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White House Changes Cocaine Story Again, Sen. Cotton Demanding Answers

White House Changes Cocaine Story Again, Sen. Cotton Demanding Answers

“Who has access to the White House complex without passing through any security screening? Please provide a complete list of all such individuals.”

I finish my workout and shower only to find out that the White House changed the location of the cocaine again! Yes, now the White House claims officials found the cocaine “in a much more secure place…near the Situation Room.”

That makes it worse, Biden:

In updating the location of where the cocaine was found, officials said that area was also heavily trafficked.

The cocaine was found in an entrance area between the foyer and a lower-level lobby, the sources said. The entrance is near where some vehicles, like the vice president’s limo or SUV park. It is one floor below the main West Wing offices and the same floor as the Situation Room and a dining area.

Residence’s library. A heavily trafficked entrance. Now a secure, but still heavily trafficked area.

I want to know their definition of “heavily trafficked” because if it is that secure something tells me not many people would be around there.

The Situation Room is one of the most secure areas in the White House. Nothing makes sense.

***Previous reporting…

So part of my conspiracy theory is coming true. I wondered how the news of cocaine even ended up in the media unless it was done intentionally to help Biden’s undoing.

If you watched House of Cards, you know that just planting a seed is enough to either promote or undo a person.

Of course, the Secret Service and other officials brushing aside cocaine in the White House have sparked outrage within the GOP.

Officials had to know that ignoring the cocaine in the White House would mean an intense backlash from the GOP and the right.


1. Dispatch call states they found the cocaine in the residence’s library.
2. Location moved to an entry used by staff and guests.
3. No surveillance cameras.
4. Officials admit they likely won’t know who did it despite having the ability to target ordinary Americans in rural towns and whatnot.

Enter Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR). He sent a scathing email to Secret Service Director Kimberly A. Cheatle.

Cotton’s top concern? The lack of security at the White House. What entrance doesn’t have security and/or surveillance cameras? He wrote:

I write regarding the Secret Service’s recent discovery of white powder, reportedly confirmed to be cocaine, inside the White House. According to public reports, the Secret Service has not yet confirmed where in the West Wing the cocaine was found. I urge you to release that information quickly, as the American people deserve to know whether illicit drugs were found in an area where confidential information is exchanged.

If the White House complex is not secure, Congress needs to know the details, as well as your plan to correct any security flaws. Please answer the following questions as soon as practicable, but in any event no later than 5:00PM on Friday, July 14. Further, please contact my staff to arrange a briefing on this matter, as well as the provision of any answers that are classified or law enforcement sensitive.

Cotton presented six reasonable questions to Cheatle. The first one should have interesting answers:

  • 1. Who has access to the White House complex without passing through any security screening? Please provide a complete list of all such individuals.
  • 2. Who has access to the White House complex while subject to lesser security screening requirements than the most complete screening required of individuals accessing the West Wing? Please provide a complete list of all such individuals, along with a description of the lesser screening requirements and the reasons such individuals are not subject to complete screening.
  • 3. The Secret Service’s Annual Report for FY2022 notes that the Secret Service’s Personnel Screening K-9 program screens approximately 10 million “visitors to the exterior of The White House each year.” How many visitors to the interior of the White House are screened by the Secret Service’s K-9s each year? Please provide a description of the circumstances under which the Secret Service chooses not to use K-9 screening for West Wing visitors.
  • 4. In the past five years, how often has the Secret Service encountered illegal drugs at the White House complex? How often were these drugs detected during security screenings, and how often were these drugs encountered inside secure areas?
  • 5. Section 3056A of Title 18, U.S. Code, provides members of the United States Secret Service Uniformed Division with the authority to “make arrests without warrant for any offense against the United States committed in their presence, or for any felony cognizable under the laws of the United States if they have reasonable grounds to believe that the person to be arrested has committed or is committing such felony.” Illegally possessing cocaine is a crime under federal law. If the Secret Service discovers the identity of the individual who brought illicit cocaine into the White House complex, will they make an arrest under this provision?
  • 6. How often does the Secret Service audit its security procedures for the White House complex and adjust those procedures to correct potential flaws? Please provide details regarding the most recent complete audit, including whether it was conducted by the Secret Service or another entity.

