Remember the big White House cocaine scandal that popped up over the July 4 weekend?
The FBI and Secret Service investigated the matter but stated it was inconclusive as to the original source of the drugs.
Now, almost five months after the drugs were found, the investigation pictures of the cocaine have finally been published.
Whose Coke Is It?
The natural assumption by conservatives when the coke was found was that it belonged to Hunter Biden.
However, even I had to admit it was unlikely that the cocaine was Hunter’s simply because of when and where it was found compared to when Hunter was at the White House last.
I also have to admit, however, I was a bit surprised that the FBI and Secret Service came up empty on who the powder belonged to considering the sheer amount of surveillance available at the White House.
All of the pictures were published in The Daily Mail, which you can click here to see.
The Daily Mail obtained the photos via a Freedom of Information Act request.
The cocaine was found in locker 50 on July 2, which is a small cubby to store personal belongings near the West Executive Entrance of the White House.
When the powder was found, the West Wing was closed, as were local streets around the White House, while the investigation took place.
According to the report, even Deputy Director of the FBI Paul Abbate got involved in the investigation at one point, which does not exactly make me feel confident that some shenanigans did not take place considering what upper-level FBI leadership has done over the last few years.
The investigation reportedly had a suspect list of about 500 people, but it stated that security footage was not able to narrow it down any further than that, which I am just not buying.
The fact this was found in an area where people stored their belongings leads me to believe that surveillance would have been fairly significant here, but they want us to believe they were not able to pinpoint the individual who left the bag of cocaine behind.
It does not say much about the investigative skills of the DC FBI and Secret Service offices.