In July of this year, the United States Secret Service discovered a bag of cocaine inside the White House.
Most Americans automatically assume that the drugs belonged to the President’s son, Hunter.
But newly received documents show that the Secret Service may know exactly who it belonged to.
Secret Service claimed to have no idea where the cocaine came from
This summer, Hazmat teams responded to the White House after a mysterious white substance was found in a baggy.
Freelance journalist Andrew Leyden reported on July 2 that the Secret Service shut down all access to the Ellipse, Lafayette Park, and the surrounding streets.
US Secret Service have just shut down access to the Ellipse, Lafayette Park, 17th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue due to an unknown security incident. pic.twitter.com/bbrt6Ym609
— Andrew Leyden (@PenguinSix) July 2, 2023
Crews entered the West Wing of the White House to address the situation as a potential security breach.
Eventually, the DC Fire Department would announce that the white substance was not a chemical attack—but rather a bag of cocaine.
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
Secret Service later claimed that the substance in question was discovered in the White House library and that an investigation was underway to determine the origin of the drugs.
The agents who are charged with protecting the Pesident said that there was no way to determine who it belonged to.
But the story from the White House would quickly begin to change.
Cocaine was found in a “blind spot”
It didn’t take long for the Secret Service to revise their statement about where the cocaine was discovered.
Just days after the incident they released a new statement saying that the cocaine was discovered in a cubby in the West Wing—not the library as previously reported.
The cubby was in a “storage facility” that multiple staffers had access to, and because the area “wasn’t necessarily covered by cameras all that well,” they couldn’t determine who brought the drugs into the White House.
They called it a “blind spot for surveillance cameras.”
The Secret Service closed the investigation on July 13th without interviewing a single person in the White House.
They claimed that there was no DNA evidence found with the cocaine.
That means that they didn’t identify a single suspect in the investigation before closing it.
“Three tubes of DNA” were found by Secret Service
Now that story is beginning to change after a FOIA request filed by The Daily Mail.
Last Monday, the White House was forced to release evidence related to the July incident, and it shocked the country.
The Daily Mail released photos of the cocaine that was found in a phone locker in the White House after filing a FOIA to gain access to any evidence regarding the case.
The bag of cocaine was destroyed at the close of the investigation, prompting intense scrutiny from conservative pundits.
But now we’re learning that there was more evidence that hasn’t been destroyed yet.
Fox News anchor Jesse Watters told his viewers about it on Monday following the release of the evidence.
“There’s more evidence that they didn’t want to destroy: an envelope with three tubes of DNA.”
Watters explained that the Secret Service obtained the DNA from the bag of cocaine, and it was later “processed and has been moved to an evidence vault for preservation.”
“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,’” Watters said.
This is a huge revelation that is shining a light on the corrupt handling of the Biden administration by the nation’s most highly respected law enforcement agency.
24/7 Politics will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.