G. McConway
July 7, 2023

White House Silence Only Encourages Conspiracy Theories

I don’t care what anyone says, this administration loves to promote conspiracy theories, just not in the way that most would imagine.

No, Joe, Karine, and everyone else here enjoys creating conspiracy theories by their endless silence.

Take a look at the recent story about the cocaine found in the White House and you can see exactly what I mean.

Just Say No

When White House deputy press secretary Andrew Bates was asked about the cocaine, and if it belonged to Hunter or Joe, he gave an absurd answer.

While on board Air Force One on Thursday, a journalist asked, “Are you willing to say that that’s not the case? That it [cocaine] doesn’t belong to them,” reported Breitbart.

The answer should have been an instant, “no,” and you kill the story.

Bates responded, “I don’t have a response to that because we have to be careful about the Hatch Act.”

The Hatch Act has literally nothing to do with a news story, so the position was ludicrous, yet the reporter did not even challenge the position…

This only got worse when a follow-up question was asked by another reporter about transparency if the Secret Service is able to figure this out…

Again, it is a simple answer… of course we will share that information because we have nothing to hide.

Instead, the non-answers have conspiracy theorists all fired up that a cover-up in underway at the White House.

Let me end that here… there is about a 99.9 percent chance that cocaine is NOT Hunter Biden’s or anyone else that works on Biden’s staff.

Biden’s family and staff all took off on Friday, but the powder was not found until Sunday, so you tell me the chances of a bag of coke lying around a room for three days that is searched on an almost minute-by-minute basis.

Don’t fall for the trap, my friends. Believe me, if there is anyone that would love to see Hunter get caught with a baggie, it is me, but this is not the case here.

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