PHOTOS OF WHITE HOUSE COCAINE REVEALED, ALONG WITH DETAILS OF INVESTIGATION 👀
· Nov 13, 2023 · NottheBee.com

First we get some of the Nashville manifesto and now we're getting pics of the White House cocaine. It's a bad month for that Narrative™ the government has spent billions trying to control!

THE ADULTS IN CHARGE, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.

More from the Daily Mail:

The Secret Service included images of the bag of white powder that was found in a cubby hole used to store personal belongings near the White House's West Executive entrance in response to a Freedom of Information Act request.

You'll recall that the drugs were found July 2 and mums been the word since.

Documents obtained by DailyMail.com also show the Deputy Director of the FBI was involved in the investigation, which clouded the Biden administration in scandal this summer.

The Secret Service closed the investgation in less than two weeks due to a 'lack of evidence.'

The list of suspects had been narrowed down to 500, but security footage wasn't able to determine the owner as cameras do not face the locker area.

We don't have cameras in a place that would be a great location for people to hide things like drugs... or something like a bomb??

We've spent billions of dollars finding people who shook fences and littered on J6 - new people are still being arrested daily:

But the Secret Service can't be bothered to grill 500 people over leaving HARD DRUGS IN THE WHITE HOUSE??

There also weren't usable fingerprints or other DNA evidence on the 'dime-sized' zipper-lock bag that contained less than a gram of the drug.

It had been sent to the FBI's lab at Quantico for this analysis, the documents show.

The Secret Service said the cocaine was sent for 'destruction' on July 14, a day after the probe wrapped up.

All wrapped up in a bow then. Good job, feds.

I know one person who's probably happy!


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