You guys realize that this is the second time we’ve had to ask questions regarding security with the Bidens. The first came when officials found a bunch of classified documents at Biden’s vacation home in Delaware.

How much would you bet that Hunter Biden is an answer to the first question?

Our government has wrapped itself in the wasteful war on drugs since the 1980s.

If they don’t care about cocaine in the White House, then disband the DEA and legalize drugs. If anything, you’re proving the DEA and the war on drugs has been a waste of time and our tax money. (Like we needed proof, though.)

They’re damn lucky a kid didn’t get the cocaine. That crap is awful.


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I have heard from a reliable source that there is one person who visits the White House regularly who has taken hundreds of picures of himself using cocaine. If that person could be identified and perhaps drug tested and finger printed, that would be a start.

    JohnSmith100 in reply to Paula. | July 6, 2023 at 4:41 pm

    Fingerprint the bag.

    not_a_lawyer in reply to Paula. | July 7, 2023 at 3:49 am

    Hunter is under a plea agreement. He has waived his 4th Amendment protections against search and seizure. He can be compelled to provide a blood sample without a warrant.


Heels up brought it in to give to Hunter. Sets Newsome up for the next step. Newsome and Whitmer ticket in 2024.

    Mary Chastain in reply to MarkSmith. | July 6, 2023 at 3:14 pm

    I hate how this administration has made me a conspiracy theorist but man, oh man. I wouldn’t be shocked if someone did set this up to oust Biden.

    WTPuck in reply to MarkSmith. | July 6, 2023 at 3:36 pm

    God forbid!

    Those are the 2 most totalitarian governors out there right now. That would be terrifying. Complete Orwellian hacks that tout their lockdowns as saving lives and promoting freedom.

    Civil war would be on the horizon if Newsom became President. He’d jump at the chance to impose a national lockdown over climate change or some other nonsense.

All it takes is one patriotic secret service agent to arrest Hunter.

Just one.

“where, for example, the vice president’s vehicle is parked.”
Hmmmm, preparing to throw Kamala under the bus?

    bev in reply to GWB. | July 6, 2023 at 8:42 pm

    Oh, now that actually makes a lot of sense. The problem with getting Joe out of the way was always Harris. But if she were pushed aside first, he (and his puppet masters) picks the VP (and he will be clueless to realize) the soon-to-be President who will be confirmed by Democrat controlled Senate. Then they can get rid of Joe. Sort of what happened with Nixon and Agnew.

      WestRock in reply to bev. | July 7, 2023 at 5:40 am

      Oh my, I both like and fear this scenario more than the others. And the crazy part is there’s a possibility no one had to set the trap because the package may have been left by the ditzy patsy herself. It would explain her Miquelon style of speeches that speak of speeches that are speeches.

NavyMustang | July 6, 2023 at 3:31 pm

Secret Service K9 screens 10 million to the exterior of the WH annually? Really? That comes out to just about 27,397 people every day. I’m raising the Bravo Sierra flag on that one. Either Cotton’s staff read the report wrong or the SS is full of it.

    Paula in reply to NavyMustang. | July 6, 2023 at 5:11 pm

    How many people do they screen coming off Marine One? That’s how Hunter arrives at the White House—and if they check, they will probably find a stash of drugs in his big red back pack.

      Peabody in reply to Paula. | July 6, 2023 at 5:49 pm

      Narrowing down the supsects, it would have to be someone who could bypass security, someone who vistits the White House regularly, and someone who uses cocaine.

      I wonder who that could that be.

2smartforlibs | July 6, 2023 at 3:42 pm

There is a meme already out there claiming it belongs to George Washington.

nordic prince | July 6, 2023 at 3:42 pm

It’s all part of laying the groundwork for someone other than Biden to be the eventual Democrat nominee for 2024. Biden was always toxic, but the press is finally letting his nastiness drip out little by little for the sleeping normies.

