New Details, Pics of Biden WH’s Cocaine Released in Telling Report


(Luis CornelioHeadline USA) Newly released images by the Daily Mail have shed light on the disturbing discovery of a cocaine baggie within the Biden White House in July, providing a never-before-seen glimpse into the illegal substance that mired the Biden administration. 

The release of the photos came in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request by the Mail, prompting the Secret Service to unveil photographs and other redacted information of the baggie found tucked away inside a cubby hole designated for personal belongings of White House personnel and visitors.

This revelation triggered a thorough Secret Service investigation, led by FBI Deputy Director Paul Abbate, lasting 11 days without identifying a perpetrator. Swiftly, critics pointed fingers at President Joe Biden for the unprecedented security breach, with particular scrutiny on his embattled son, Hunter Biden, a self-acknowledged former crack cocaine addict

However, the Secret Service, in an eyebrow-raising move, claimed that the baggie lacked sufficient DNA samples for conclusive identification.

“Without physical evidence, the investigation will not be able to single out a person of interest from the hundreds of individuals who passed through the vestibule where the cocaine was discovered,” the Secret Service claimed in a statement on July 12. 

“At this time, the Secret Service’s investigation is closed due to a lack of physical evidence,” it added.

The investigation has since been officially closed. A list of 500 suspects was generated, but the Secret Service claimed that — despite the White House being one of the most secure buildings in the world — surveillance footage failed to capture the individual responsible for funneling the cocaine. 

The Secret Service did not immediately specify whether any of the identified suspects were interviewed for information. 

As reported by the Mail, the documents obtained describe the illicit substance as a one-inch by one-inch container of white powder, “found near where pass holders put their phones when going into the [redacted].” 

It was also revealed that the individual discovering the bag “was confident it was drug related,” prompting notifications to both Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.