G. McConway
July 10, 2023

Fox News Exposes KJP Lie…

Here we go again… the great cocaine debate has taken yet another interesting turn.

This time simply because White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre cannot get her timing straight.

After KJP denied members of the Biden family were at the White House on Friday, Fox News blew that lie right out of the water.

But They Were Here

The White House is getting very angry over this because quite a few people are making the assumption that the cocaine was Hunter Biden's.

I have already gone on the record to say that was not possible, at least in my opinion, simply due to the time the Bidens left the White House and how much time had passed since the discovery.

KJP screwed up, however, stating, "They were not here Friday. They were not here Saturday. They were not here Sunday. They were not even here Monday. They came back on Tuesday. So to ask that question is actually incredibly irresponsible. And I'll just leave it there," reports Fox News.

But they were there on Friday, with Fox News press members confirming that the Bidens did not depart for Camp David until 6:34 p.m., reports Yahoo! News.

The cocaine was not discovered until Sunday night, so, realistically, there is no way this was sitting in the same spot for 48 hours without anyone spotting it.

Secret Service, police, and staffers, not to mention tourists, are all over that area and were for 48 hours prior to the discovery.

My best guess here is that a tourist wanted to take a selfie with a line at the White House and forgot they put the baggie down after they got their picture.

Unless they can get a fingerprint or have video evidence, which I strongly doubt, this case will never be solved.

What is baffling, however, is that Biden's team continues to make missteps and tell lies about it, which is only going to drive conspiracy theories… or perhaps that is exactly what they want.

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