“No, really, it was actually found in Trump’s garage. This time for sure!”

Falsum in uno…

My guess is a staff member and the more lies the higher up it will go.
Bet the surveillance cameras lost their feed by coincidence

It’s mine. Please return it.

I noticed the VP’s named “mentioned” in this article. Perhaps someone is gonna take her down to her knees (not like that you perverts).

Cotton can demand, shake his little first and stomp his little feet and he will get no answer or cooperation from the Secret Service or anyone else in the know, and there is nothing that he can do to force the issue

    ThePrimordialOrderedPair in reply to MarkS. | July 6, 2023 at 6:18 pm

    The House can start filing contempt citations and having the sergeant at arms start arresting people. That and defunding the positions of so many of these people …. but McCarthy just screwed us all over on that when he bent over for Traitor Joe and gave the left everything they wanted in the debt ceiling surrender.

Subotai Bahadur | July 6, 2023 at 6:08 pm

Expecting the American political Nomenklatura to obey any law, the Constitution, regulations, or procedures is a false hope. If they do it, it is legal.

Subotai Bahadur

BierceAmbrose | July 6, 2023 at 6:13 pm

That bag of cocaine didn’t kill itself.

ThePrimordialOrderedPair | July 6, 2023 at 6:16 pm

Nothing that comes out of the liars int he White House or DOJ or FBI or Secret Service can be trusted. The only reason we even heard about this coke is because some idiot screwed up and called for a White House evacuation when he thought it might have been anthrax or something – perhaps the only person in the White House who didn’t know that Hunter was in there doing blow every time he was around.

Once they evacuated the White House we heard the news and then they were cornered. But everything that they say after that is completely and totally untrustworthy – in fact, you can bet with good odds that everything they say is a lie.

The Biden clan are some of the lowest dirtbags evolution has ever puked out. That whole family is putrid scum. And the people working the executive branch (Barky’s gang) are some of the worst criminals and traitors this nation has ever had to deal with … they even be the last criminals this nation deals with.

ThePrimordialOrderedPair | July 6, 2023 at 6:21 pm

I like how some of the initial MSM coverage was calling it “cocaine hydrochloride” to try and fool people into thinking it wasn’t regular cocaine that scumbags snort. The old “Dihydrogen Monoxide” trick.

Constantly changing story is one of the hallmarks of a liar.

And the fact that they absolutely refuse to identify the culprit tells you everything you need to know about who did it.

RandomCrank | July 6, 2023 at 7:10 pm

Way back when, I was a reporter in D.C., and had White House credentials. There were two levels: those who had a White House beat had passes on a neck chain. Those who went there occasionally (like me) were on a list, and you’d get looked up at the gate. In both cases, you needed to be vouched for by a higher-up in your organization, and be fingerprinted and background checked by the Secret Service.

No one in the general public gets to where that coke was left. Even if they did, anyone who’s been on a general public WH tour knows how p0erfunctory they are. I used to tell friends and family not to bother. It took me a couple months of occasional visits to realize that the White House press operation was complete horseshit, so I quit going over there. I had work to do, and you could learn a lot more on Capitol Hill.

Remember Andrea Mitchell, of NBC fame, who later married Alan Greenspan, of Federal Reserve fame? Want to know how she became NBC’s hoo-hah WH correspondent (a grossly inflated title)? Well, they have those little rugby scrums on the lawn near the helicopter, right? She would always get right to the front. How? She was short and bony, and word was that she squeezed in there and elbowed the male reporters in the nuts, and finally they gave up and let her without the drama.

If you want a juicy tale, look up Jeff Gannon, of Talon News Service. During the Bush Jr. years, he would ask “questions” from a wingnut viewpoint. They were even dumber than the usual ones, but the fun is that he was also a gay prostitute who wore USMC camo and did ruff ‘n tuff things with his clientele.

