Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) is calling on the first family to take a drug test following the discovery of cocaine in the White House earlier this month.
Greene shared the challenge during an interview with Breitbart News on Wednesday.
“Well, you know, most Americans have to undergo a drug test just to get employed or as a routine part of their employment," Greene shared.
"Athletes have to go through drug tests to be on a sports team. Drug tests are common, but they are refusing to drug test any of these people. They’re refusing to do anything with fingerprints and things like that,” she added.
"Whoever left their coke in the White House can smile ... they're not gonna get busted for it, because the Secret Service has no video evidence to nail a suspect," TMZ mocked."The Secret Service says it closed its investigation into the bag of cocaine that was found July 2 in the West Wing -- and, absolutely stunningly, they've been unable to identify who left it," the report added.The details of the cocaine discovery changed throughout the investigation, with the Secret Service claiming they do not know who brought the substance into the White House.Former President Donald Trump released a searing statement claiming that they actually do know the person and that it should not be that difficult to determine the source of the drug.
The White House now faces calls to continue the closed investigation as the finding marks a major security breach.
Greene's call for drug testing the first family might be one solution, with Hunter Biden a prime target following his history of past drug usage.