The ridicule of the Biden Crime family might be somewhat funny if it were not so sickening to know that the first Family occupying the nation’s seat of power is placing every single one of us and our families in desperate danger.
Having the vulgar, criminal group of Biden’s in the White House has signaled to the world and our enemies that no one is serious about national safety or about law and order. As humorous as it might be to laugh about a story of the demise of the United States- that unfolds blow by blow, our nation is in massive trouble with the unserious Bidens in charge of anything.
This week is just another example of the clown show by the First family actors at our beloved White House, in our once respected nation’s capital, and it would be laughable if it were not so sickening.
Biden looks like a sideshow:
I have never seen Joe Biden walk this fast. Has to avoid Crackhouse press corp today. pic.twitter.com/bZh9lGd98k
— Big Fish (@BigFish3000) July 6, 2023
Amid stories of foreign bribery with our most vicious enemy, the Chinese Communist Party, and stories of looming economic destruction along with proof of massive invasion by military-aged men at our Southern Border, Americans are being confronted with the absolute proof that the Biden’s at our White House have mocked all of our national security concerns.
Now we find out that DC has been infiltrated by someone who has placed illegal drugs out for everyone to see, almost bragging in appearance as having passed through all of the security around the White House compound- in an entirely humiliating, reckless, curious, and high profile act of rebellion.
A bag of illicit drugs was found left out in the White House.
And then footage of Hunter Biden at the White House has gone viral, showing him behaving in a very suspicious way, just as stories of that bag of cocaine being found in the White House go viral worldwide.
Hunter looks to be snorting something while his family enables his weird behavior:
In less than one term in office, Biden has turned the White House into The Crack House.
As the White House belongs to *We The People*, I think it’s time we filed for eviction.
Nobody does this in MY house.
— DELCO Deb-Plorable (@DebraLee_1234) July 6, 2023
And one US Senator is not laughing, according to media reports.
US Senator Tom Cotton (R-AK) sends a letter and demands the Secret Service turn over all information regarding the cocaine recently discovered in the White House.:
Congress and the American people deserve to know how cocaine got into the White House. pic.twitter.com/Fps9AJ6hSQ
— Tom Cotton (@SenTomCotton) July 5, 2023
“The story about where the drugs were found keeps changing, and Tom Cotton rightly calls this a national security issue. If someone can sneak illegal drugs into the White House, what is to stop someone from sneaking a much more dangerous substance into the building?
The media is preparing to drop the story and move on because they want to protect Biden. Cotton is not letting it go away,” Mike LaChance reported.
The Daily Mail reported on the situation with more details:
Sen. Tom Cotton wants more clarity after the Secret Service found cocaine inside the White House over the weekend – and is demanding Americans and Congress receive their well-deserved answers.
Cotton, the top Republican on the Criminal Justice and Counterterrorism Subcommittee, wrote a letter to U.S. Secret Service (USSS) Director Kimberly Cheatle on Wednesday with six questions he wants answered.
He demanded that Cheatle schedule a briefing with his staff.
‘Congress and the American people deserve to know how cocaine got into the White House,’ he said in a tweet along with an image of the letter…
‘According to public reports, the Secret Service has not yet confirmed where in the West Wing the cocaine was found,’ Cotton wrote in his Wednesday letter. ‘I urge you to release that information quickly, as the American people deserve to know whether illicit drugs were found in an area where confidential information is exchanged.’
‘If the White House complex is not secure, Congress needs to know the details, as well as your plan to correct any security flaws,’ the Arkansas senator added.
Fox News also reported on the story and went further:
Sen. Cotton grills Secret Service on whether White House cocaine culprit will be arrested https://t.co/3NQwWz8S4y
— Fox News (@FoxNews) July 5, 2023
“Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., pressed the Secret Service on unanswered questions regarding the cocaine discovered in the White House and whether any arrests will be made.
A powdery substance was found inside the West Wing of the White House by a member of the Secret Service, prompting an evacuation of the building.
The Secret Service confirmed with Fox News Wednesday that the mysterious white powder tested positive for cocaine. Now, Sen. Cotton is demanding answers.
“According to public records, the Secret Service has not yet confirmed where in the West Wing the cocaine was found. I urge you to release that information quickly, as the American people deserve to know whether illicit drugs were found in an area where confidential information is exchanged,” Cotton wrote in a letter to the Secret Service Wednesday.
“If the White House complex is not secure, Congress needs to know the details, as well as your plan to correct any flaws,” the Republican senator said, demanding a list be provided of every individual who has access to the White House without passing through a security screening.
Cotton also asked how often the Secret Service encounters illegal drugs at the White House and if they were ever found during security screenings or in the exterior of the building.
The Senator also cited Section 3056A of Title 18, U.S. Code, which allows Secret Services members to make arrests, and asked if any will be made if they find out who brought the illegal drug into the White House.
Cotton, a member of the Subcommittee on Criminal Justice and Counterterrorism gave a deadline of Friday, July 14, for the Secret Service to respond.
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