Because they were unable to determine who brought the cocaine into the White House, the Secret Service announced on Thursday that they were completing the investigation into its discovery in the West Wing. The Secret Service’s official statement reveals that they are pretending that they can’t identify the offender, which only makes them appear worse.
On the evening of July 2, officers from the U.S. Secret Service Uniformed Division found an unknown substance inside a vestibule leading to the lobby area of the West Executive Avenue entrance to the White House.
The substance was located inside a receptacle used to temporarily store electronic and personal devices prior to entering the West Wing. [….]
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.
This wasn’t the first time that drug users entered the Biden White House either, which raises serious concerns about a persistent security gap that is going unaddressed. They claimed they couldn’t remove any tangible evidence from the bag despite having narrowed the field of possibilities to 500 names. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) demanded that all 500 participants submit to a drug test.
Let’s not forget that Karine Jean-Pierre, the press secretary for the White House, called the media “irresponsible” for questioning if the cocaine belonged to Joe or Hunter Biden, claiming that the family wasn’t present that weekend, including Friday. The family, including Hunter, were there on Friday before they left for the weekend, which was revealed by the press pool.
However, it appears as though they are disabling it in front of our eyes and challenging someone to take action.
Jesse Watters of Fox, like the rest of us, didn’t think it was true.
Secret Service says the coke drop just happened to be in the one blind spot, where there was no camera around. Somehow they can’t find a fingerprint, yet we can pull a serial killers’ DNA off an incinerated hairbrush 25 years after a crime.
SS said they couldn’t release the coke… pic.twitter.com/Iw3mDK4Mjj
— Jesse Watters (@JesseBWatters) July 14, 2023
“What if this was ricin?” he asked. “This means the Secret Service wouldn’t be able to tell who brought ricin into the White House.” Yes, that sounds exactly like what it means. Some security or cover-up, you decide. “The Secret Service has a $3 billion a year budget. And they can’t solve a case that a local county detective can solve like that,” he said, snapping his fingers. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene emphasized that it was a “pass holder” or someone brought in by a pass holder, not a chance visitor, but he underlined that Democrats are OK with this nonsense. And we can all agree that Democrats would be screaming their heads off and demanding that everyone take tests if this had occurred during the Trump administration.
The current chief of the Secret Service, Kimberly Cheatle, was chosen by Biden and assumed her position in September 2022, but Watters also brought out another intriguing issue that would undoubtedly prompt more inquiries.
I am proud to announce that I have selected Kim Cheatle to be the next Director of the United States Secret Service. Kim has had a long and distinguished career at the Secret Service, having risen through the ranks during her 27 years with the agency, becoming the first woman in the role of Assistant Director of protective operations.
Jill and I know firsthand Kim’s commitment to her job and to the Secret Service’s people and mission. When Kim served on my security detail when I was Vice President, we came to trust her judgement and counsel. She is a distinguished law enforcement professional with exceptional leadership skills, and was easily the best choice to lead the agency at a critical moment for the Secret Service. She has my complete trust, and I look forward to working with her.
We thank Director Murray for his service to this country, and wish him and his family well as he takes the next step in his career.
Therefore, after certain Secret Service agents last year said things that the Jan. 6 Committee didn’t like and the agent in charge later retired, Biden appointed this new individual who had previously worked with him. If the FBI has gotten so political, has the Secret Service now been compromised as well?
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