Right now, the White House Cocaine Culprit must be in the same Joe Biden witness protection program as the January 6 pipe bomber, because this is another mystery that
should be easy for the world’s top law enforcement agency to solve, that surprisingly (or not) remains unsolved.
Breitbart reported that a website that archives fire department and police dispatches captured the DC emergency response crews’ radio dispatches. “We have a yellow bar, stating cocaine hydrochloride,” one of the responders on the scene radioed, according to a dispatch at 8:49 Eastern.
Another dispatch said the substance was found in the “library.”
However, since then, as our friends at Breitbart put it "details surrounding the discovery of the cocaine have evolved."
At first, the Secret Service called it an “unknown item” found on the “White House complex” during a routine patrol.
The Washington Post then reported Monday it was a “white powder” that “indicated positive for cocaine.” The Secret Service said it was undergoing additional testing.
The New York Times reported Tuesday the substance was found in a “work area of the West Wing,” not in the library.
NBC News reported Wednesday that the additional testing confirmed the substance was cocaine, and that it was found in a “small, zippered bag in a highly trafficked part of the West Wing.”
Reuters reported Wednesday that the cocaine was found in a cubbyhole in a West Wing entry area where visitors place electronics before “going on tours.”
Officials have not revealed how much of it was discovered, only describing it as a small amount.
It is not yet clear how long the cocaine was in the White House. However, in an attempt to shift suspicion away from any member of the Biden family White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said there were West Wing tours on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Noting the Bidens were out of town over the weekend Ms. Jean-Pierre told reporters: “Where this was discovered is a heavily traveled area where many … West Wing visitors come through.”
Heavily travelled indeed – by a very short list of people who have to be cleared through the WAVES system*, sign-in and be escorted through the entire tour by a staff member.
And, on top of Ms. Jean-Pierre’s lame attempt to distance the Biden family cokeheads from the incident, law enforcement officials have weighed in to suggest this is another unsolvable mystery.
According to Daniel Lippman of POLITICO, an unnamed law enforcement official said that “it’s gonna be very difficult for us to do that because of where it was.”
“Even if there were surveillance cameras, unless you were waving it around, it may not have been caught” by the cameras, added the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity given that it’s an ongoing investigation. “It’s a bit of a thoroughfare. People walk by there all the time.”
So, let’s see if we have this straight: The coke “moved” from the library to a “highly trafficked area,” where visitors are actually monitored through video surveillance, but the surveillance isn’t good enough to narrow the search, and an agency that has every forensic tool available – advanced fingerprint collection and analysis, DNA collection and analysis, and access to private DNA databases – thinks it won’t be able to figure out who brought the coke into the White House.
As the Marco Polo Project documented through its forensic analysis of Hunter Biden’s laptop, practically the entire universe of adult Biden family members have been cocaine users, so the FBI and Secret Service could start their investigation by checking DNA found on the bag against a base sample they already have in their files: Joe Biden.
*The WAVES system would flag and likely prohibit any visitor with a cocaine conviction. However, presidential families are a special case. Despite their very heavy and indiscrete drug use, other than Hunter’s youthful drug charge that was expunged from the record, none of the Bidens have ever been arrested, let alone convicted of a drug offense, so any drug-using member of the Biden family would easily skate through the visitor screening system.
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