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Secret Service Ending White House Cocaine Investigation

Secret Service Ending White House Cocaine Investigation

The FBI lab couldn’t find fingerprints or sufficient DNA on the cocaine bag.

Of course.

Of course the Secret Service is ending the investigation into the cocaine found at the White House.

The FBI lab couldn’t find fingerprints or sufficient DNA on the cocaine bag:

In a statement Thursday, after briefing members of Congress on the matter, the Secret Service said the cocaine was found on July 2 “inside a receptacle used to temporarily store electronic and personal devices prior to entering the West Wing.”

The Secret Service said it has been investigating “how this item entered the White House,” including a “methodical review of security systems and protocols.”

“This review included a backwards examination that spanned several days prior to the discovery of the substance and developed an index of several hundred individuals who may have accessed the area where the substance was found,” the Secret Service said. It said investigators developed “a pool of known persons for comparison of forensic evidence gleaned from the FBI’s analysis of the substance’s packaging.”

Plus no surveillance cameras:

“Therefore, the Secret Service is not able to compare evidence against the known pool of individuals,” the Secret Service said, adding that the FBl’s evaluation of the substance “also confirmed that it was cocaine.”

“There was no surveillance video footage found that provided investigative leads or any other means for investigators to identify who may have deposited the found substance in this area,” the Secret Service continued. “Without physical evidence, the investigation will not be able to single out a person of interest from the hundreds of individuals who passed through the vestibule where the cocaine was discovered.”

“At this time, the Secret Service’s investigation is closed due to a lack of physical evidence,” they said.

Who are the known persons? Last week, Sen Ton Cotton sent a letter to the Secret Service with six questions. The first question asked for a list of those who have access to the White House without having to go through any security screening.

It doesn’t help that officials changed the location of the cocaine three times: the residence’s library, a heavily trafficked entrance, and then a secure but still heavily trafficked area by the Situation Room.

I guess the Secret Service settled for the heavily trafficked entrance as the discovery spot. Probably easier to say and get away with saying they couldn’t find the culprit.


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Remember how the FBI used cell phone gps pings to locate J6 protestors at the Capitol and went hundreds of miles to arrest them?

Apparently none of the Bidens use cell phones. What luck.

    JohnC in reply to George S. | July 13, 2023 at 9:25 pm

    I keep imagining the White House is super pissed at whomever pulled the pin on the evacuation without checking first.
    I wonder if it was someone newer who hadn’t yet received the talk on how certain things are supposed to be handled. They just stupidly followed the official training and caused a massive PR incident that cost hundreds of thousands to half-assedly cover up.

No consequences.

Say, where is OUR GOP’s idiot Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel?

Maybe it was the same person that leaked the supreme court abortion decision

The report concludes: “We couldn’t find out who the cocaine belonged to, so we just put it in the lost and found room with all the umbrellas and stuff.”

JohnSmith100 | July 13, 2023 at 3:17 pm

No evidence after one of them wiped the fingerprints off the bag.

Exactly as predicted. They ‘moved’ the location until it was in a spot that they could claim wasn’t covered by cameras and gosh darnit, they just can’t narrow it down.

Never mind the fact that they haven’t conducted a single interview or drug test, and there’s zero indication that they plan to actually change the camera setup to eliminate the alleged blind spot.

They don’t even care enough to make the lie believable.

Boebert says after Secret Service briefing drugs discovered three times at White House since 2022

Boebert said the drug found twice before in roughly the past year was marijuana and that the Secret Service closed the investigations without a suspect.

So now it has become SOP to not find out who is smuggling illegal materials into the White House. Kind of makes you wonder 1) what else has been smuggled in and 2) what has been smuggled out of the WH. And by whom.

If the Secret Service guards the president as well as they guard the identity of the person who left cocaine in the White house, he’s pretty safe.

This tells us one thing: it would be of no political benefit to the Biden admin to investigate or prosecute the person to whom the coke belongs.

    As if we don’t know who brought it in.

    Don’t be surprised if one day we learn Joe himself snorted-up to be energeitic enough to be presentable in public – at the urging of Jill Biden. And don’t be surprised if Hunter is Joe’s supplier.

      We are told that persons familiar with the investigation have heard from anonymous sources that the cocaine has been returned to its rightful owner.

      Massinsanity in reply to | July 13, 2023 at 5:52 pm

      When I see Joe stumbling around in a complete stupor during his public appearances I do wonder what they have him on before his infrequent interviews and press conferences where he, at least at times, is marginally coherent. I assumed it was amphetamines but perhaps they skipped right to the strong stuff.

The cocaine discovered at the White House on July 2 was not the first incident of drugs found at Biden’s White House, citing two other instances within the last year.

nordic prince | July 13, 2023 at 4:12 pm

So it was Hunter’s after all. Big surprise there.

nordic prince | July 13, 2023 at 4:15 pm

Nothing to see here, folks – move along now.

Just a little illegal controlled substance. No big deal. Mind your own business, you prudes.

E Howard Hunt | July 13, 2023 at 4:22 pm

The real story had to be suppressed when Joe was discovered trying to cut the blow with his Norelco shaver.

