A recent report has asserted that cocaine was discovered in the White House, and alleged to be associated with an individual within the “Biden family orbit”.
It is further claimed that the Secret Service identified the person responsible for introducing the drugs onto the premises and have informed President Joe Biden of their findings:
The Secret Service told President Joe Biden the name of the person who brought a packet of cocaine into the White House last month, according to three security sources with direct knowledge of the incident.
All three sources independently told Soldier of Fortune the same name, which arose from an investigation into the incident. The sources currently work for a U.S. government agency, and are not authorized to speak to the media.
Observers initially speculated that a drug found on July 2 may have belonged to Hunter Biden. However, Soldier of Fortune made no explicit statement in this regard, simply posing the question directly to the family.
Anthony Guglielmi, a spokesperson for the Secret Service, has refuted these claims according to the New York Post.
The publication’s publisher, Susan Katz Keating, stated that contact was attempted with Joe Biden and his immediate family, yet no response was received.
Reports of a drug-related incident within the White House have sparked shock and speculation. The Secret Service conducted an investigation yet was unable to identify a suspect, and ultimately resorted to destroying the drugs with explosives.
Adding another layer of intrigue is the allegation that President Biden was aware of who was responsible for this incident, according to publisher Susan Katz Keating who claims she has received information from three separate sources identifying the culprit.
However, no official comment has been made by the White House as of yet.