Well, it turned out that he was an occasional overnight guest at the White House. When the story broke, I laughed hard (no pun intended) because I knew just how carefully access was granted. Kids, you do not stay overnight in the White House by chance or accident. No one ever committed any real journalism and sussed out his insider client, but I absoutely, positively guarantee — 100% certain — that he had at least one of ’em inside.

Oh, and at the time, Bill Maher had Gannon on one of his shows. So happens that a Senator Joe Biden was on the same program, and when Gannon, Maher, and Biden discussed the nighttime WH maneuvers, Gannon made a veiled threat to Biden, who recognized what he was doing and changed the subject.

Bottom line (God almighty, the puns write themselves), there’s no shortage of hijinks in that building and on Capitol Hill too. Sex of all kinds rears its sweaty head without regard to partisan affiliation, and then the politicians and the media make sure to cover it up. Same with drugs. No, we’re never going to learn that Hunter Biden left his coke near the Situation Room. If anyone wanted to know, they could figure it out in a matter of hours. They probably already have, but don’t hold your breath for the who, why, when, or how.

BierceAmbrose | July 6, 2023 at 7:10 pm

I’m certain they’ve got this. If anyone in law enforcement knows about handling hookers n blow, it’s the secret service.

    RandomCrank in reply to BierceAmbrose. | July 6, 2023 at 7:15 pm

    Unless things have changed in a major way, the Secret Service is the most overestimated police force of the many federal police agencies in Washington. They are so underpaid that they have to get other agents to share crappy apartments way out in the burbs. Most of them are in their 20s, or they were when I was a reporter there. Don’t ever imagine that they would come up with anything of value, even if they wanted to.

Gremlin1974 | July 6, 2023 at 7:14 pm

One wonders if they keep changing the location of the cocaine or if they are just covering up how much cocaine that “someone” (Yes, I mean Hunter) has stashed around the White House.

It’s going to be hilarious when Biden finally is out of the White House and the next admin keeps finding baggies of powder, lol.

    Peabody in reply to Gremlin1974. | July 6, 2023 at 7:25 pm

    Maybe 3 bags were found in 3 places.

      A Punk Named Yunk in reply to Peabody. | July 7, 2023 at 2:06 pm

      > Next, they will blame it on Kamala Harris.
      I doubt that; she’s more into pot-smoking/

      However, what would it take for another rogue secret service agent to plant a baggies in the oval office once (if) Trump is back in office. (Of course, provided Trump doesn’t suicide before the campaign gets really started.)

Next, they will blame it on Kamala Harris.

henrybowman | July 6, 2023 at 9:52 pm

Oh, if it had only been fentanyl.
The size of a Grape-Nuts box.
With an M-80 inside.

I have to credit the Biden administration for achieving something I thought impossible: Making the Clinton era look like the height of Victorian propriety in comparison.

I think the reason this is a big deal and must be covered up is that it might blow up Hunter’s plea deal (pun intended).

E Howard Hunt | July 7, 2023 at 12:53 am

It must have been that Supreme Court leaker who sneaked it in.

not_a_lawyer | July 7, 2023 at 3:57 am

Secret Service: “We are unlikely to ever determine who brought the cocaine into the White House”

Translation: “We know precisely who brought the cocaine into the White House, but we will never tell”


Anacleto Mitraglia | July 7, 2023 at 5:39 am

For obvious reasons, everybody here and everywhere suspects Hunter, and so do I. But have you considered he did it on purpose? Do you think it possible to “forget” a laptop with TBytes of damning evidence at a repair shop? Or a very private diary in a Hotel room, like his sister did?
It surely looks like his children hate Joe Brandon (and Doctor Jill).
Can’t imagine why, such an adorable old man.

They want us to believe that a more secure area of the White House has both “heavier traffic” and less surveillance? Wouldn’t “more secure” imply (at least) better-controlled traffic (even if there’s more of it than other areas of the building) and more surveillance?

They do believe we’re stupid.