Ryan E.
July 9, 2023

Kayleigh McEnany Claiming Cocaine Couldn't Be Hunter Biden's

ALL Republicans are hoping for the cocaine found in the White House to be proved to have belonged to Hunter Biden. There are at least a few Republicans out there though who have looked at the facts and seem to be pretty sure that the cocaine isn't Hunter Biden's.

Ted Cruz is one:

"What is bizarre is they say we can’t figure out who it is. Now I will say something odd, which is there’s lots of speculation on Twitter: ‘Oh, a bag of cocaine in the White House it’s gotta be Hunter’s.’ You know my guess is it probably isn’t Hunter’s," Cruz said. "We know that Hunter has a drug problem, we know that he has used cocaine and used crack cocaine in the past. But I doubt Hunter Biden is going in the West Wing all that often and going in that entrance all that often."

Cruz thinks that it's more likely that the cocaine belonged to a White House employee. But that doesn't explain why the White House has refused to take accountability for it if they would be able to just blame some employee.

"I think it is in all likelihood someone who works in the Biden administration. Some senior Biden official, which makes the cover-up all the more astonishing. You’re telling me with the cameras that they have there, with the Secret Service they have there, with the Marine detail they have there, that nobody can figure out, ‘Hey! Who left the bag of cocaine by the front door of the West Wing of the White House?’ I mean that is, or the side door, that’s insane and the only reason they would put out a statement saying, ‘We will never know who it was’ is the same reason why the DOJ and the FBI is engaged in a cover-up of Hunter Biden’s acts of criminality, of Joe Biden’s acts of criminality, of the evidence of corruption. Sadly, this administration is more than willing to politicize."

Donald Trump's former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany also believes that the cocaine probably isn't Hunter's:

"It couldn’t have been there for days and days," McEnany said.

"It had have been there for, I would say, minutes before someone took notice."

According to her math, that means it couldn't have belonged to Hunter:

"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."

It's fun to say the cocaine is Hunter's because it's the obvious punchline, but do you think that's what really happened in this case?

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