The only blind spots are certain bedrooms. The Secret Service knows who went into every room at what time and when they came out plus they knew who had the coke. It is clear they are not following the law and arresting the person so the head of the Secret Service to all in the White House should be removed from Federal Service.

    jb4 in reply to JG. | July 13, 2023 at 4:44 pm

    Aside from that reason, I would fire them for cause for an additional reason. Failure to identify the perp means that the White House is unprotected from a bag of Anthrax or Ricin being dropped off or spread all over. Let them make this “know nothing” claim, but get them for what it means.

      ^^ THIS ^^

      With all the layers and layers of security, if they can’t keep powdered cocaine out, they can’t keep powdered anything out.

      “Serious risks to national security” doesn’t even begin to describe it.

        buck61 in reply to Archer. | July 13, 2023 at 5:32 pm

        it’s all an illusion to make you believe that the place is secure and under watch. Eventually the illusion becomes exposed.
        look at the illusion that was constructed around 1/6, the illusion that the people working in the supreme court are ethical regarding the protection of records. the illusion that the border is secure,, The illusion that the covid vaccine actually fit the traditional definition of a vaccine before it was changed multiple times.. The military is the strongest in the world when just yesterday James Nault reported that nearly 40% of our attack subs are docked for repairs and service. We are rapidly depleting our reserve of weapons, counting on S. Korea to produce shells.
        I could go on all day

      MarkS in reply to jb4. | July 13, 2023 at 6:27 pm

      they know exactly when and whose it is

This confirms that they know exactly who’s cocaine it is and it’s someone that they can’t accused for a one reason or another. I think we all know what that is

No one expected any other outcome. Tell me.. what lies beyond cynicism?

The Feds have bagged like a thousand people in a crowd of 100 thousand and can’t find a person in a hundred.
Nice work protecting the President ( yes they are protecting the President by saving his son from public humiliation and a court appearance

In addition to JG’s comment about blind spots, and how there are very few:

“This review included a backwards examination that spanned several days prior to the discovery of the substance and developed an index of several hundred individuals who may have accessed the area where the substance was found,” the Secret Service said. [bold emphasis added]

They had the resources to comb through tens of thousands of cell phone GPS records and social media profiles and pore over tens of thousands of hours of video footage to identify about a thousand protesters from January 6, 2021, and then travel across the country to find them, arrest them, and transport them back.

But checking several hundred individuals and reviewing a few days’ worth of video footage was just too much, even though:
a. most-if-not-all of the people are federal employees about whom they know everything (they’d have to for the security clearances); and
b. they probably know exactly where the cocaine was found (despite the inconsistent reporting) and which cameras cover that spot; and
c. administering a quick drug test to everyone on the list would probably tell pretty conclusively whose it was (and UA kits are cheap enough that even running several hundred would be a trivial expense).


Someone in the house should propose the following law: That whenever there is a breach of White House security, the perpetrator must be arrested within (we’ll be kind here) 30 days OR the head of the Secret Service (and any relevant agents found to have been derelict in their duties at the time) MUST be removed from federal service, with loss of all benefits, pensions, etc. AND all files, emails and other relevant details turned over to Congress for evaluation immediately. Failure to do so will cause the same result for the head of the secret service immediately.

Let’s see who dares to vote against this (or veto it).

But they will because if it passed and was signed into law, the head of the Secret Service would suddenly have an incentive to not allow the cover up.

Interesting plot twist, an individual so scattered brained they lost an expensive bag of illegal drugs in the White House is also completely untraceable.

Massinsanity | July 13, 2023 at 5:58 pm

I believe the FBI has profilers, right? I’ll start… someone with:

– wide ranging access to the WH

– a history of drug abuse

– wantonly bad judgment in almost all aspects of life

– a history of leaving incriminating items in places that are mind numbingly stupid

Seems that narrows it down quite a bit

The Secret Service thinks their job is to protect politicians and their families from their own crimes and discretions.

If they can’t find the rightful owner they should donate it to the needy… 🙂

When did Officer Barbrady move to the Secret Service? ‘Nothing to see, move along’.

TrickyRicky | July 13, 2023 at 7:38 pm

There seems to be a serial down-voter on this thread. I wonder who it could be?

Maybe they should ask the Chinese for help. They’ve probably got a useful hack into the WH security cameras.

The Marshal of the Supreme Court now has company in the Federal Incompetents Club.

So who gets to keep the bag and the nose candy? Where are the statistics, weight of the bag, purity, impurities? Any photos of the stash, on a desk, on a shelf, in a drawer?

Why did the matter ever get reported? Was it a Secret Service plot, a setup, Was Al-Gore within five miles?

Hell, it’s probably DOKTOR Jill’s personal stash, Hunter stumbled upon it, relapsed, and then went off on a binge, had to be removed from the facility and the dope was left on the table.

Fat_Freddys_Cat | July 14, 2023 at 7:56 am

Even if the cameras don’t cover that exact spot, there are no doubt cameras covering the corridor leading to that spot. That would, at least, narrow down the list of suspects from hundreds to a handful.

Hunter Biden is a Secret Service protectee, is he not? If it’s his cocaine, then he has contact with a dealer. If he has contact with a dealer, then his Secret Service detail knows all about it.

If it’s his, what could they possibly have to investigate? They would already know where he got it, how he got it, and when he got it. They would likely have known that he had it with him.

We have reason to believe it belongs to the bull from the last episode of The Blacklist… 🙂