Who’s Behind The White House Cocaine? This Video Could Reveal The Answer

Buckle up if you believed Joe Biden’s White House couldn’t become any more scandalous.

According to accounts, cocaine was discovered on the White House grounds. Particularly in the library.

The most obvious query on the internet is already out there: Where is Hunter Biden?

A now-viral video of the President’s son has many in the United States face-palming over the utter degeneracy of this government, even as media outlets and law enforcement keep trying to pretend that the cocaine wasn’t Hunter’s.

It is difficult to imagine how a casual visitor could have smuggled the narcotic onto the premises undetected given the level of security required to enter the White House.

On the other hand, Hunter has the insider access he needs to carry out such a naive, pointless act as this one.

Even only a few days before the discovery, he apparently was on the property.

The 52-year-old Hunter was last seen in the White House on his way to Camp David along with his father for the extended holiday weekend when it was discovered two days later.

The mainstream media’s story this week gave the impression that this bag of cocaine was maybe tossed across the White House gates or something. And those stories were created to lead the general public to believe that the entire incident was the result of extravagant July 4th weekend celebrations.

Nothing suggested the drug had been discovered inside the White House, much less the library, which is always under video surveillance, however, the internet still harbored (justifiable) fears.

After all, this tale seemed suspicious from the beginning.

At this point, it is far from a coincidence to see Hunter as the guilty party, especially given that he was there on the scene days before. Obviously.

It is now evident, as a result of information from WaPo and the DailyMail, that a bag full of coke was discovered two stories beneath the president’s apartment. Why, therefore, has the Secret Service not yet been able discover and alert the public?

But if the bag of cocaine really belonged to Hunter, there is little doubt that a tape of the incident may be located someplace.

The Secret Service might want to go through Hunter’s laptop once again.

Author: Steven Sinclaire


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