Friday, July 14, 2023

The White House That Tracked Down Grannies After Capitol Riot Wants You To Believe Cocaine Caper Has Them Stumped; WH Issues Odd Response to Layup Question on Whether Cocaine Could Belong to Bidens: 'I don’t have a response to that'; WH Won’t Call for Prosecution of Whoever Left Cocaine in West Wing

The White House That Tracked Down Grannies After Capitol Riot Wants You To Believe Cocaine Caper Has Them Stumped:
Biden’s Department of Justice is still working on charging Americans for January 6 but will not investigate the cocaine security breach.
The White House is apparently giving up on finding who is responsible for leaving an illicit drug in the executive mansion last weekend. At least, that’s what Politico reported based on the testimony of an unnamed law enforcement official.
“White House cocaine culprit unlikely to be found: Law enforcement official,” the headline reads.
A snarky subhead noted, “Lines may have been snorted and crossed,” but “it’s possible we won’t know by whom.”
Officials evacuated the White House on Sunday evening after a white powdery substance was reportedly discovered in a “work area” in the West Wing (the location later changed to “near the Situation Room”). Dispatches from the emergency crews at the scene quickly confirmed that the “unknown item” was a bag of cocaine.
“We have a yellow bar stating cocaine hydrochloride,” a D.C. firefighter said in a radio communication at 8:49 p.m. on Sunday.
The White House is supposedly equipped with state-of-the-art security that would make finding the druggie who lost his illegal loot incredibly easy.
White House staff and visitors are required to go through multiple security checkpoints before entering areas like the West Wing. Some of these screening areas are even equipped with dogs that are trained to alert to illegal substances and items. Where metal detectors and cameras may fail, swarms of Secret Service and White House visitor logs are designed to prevail.
Against a bag of cocaine, however, Politico’s inside man suggests all of these measures are moot.
“Even if there were surveillance cameras, unless you were waving it around, it may not have been caught,” the anonymous official told Politico. “It’s a bit of a thoroughfare. People walk by there all the time.” --->READ MORE HERE
WH issues odd response to layup question on whether cocaine could belong to Bidens: 'I don’t have a response to that':
The White House directly addressed accusations on Thursday that cocaine discovered at the White House belonged to the first family.
While en route to South Carolina, a reporter asked deputy press secretary Andrew Bates about former President Donald Trump's claim that the illicit drug belonged to President Joe Biden or first son Hunter Biden.
"Are you willing to say that that’s not the case, that they don’t belong to them?" the reporter asked.
A layup question, right? Wrong. For some odd reason, Bates did not outright deny the accusation but instead declined to answer the question — and publicly clear the Bidens — by citing the Hatch Act.
"I don’t have a response to that because we have to be careful about the Hatch Act," Bates said.
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The Hatch Act restricts civil-service employees from engaging in partisan conduct. It's not clear how denying that the cocaine belonged to President Biden or Hunter Biden would have constituted a violation of the law. After all, Bates' very job is to serve as a spokesman for the president and White House.
What is even more confusing is that after citing the Hatch Act, Bates launched into a partisan diatribe slamming Trump — under guise of attacking the "last administration."
Later in the gaggle, Bates declined to promise the White House would be transparent about the cocaine investigation because he does not want "to engage on hypotheticals about it." --->READ MORE HERE
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