In July, Hazmat crews were dispatched to the entrance gate near the West Wing of the White House in response to a suspicious white substance that tested positive for cocaine hydrochloride.
Jesse Watters revealed on his Fox News show that over 100 pages of documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request showed inconsistencies and cover-ups in the narrative surrounding the discovery and handling of cocaine at the White House, indicating that the Secret Service had been misleading the public about this investigation.
HAZMAT crews behind the gates on West Executive outside the entrance to the West Wing. pic.twitter.com/rqDRCjZVvi
— Andrew Leyden (@PenguinSix) July 3, 2023
Initially, it was reported that cocaine had been discovered in the library, situated on the ground floor of the White House.
Authorities altered the positioning of the cocaine reportedly discovered in the Biden White House. The cocaine had allegedly been concealed in a “cubby” located in a storage area in the West Wing rather than in the library.
The Biden Administration has released the first images of the 2 grams of cocaine found at the White House over the summer, in response to a FOIA request filed by The Daily Mail.
These developments raise questions regarding the accuracy and transparency of statements made by Secret Service officials.
Complicating matters further is a discrepancy in initial drug testing results for the substance, which initially indicated opioids and amphetamines before being identified as cocaine.
This raises doubts about both the testing process and subsequent handling of evidence.
Secret Service closed its investigation into this scandal without conducting any interviews or identifying any suspects, claiming that fingerprinting and DNA samples produced no leads – despite alleged presence of three tubes of DNA recovered from the bag containing cocaine on-site.
According to Secret Service spokesman Anthony Gugliemi, it was deemed too resource-intensive to interview all 500 potential culprits associated with this incident.
However, Jesse Watters reported that documents obtained through his FOIA request indicate that not only was DNA present on the baggie, but it was also processed and preserved in an evidence vault – contradicting previous assertions there was no physical evidence available.
While preservation efforts have been taken for this sample, there remains no certainty as to whether these efforts will be maintained or if they will be destroyed altogether – leaving us unable to identify who actually brought Cocaine to the White House with any degree of certainty.
“They have something we don’t know. And the Secret Service told Prime Time they may end up destroying the DNA evidence at some point down the road, you know, ‘protocol.’”
“Primetime ask the Secret Service, why didn’t you take DNA samples from your suspect list? They said they would have needed a court order. This tells me two things. The Secret Service didn’t want to crack the case, or the Secret Service knew the coke was found in the library and put it in a cubby and closed the case,” said Watters.
EXCLUSIVE: the Secret Service has responded to Primetime’s FOIA over the White House cocaine investigation. We now know they’ve been lying to you about everything.
After telling us they didn’t find any DNA and destroying the bag of coke, the documents tell us there’s three… pic.twitter.com/36b5jrAAD9
— Jesse Watters (@JesseBWatters) November 15, 2023
In an article published by Soldier of Fortune, award-winning writer and investigative journalist Susan Katz Keating revealed information from three sources who currently work for a U.S. government agency, but are not authorized to speak to the media.
All three sources provided Keating with the same name that emerged as a result of an investigation into the cocaine incident at the White House.
It is believed this suspect was reported to Joe Biden, though no physical evidence exists to confirm this.
One source told Keating, “If you want the name, ask Joe Biden. He knows who it is.”
A second source clarified that the individual in question was not Hunter Biden but someone within his family orbit instead.