Rep. Lauren Boebert of Colorado, a Republican, has come up with a brilliant plan to identify the person who carried cocaine into the White House.
Rep. Boebert asserted that there was a straightforward method to identify the perpetrator after the Secret Service stated that they might never catch the person who brought the drugs into the White House.
“So let me get this straight, the White House is refusing to say whether the cocaine culprit will be arrested? Well, I think we should drug test EVERYONE, including Joe Biden, until we know who smuggled illegal drugs into the White House,” she said on Twitter.
It followed the discovery of illicit substances in a much safer location close to where Vice President Kamala Harris parks her car, according to MSNBC anchor Andrea Mitchell.
“Breaking news updating the Secret Service investigation into trying to figure out who left a small bag of cocaine at the White House. NBC News has learned bag was found in the West Wing on Sunday. It will now be tested for DNA and fingerprints. The investigation could be completed by Monday,” she said.
“The big change is where this was found but it was found by my observation in a much more secure place with limited access place than that West Wing reception area. It’s still a frequently trafficked place, but it’s down near the Situation Room down below. Normal people, just average people, can’t get in there with entry to northwest gate,” she said before she was joined by White House Correspondent Kelly O’Donnell.
“Let me bring you up-to-date with the reporting I have. What we have learned is there are two West Wing entrances. You know that, I know that,” she said.
“Now the investigation has progressed and so they’re saying the west executive entrance, which as you noted, is closer to the Situation Room and closer to the facilities for food and so forth, it also next to west executive drive. That’s where, for example, the vice president’s vehicle is parked.
“However, it’s a high-traffic area but by that I mean you do have people who work here in all kinds of jobs but not just clinical jobs but the military facilities, people who work for the operations of the White House,” she said.
“They do have the tours that go through there. If they are among the private tours with staffers as sort of a sponsored member. So very high-traffic. The fact that it’s close to the Situation Room is certainly notable. We had earlier been told that it was one level above and also a lobby area in the west wing closer to where the Oval Office is. This is down below. The other important news is we have been told investigation could take a couple of weeks, they’re now revising that timeline and saying by Monday, perhaps even earlier, they anticipate having reviewed all the important material.”
Kayleigh McEnany, a Fox News host and a former press secretary for the late President Donald Trump, astounded the viewers of “Fox & Friends” with her interpretation of the White House cocaine scandal.
When discussing it on Thursday, the former press secretary claimed she didn’t think the cocaine belonged to Hunter Biden because of how things are in the White House.
She concurred with Press Secretary for President Joe Biden Karine Jean-Pierre that the location of the cocaine was “heavily trafficked” and that it was probably “discovered rather quickly” because Secret Service patrols the region.
“So it couldn’t have been there for days and days,” she said. “It had have been there for — I would say — minutes before someone took notice.”
“For it to be Hunter Biden, he left on Friday, he was at Camp David. There’s no way, It’s inconceivable to think cocaine could sit for a 72-hour period, so I would rule him out at this point,” she said.