CJR Staff
July 23, 2023

Security Oversights Raise Questions About Biden's Secret Service

The U.S. Secret Service, long recognized for its steadfast security, has recently come under fire during the Biden administration for two significant security oversights.

The first oversight is the agency's inability to determine who brought cocaine into the White House, and the second is a possible security lapse involving then-Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.

In a recently disclosed video by Just the News, the Secret Service is seen escorting Harris into a garage at the DNC headquarters on Jan. 6, 2021, just yards from where an unidentified suspect planted a pipe bomb the night before.

Secret Service Oversights

This has raised serious concerns among security experts and lawmakers questioning the standard security protocols' effectiveness.

GOP Rep. Barry Loudermilk criticized the evident oversight, questioning how the bomb wasn't discovered before Harris's arrival at the venue. The Secret Service's usual pre-arrival area sweep appears to have missed the dangerous device.

The mysterious pipe bomb suspect remains unidentified, despite the significant efforts dedicated to investigating the Jan. 6th Capitol riot. This has led to increasing concerns and skepticism around the Secret Service's investigative thoroughness and efficiency.

Adding to the scrutiny, the Secret Service recently abandoned an eight-day investigation into the presence of a bag of cocaine found in the highly secure Biden White House. This premature closure has surprised and disappointed many, including Charles Marino, a former Secret Service agent.

The apparent nonchalance with which this serious security breach was treated is concerning for many, leading to a reassessment of faith in this traditionally highly esteemed institution.

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