Ex-Fox News star Dan Bongino is warning the American people not to trust claims coming from Democrat President Joe Biden’s White House about the cocaine discovery in the West Wing.
Bongino, a former U.S. Secret Service agent, says the claims coming from the White House are false.
“There’s absolutely ZERO chance anyone other than a family member brought that cocaine inside the White House complex,” Bongino said.
“No chance that would make it past the mag/security checkpoints.
“Family bypasses those…at a MAG/SECURITY checkpoint you’re forced to empty your pockets, and all of your bags are checked too.
“That’s how they keep potential bio-chem weapons out.
“After working in the White House for five years, I’m convinced the cocaine story the Biden team is telling is BULLSH*T.
“DO NOT TRUST the White House version of events about the cocaine.”
The area of the White House where Cocaine was found “wasn’t necessarily covered by cameras all that well”
Because of course…
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NBC is now reporting that now the White House is claiming the cocaine was “found one floor below the main West Wing offices and the same floor as the Situation Room and a dining area.
“The entrance is near where some vehicles, like the vice president’s limo or SUV park.”
This is an area an MSNBC reporter said: “wasn’t necessarily covered by cameras all that well.”
“We are doing everything possible to attempt to identify who may have brought this item into the White House,” Secret Service spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said.
“And that includes every resource, that includes every option available to us or to the federal government.”
Administration spokesman Andrew Bates was asked: “If the Secret Service is able to determine the individual responsible, will the Secret Service and will the White House commit to transparency in this, in making that information public?”
“I’m going to defer to the Secret Service professionals who are carrying this out,” Bates said.
“I’m just not going to engage on hypotheticals about it.”