a Secret Service briefing to Congress on the matter, calling the probe “another coverup.”

The Secret Service explained in a statement on Thursday that the cocaine was discovered on July 2 “inside a receptacle used to temporarily store electronic and personal devices prior to entering the West Wing.” Members of Congress were briefed on the situation earlier in the day.

According to the Secret Service, it has been looking into “how this item entered the White House,” which includes conducting a “methodical review of security systems and protocols.”

“This review included a backwards examination that spanned several days prior to the discovery of the substance and developed an index of several hundred individuals who may have accessed the area where the substance was found,” the statement read. It said investigators developed “a pool of known persons for comparison of forensic evidence gleaned from the FBI’s analysis of the substance’s packaging.”

On Wednesday the Service said that the FBI’s lab results “did not develop latent fingerprints and insufficient DNA was present for investigative comparisons.”

The agency went on: “the Secret Service is unable to compare evidence against the known pool of individuals,” adding that the FBl’s assessment of the material “also confirmed that it was cocaine.”

“There was no surveillance video footage found that provided investigative leads or any other means for investigators to identify who may have deposited the found substance in this area. Without physical evidence, the investigation will not be able to single out a person of interest from the hundreds of individuals who passed through the vestibule where the cocaine was discovered.”

“At this time, the Secret Service’s investigation is closed due to a lack of physical evidence,” the agency declared.

Rep. Lauren Boebert told Fox News that she asked about particular security precautions for the cubbies where the cocaine was discovered. Boebert claimed that the Secret Service had acknowledged that the aforementioned locker’s key “is missing.”

“There are 182 lockers in that foyer and currently… locker number 50 where the cocaine was found, that key is missing. There were more than 500 people who went through the West Wing during the weekend of when this substance was found, when the cocaine was found in the White House, and none of those people who have come through are classified as suspects,” Boebert added.

“We do not know how many were tourists, individual citizens, or staffers, and they currently are not looking any further into those more than 500 people who entered that foyer of the West Wing during that weekend. Instead, they are quickly wanting to close this investigation and move on to the next Biden crime crisis,” the Colorado Rep. went on.

Additionally, Boebert informed Fox News that “there are no logs of the lockers. There’s no video surveillance of the lockers.”

“The only thing that the Secret Service did was conduct background searches for past drug use or conviction of the over 500 individuals that came through that weekend. They did not go further back in time, nor did their investigation produce any results to flag an individual person.”

She concluded by saying that “I believe that every staffer who went into the White House that weekend… should be drug tested.”

According to Rep. Nancy Mace, R-South Carolina, who also spoke with Fox, it’s not a given that the cocaine belonged to anyone in the Biden family, and she added: “I’m not going to go down the rabbit hole.”

“But it’s frustrating that every time something unsavory is happening around the White House, or around the president, his family or the administration, we can never find answers,” Mace opined.

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