The Secret Service announced it is unable to identify the person who smuggled cocaine into the White House, which ignited anger from lawmakers and pundits.
Joe Biden once pledged to “restore” decency and honor to the White House, and like most things throughout his presidency, he’s done the exact opposite.
Despite two FBI crime lab techniques to attempt to lift a fingerprint, the Secret Service was not able to identify the cocaine smuggler.
A real mystery!
“Sources tell me no information resulting from forensic testing or video review has been able to identify a suspect,” NBC News’ Kelly O’Donnell tweeted. “A list of several hundred individuals was compiled who may have had access to the area.”
According to a CNN report, officials looked “through visitor logs and surveillance footage of hundreds of individuals” permitted to enter the West Wing but somehow were unable to identify a suspect.
A source familiar with the findings believes the “leading theory” is that a “visitor” who “transited the West Executive entrance was likely responsible. But there is no physical evidence to compare to the list of names.”
This “visitor” appears to exclude administration employees and Biden family members with permanent residence at the White House.
O’Donnell also reported mall amounts of marijuana were detected, but those carrying it were prohibited from entering the White House campus with it.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor-Greene believes the substance was brought in by a “pass holder” and vented frustration that the Secret Service did not drug test all 500 people who entered the White House.
Salvi reported to Rep. Lauren Boebert that the White House controls who has access to White House lockers that individuals use, adding that the substance was found in locker 50 and the key for the locker is missing.
There were a number of angry reactions on Twitter, with some questioning if the Secret Service interviewed Hunter Biden.