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Secret Service Stumped—CocaineGate Mystery Just Too Tough to Solve

The mystery is just too large and difficult to solve. The Secret Service says we may never know who the mysterious figure is that brought cocaine into the White House two weeks aog. The trail has gone cold.

Former Secret Service investigators are decrying the whole thing as a cover-up, and we all know they’re probably right. There is even a competing report that’s come out which alleges that the Secret Service got a hit off of a fingerprint on the baggie—and that they’ve known who the suspect is for more than a week.

The Secret Service claimed in its closed-door testimony Thursday that they had concluded the investigation but came up empty. They told Congress there was a “lack of physical evidence.”

One new thing that was revealed behind closed doors is that this is not the first time the Secret Service has found cocaine lying around in the White House since Joe Biden has been in office. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) noted that this is the third time they’ve found cocaine.

 

Former investigators who talked to the New York Post were less than impressed with the official outcome of the probe.

“This is a cover-up,” said one ex-agent. “How can they say they have no leads? It is a restricted area, and they have a logbook, you don’t have to be Columbo to figure out who was there. Suppose it was anthrax. Would they have the same answer?”

Another former federal agent noted, “We have a tale of two countries. They identified hundreds of people who were in the Capitol building on Jan. 6 after an extensive investigation, but they don’t know who left something in an 8 x 10 room in the White House?”

The Secret Service testified that they narrowed the list of suspects down to 500 people. Rep. Greene asked them whether they had drug-tested any of the suspects to try to narrow the list down, but of course they didn’t. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) isn’t buying it. Every time something scandalous happens with the Biden White House, he notes that Congress can never get any answers about it.

Just 24 hours before the Secret Service announced that the investigation was over with no suspect identified, Soldier of Fortune magazine issued a report saying the Secret Service knows exactly whose dope it was.

A source with direct knowledge of the probe told Soldier of Fortune, “We know who handled it. We’ve known since last week.”

The official statement from the Secret Service reads, “On July 12, the Secret Service received the FBI’s laboratory results, which did not develop latent fingerprints and insufficient DNA was present for investigative comparisons.”

But the Soldier of Fortune report directly contradicts that. Two separate sources told the magazine that the second time that the baggie of cocaine was tested, it “brought back a hit on fingerprints.” Those sources have shared the identity with the magazine, but they are awaiting official confirmation before publishing it.

Naturally, the mainstream media attacked Soldier of Fortune for its “irresponsible” and “reckless” reporting (in which they didn’t reveal the name of the suspect). The magazine also finds the timing of the Secret Service announcement to be suspicious. They reported that a suspect was identified, and the very next day the Secret Service suddenly announced that the mystery was too tough to solve.

Former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino says the only way that a person could get cocaine into the White House and past the security checkpoints is if they are a member of the First Family. They’re the only ones that are allowed to bypass security.

Do you want to know the biggest joke in all of this? The Secret Service sent the baggie to the FBI for “independent” fingerprint analysis. Yeah. The FBI. Joe Biden’s personal secret police agency, which is the most corrupt federal agency in the entire government.

The Secret Service used to be a highly respected federal law enforcement agency. The fact that they are now covering up the identity of the cocaine smuggler is incredibly disheartening. As we’ve noted many times already throughout the CocaineGate saga, everyone knows whose cocaine it is. And once again, that person skates responsibility for a crime because of what his last name is.


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