On Thursday, the FBI ended the probe into the cocaine found at the White House 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 added.
While many speculated that the drug was probably Hunter Biden’s due to his past drug addiction, we will probably never know if it was.
Due in large part to the sheer lack of facts around it, the White House drug controversy appeared to be dying down just as another one has emerged to take its place.
At least nine months prior to the current cocaine scandal that has rocked the Biden White House, a sensational new revelation from Fox News claims that marijuana was twice discovered in the White House in 2022.
Members of Congress apparently received a classified briefing from the Secret Service during the Fourth of July weekend that corroborated this knowledge.
High schools can figure out when kids brings marijuana, but the White House can't figure out who brought a bag of cocaine?
What a joke.
— Tom Cotton (@TomCottonAR) July 13, 2023
It’s important to keep in mind that consumption of marijuana in Washington, D.C. is permitted for both medical and recreational purposes.
BREAKING: The Secret Service has revealed that another drug was found at the White House and marijuana was found at least two times last year. pic.twitter.com/PXEWfqMj3d
— NEWSMAX (@NEWSMAX) July 13, 2023
In actuality, the following activities are all acceptable for a person under the age of 21 per the Metropolitan Police:
Possess no more than two ounces of marijuana
Transfer up to an ounce of marijuana to a person who is at least 21 years old without exchanging money
Cultivate their own marijuana plants (under certain conditions)
Possess equipment related to marijuana use
Cannabis use on private property
Breaking! Drugs were found in the White House 3 times in the last year!
We need to change the name from the White House to the Drug house.
“Boebert said the drug found twice before in roughly the past year was marijuana and that she thinks the Secret Service closed the… pic.twitter.com/cYrD6bQFSk
— Bad Kitty Unleashed 🦁💪🏻 (@pepesgrandma) July 13, 2023
Considering that, it stands to reason that finding a small amount of marijuana inside the White House wouldn’t be particularly noteworthy.
But there still exist some limitations on marijuana usage in D.C. – You are prohibited from selling marijuana, you can’t handle heavy machinery when high, etc. – And this recent incident seems to violate at least one of those limitations.
The Secret Service discovered marijuana in the White House twice in 2022.
Why is the public just hearing about this now?
— Sen. Marsha Blackburn (@MarshaBlackburn) July 13, 2023
According to the ACLU branch in Washington, D.C., “Federal law enforcement officers still may arrest anyone in the District for possession of any amount of marijuana. You still cannot have marijuana on federal land (which includes Rock Creek Park, the National Mall, and area around federal buildings) or on the Metro system.”
That means whoever brought the marijuana into the White House broke the law as the building is a federal structure.
Agents discovered “small amounts of marijuana” in July and September of 2022, a Secret Service official told Fox News.
It’s doubtful much will come of this latest disclosure, much like the continuing cocaine controversy. The Biden administration and Democrats, in general, seem to be OK with illegal substances being inside the top building in the land.
The spokesperson informed Fox that “No one was arrested in these incidents, because the weight of the marijuana confiscated did not meet the legal threshold for federal charges or D.C. misdemeanor criminal charges, as the District of Columbia had decriminalized possession.”
Given the precise language used by the ACLU to argue that marijuana is still not permitted in federal buildings, despite the fact that the White House unambiguously allows it, that discrepancy seems puzzling.
The spokesperson continued, “The marijuana was collected by officers and destroyed,”
These controversies are just making the demented president’s already challenging reelection campaign worse.
This is being seized upon by some of Biden’s most ardent political adversaries, spanning from overall Republican dissatisfaction and disgust with the entire scenario to former President Donald Trump openly speculating as to whether Biden was “on cocaine.”
While there is currently no proof that Hunter Bidden is still using the drug or that he was the person carried it into the White House, a recent video clip of Joe Biden’s son had 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. He also looks strung out.
Here’s Hunter Biden doing a bump of cocaine at the White House in front of children and right behind Joe Biden & “Dr’” Jill Biden
Nothing to see here, LOOK CLOSELY as he wipes his nose 👀
Who’s cocaine could it have possibly been found at the White House? The FBI is baffled! pic.twitter.com/FTEJ7rtQon
— Wall Street Apes (@WallStreetApes) July 5, 2023
Hunter is so obviously strung out. 45 seconds between blinks and he’s jumpy and weird the entire time. pic.twitter.com/kplZvGDj77
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) July 6, 2023
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.
Source: Fox News