White House Refuses To Rule Out Hunter As Secret Service Tests Cocaine Bag For Finger Prints, DNA

The White House will not rule out Hunter Biden as the cocaine culprit, even as the Secret Service analyzes the bag

The White House has thus far refused to rule out first son Hunter Biden as the culprit who brought a small bag of cocaine into the White House earlier this week, even as the Secret Service announces plans to perform both DNA and fingerprint analysis on the bag to determine a culprit.

Yesterday the White House refused to rule out whether Hunter was responsible for bringing the cocaine into the White House, with Biden administration Deputy Press Secretary Andrew Bates telling a reporter he could not answer due to the Hatch Act, which prevents government employees from engaging in political activities.

“I don’t have a response to that because we have to be careful about the Hatch Act,” said Bates, before claiming that 45th President Donald Trump’s remarks about the cocaine potentially being Hunter’s as “increasing frustration” due to the “contrast” between the policies of Joe Biden and Trump.

Meanwhile earlier today The Daily Mail reported that the Secret Service intends to perform full analysis of the drug bag to determine its owner, even as former government and White House officials claim the ownership should have been easily determined.

As part of the investigation, the Secret Service “is going through visitor logs, surveillance video, and relying on the analysis of the bag,” the outlet reported.

Though the Biden administration has repeatedly refused to comment on the drugs, especially when asked about the possibility that crack addict Hunter may have been involved, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre referred to reporting on the subject as “irresponsible” this afternoon.

“There has been some irresponsible reporting about the [Biden] family and so I gotta call that out here,” said Jean-Pierre. “The Biden family was not here. They were not here, they were at Camp David.” She noted that the Biden family was gone until Tuesday.

Both Joe and Hunter Biden were at Camp David when the bag was discovered in a West Wing “cubby” where visitors leave cell phones and other personal items.

Though he is reportedly sober, Hunter used drugs over a period of years or decades, and charted many of his drug fueled escapades via emails and text messages retrieved from his abandoned laptop.

Source: https://valiantnews.com/2023/07/white-house-refuses-to-rule-out-hunter-as-secret-service-tests-cocaine-bag-for-finger-prints-dna/