Americans are demanding answers about the mysterious appearance of cocaine in the White House. We found out that over the holiday weekend, the Secret Service found the drugs. At first, the White House claimed the cocaine was found in the library, perhaps to suggest a visitor left it there. But we soon found out that the drugs were in the West Wing, which is closed to the public.
This has left many unanswered questions. And it appears the White House is reluctant to get to the bottom of this scandal. Where did the drugs come from? How did someone with access to the West Wing get in with cocaine? Donald Trump is weighing in on the mystery. And he is making a bold claim.
President Donald Trump offered his view on the bag of cocaine found in the West Wing of the White House, saying that it’s more than likely Secret Service already knows the identity of the person who was in possession of the substance…
“Where are the White House SECURITY TAPES, like the ones I openly and happily gave to Deranged Jack Smith, which will quickly show where the Cocaine in the White House came from??? They already know the answer, but probably don’t like it!” Trump said. [Source: The Post Millennial]
Trump railed against the Biden White House after news came out that illegal drug cocaine was found in the West Wing. The former president happily offered his opinion on the matter. He even suggested that the Secret Service must know who left the drugs there.
The 2024 candidate suggested this, because there are security tapes that would have captured the perpetrator. Trump seems to be suggesting that the White House knows who brought the drugs, but is refusing to admit it.
Trump heavily implied the drugs belonged to Hunter Biden, the son of Joe Biden. It is well-known that Hunter Biden has a history of drug abuse. But there has yet to be any report connecting Hunter with these drugs.
The former president was skeptical that the truth could come out. He said that the media will “soon start” downplaying the news, going even as far as to claim it was “ground up Aspirin.” A lab test has confirmed the drugs were cocaine; the media will be unable to say otherwise, in the face of these results.
Trump used the news as an opportunity to criticize the special prosecutor handling his documents case. He accused Jack Smith of looking like a “crackhead.” Despite orders from a federal judge, Trump continues to discuss his ongoing criminal trial with the public, during rallies and on social media.
Author: Kit Fargo