Secret Service ‘Destroyed’ Evidence in White House Cocaine ‘Investigation’

The U.S. taxpayer-funded Secret Service has reportedly “destroyed” evidence in the agency’s “investigation” into the bag of cocaine found in Democrat President Joe Biden’s White House.

A member of Congress revealed the Secret Service destroyed the cocaine and the bag it was found in, along with any fingerprints and DNA evidence.

According to Newsmax, Rep. Tim Burchett (R-TN) said it is now impossible to further examine the evidence after the federal security service destroyed it.

As Slay News reported earlier, Secret Service concluded the probe last week after just a few days and claimed that “no suspects” had been identified.

According to the elite law enforcement agency, someone was able to smuggle a white powder into the West Wing of Democrat President Joe Biden’s White House and get away with it.

However, only a handful of people at the most would ever be able to walk into the White House with cocaine.

There are cameras at the West Executive Entrance, multiple checkpoints and searches, and even a visitor log.

Nevertheless, the agency that is tasked with stopping assassins and terror threats apparently couldn’t crack the code.

Burchett noted that there are discrepancies in the Secret Service statements regarding the evidence.

“[Secret Service investigators] don’t even have the key from the locker [where the cocaine was found] and they said originally ‘we didn’t find enough DNA,’ now, and they went back and said, ‘we didn’t find any DNA,'” Burchett said during an interview on “The Chris Salcedo Show.”

Secret Service “apparently … destroyed the bag and any chance of getting any DNA,” the congressman added.

The agency has denied that the bag containing the cocaine yielded identifiable fingerprints and claimed security video does not show who left it there.

Burchett called it another cover-up.

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Meanwhile, the Western Journal had reported Tuesday that fingerprints actually were found on the bag of cocaine.

According to the report, the Secret Service did, in fact, identify the person responsible for leaving the drugs.

It was Soldier of Fortune magazine that said its sources “with direct knowledge of the investigation” confirmed the owner of the cocaine was identified.

The report did not include the name of that suspect.

Official reports from the Secret Service have denied someone was identified.

However, former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino says investigators do know who is responsible.

As Slay News reported, after speaking with his former colleagues, Bongino said Secret Service agents are “furious” with the White House over the scandal.

Bongino says he was told that Secret Service does “know” who the culprit is.

Bongino weighed in on the case during an interview with The Daily Signal’s Mary Margaret Olohan.


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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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