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COCAINE found in West Wing phone cubby hours after Biden visit, Secret Service confirms
By Ethan Huff // Jul 09, 2023

Not long after fake president Joe Biden and his entourage visited the White House this week, Secret Service agents discovered a baggie of cocaine in a lobby area of the West Wing where individuals can store their phones.

At first, the mystery white substance was described as being "cocaine like," though a brief evacuation occurred over hazmat fears as well. The substance was eventually identified as cocaine, and the area it was found described as "a heavily traveled area," according to White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.

When asked by a reporter if Secret Service was able to identify who brought the illegal substance into the White House, and whether or not the White House supports prosecuting said individual, Jean-Pierre refused to answer the question.

"I'm just not gonna get into hypotheticals," she said snidely – watch below:

(Related: Before losing $5.5 billion to a criminal-run hedge fund, Credit Suisse pleaded guilty" in "tuna bond scam" that involved cocaine money laundering.)

Is Hunter Biden the White House cocaine culprit?

Jean-Pierre would go on to claim during the press conference that Biden himself "thinks this is incredibly important to get to the bottom of," assuring the room that every able-bodied FBI agent is also on top of the matter.

Since every visitor to the White House is fully logged, and every square inch of the premises under constant surveillance, it should not be difficult to figure out who brought the cocaine into the White House (was it Hunter?).

Keep in mind that Hunter Biden was discharged from the Navy over his cocaine use, which was detected in a military drug test.

Just hours after the cocaine was found inside the White House, Hunter joined his father, the "big guy," as well as other members of the Biden Crime Family at the White House for a Fourth of July fireworks show following a weekend getaway to Camp David.

Joe and a very plastic-looking Jill were accompanied on the balcony of the South Portico by Hunter, his son Beau Jr., and first daughter Ashley Biden, as well as other members of the Biden Crime Family.

Video footage that you can watch below shows Hunter "allegedly doing a bump of cocaine at the White House in front of children," which points to the baggie of cocaine probably being his:

"Welcome to your house, the White House," the 80-year-old fake president, who stole the 2020 election, announced to the military families that were present at the cocaine-snorting gathering. "We're just rentin'."

Hunter, it is important to note, has previously acknowledged an addiction to crack cocaine, and has been caught recording himself smoking, snorting, and otherwise ingesting the illicit substance on dozens of known locations.

Hunter recently pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges over tax evasion while striking a deal on a gun charge. Just after the cocaine was found at the White House, Hunter headed off to Camp David with his father for the second weekend in a row.

A law enforcement official has since come forward to state that the White House cocaine culprit is "unlikely to be found," which almost strongly implies that the owner of the illegal substance is none other than Hunter Biden.

The latest news about the illicit Biden regime can be found at Treason.news.

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