July 14, 2023

Report Shows Cocaine Discovery Not First Time Drugs Have Been Found in Biden's White House

A report is revealing that the recent discovery of cocaine in the White House is not the first time drugs have been found there under Presiden Joe Biden.

In 2022, the Secret Service twice found marijuana in the president's home.

"The Secret Service revealed the information to members of Congress during a classified briefing on the investigation into cocaine found in the West Wing over the Fourth of July weekend, and confirmed the pot discoveries," according to Fox News.

"Possessing less than two ounces of marijuana is not a crime in Washington, D.C., but the substance is still not allowed on federal property — including the White House," it added.

“This is the third time that drugs have been found on the White House property since 2022, and we did not even hear about the marijuana,” Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) stated.

“I certainly did not hear about the marijuana that was found in 2022, two times, and now there’s cocaine on the property. So everything they do is to move along to the next story. They know there will be another Biden crime crisis," she added.

After nearly two weeks, the Secret Service claims that they could not determine the person who brought the recent cocaine into the White House.

Former President Donald Trump blasted the conclusion of the investigation, claiming that those in the White House "know" who it was.

Others have criticized first son Hunter Biden who was at the White House on July 4 and has a history of drug usage.

The Secret Service may be done with its investigation but the American people want more answers in the concerning case.

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